1️⃣ Set a goal and make it measurable. For instance if you want to gain or lose weight, set your goal at X kg's/lbs in X time. Your goal can also be to improve conditioning, you can set a goals to run X km's/miles in X time at the end of the month. That way, you won't skip a workout because it messes with the goal you set. Evaluate every week.
Hope everyone is doing well,
7 day split
It used to be a no no, but I see more and more people jumping on the 7 day split band wagon. A couple years back when I started doing a 'no-rest' program, people told me it was unhealthy, that it causes injuries and had no benefits. I'm still convinced that a 7 day split gets you the best results,
there are couple of things you should keep in mind though:
Gaining is harder than shredding, losing fat is as simple sticking to a caloric-deficit-diet with proper macro's, upping your activity level a little and doing it for a certain periode of time. You'll see results in no time in contrast to gaining muscle mass, which takes time and immense effort.