Anyone can give suggestions on what I'm missing out or why I'm feeling this way about my work out?
So I used to do a lot of KB, deadlifts and squats in my previous gym.
I move to this new gym and of course my programs completely different. From a work out that's a 5 - 3 - 1 deadlift increasing weight or a usual 4 sets 10 reps KB work out that last for 30 - 45 minutes 3 times a week.
I'm now doing something like a 12 rep 3 set exercise, 3 times a week. I start off with 20 minutes on the bike and end with abs work out before stretching. I feel like I'm doing more arms day than legs day. The other day I did a little bit of leg work out just on a squat rack and leg press and hack squat machine and leg curls.
I'm currently in the gym for about an hour not including the 20 minute bike start. This is my new training program with a new trainer. I pretty much do a lot of stuff. I just can't remember them all. My arms felt more sore than my legs. Legs don't feel like they're shredded or anything.
It just feels weird. I'm a fan of leg days and deadlifts and I feel like this program is feeling a bit off. I'm not sure if it's because I'm really digging my old work out routine or I'm not understanding the goal of this work out. Anyone has an idea what the goal of this work out is?
Most of the time I'm just lifting light weights with high reps. I work out with little to no rest period, just when I finish my set.
I was being made to do light KB with 40 swings of 2 sets. Is that normal? That wasn't anything I've ever experienced doing KB back at my old gym with my RKC certified instructor.
I just don't want to feel like my trainer is just pushing me to do more workouts just because he thinks I'm strong just to tire me out. I don't want to get injured either pushing myself to doing the last set when I'm already out of energy.
Don't mean to rant. Just having a work out confusion at the moment. Anyone can give me their opinions or thoughts about how I'm feeling right now?