On Saturday we do 'all body' type exercises and on Sunday we work on a specific muscle group.
So this Saturday was:
5 minute warm-up on the cross trainer Stretches 2 minute plank Deadlifts - a superset/heavy weight, aiming to do 6-8 reps at 70kg (I've been building up to this, didn't just start so heavy!) Jack knife on the Swiss ball Press ups - 6 with hands narrow, on my knees, 6 with hands wide, on my toes (repeated 3 times) Finishing with some core - superman, heel touches, leg cycle, crunches and Russian twists
Today we worked on legs:
5 minute warm-up on the cross trainer Stretches Squats Deadlifts Walking lunges Squats with Bulgarian bag/step-ups with Bulgarian bag, repeated 3 times Squat jumps - 20 jumps x 3 An exercise I don't know the name of - lying on a bench, on your shoulders, and then dipping down so your bum almost touches the ground, then pushing right back up, and clenching glutes/tightening your core
But we mix it up all the time - sometimes I do a bit more cardio - kettle bells, slam ball, the bike, sprints outside. We use the TRX cables as well, and also weights.
The key, from my perspective, is that he keeps it interesting for me, as this keeps me motivated. If I turn up every time and we do the same thing, it gets dull very quickly.
But also, most important, you should discuss your motivation for going in the first place, and what you want to achieve.
Is it weight loss? Or general fitness? Flexibility, etc?