I’m not going to mince words or pull any punches: If you’re not making steady bodybuilding gains, it’s because your ‘bodybuilding workout routine’ sucks – plain and simple. It’s because you haven’t customized a successful schedule of effective bodybuilding workouts and combined it with an adequate recuperation schedule for gaining muscle.
You’re not alone. I’ve seen thousands of gym-goers who are frustrated with their lack of bodybuilding progress. Yet like the proverbial creature of habit that epitomizes the definition of slight insanity, they keep doing the same thing over and over while seemingly expectant of a different result. This is not a good habit to develop if you want success in life – whether in natural bodybuilding or any other area.
Bodybuilding helps reduce the cholesterol level in the body. Cholesterol in layman’s terms is the “bad” fat that is harmful to your body. Excess cholesterol in the body is one of the leading causes of heart attacks. This means that if you are working out, you are gradually reducing your cholesterol levels and by so doing, you have a lower chance of getting a heart attack.
Working out makes your body more flexible and the affects of this will be felt in all that you do. You will be bale to run your normal errands, do your chores with more ease than you could before. In order to increase your flexibility and even your endurance, make sure that you warm up and do adequate stretches before doing the main workout. This not only ensures that your joints are well lubricated but also that your muscles are well stretched and elongated. His will prevent injuries such as strains to your muscles.
It is also recommended for one to use a safe lifting speed and avoid using the momentum. You have to carry out the exercises in a controlled way so as to prevent the muscles from a lot of stress which may lead to sheering. It is best to use a tempo of two seconds when it comes to lifting weights and 3 seconds when it comes to lowering the weights. You must be aware of the surrounding and ensure that there is nobody standing on your way of execution. You should also ensure that the floor that you are standing on is not slippery and that the shoe soles are not wet.
Lack of a “Feedback Mechanism” in ‘Bodybuilding Workouts’
One of the biggest reasons that arbitrary bodybuilding workout routines are ineffective is that they don’t provide a constant feedback mechanism for making successful adjustments to both workout intensity and recuperation timing. These are the two most important pieces of feedback information you’ll need in order to keep your body making muscle gains. When you’re just “winging it” in the gym and then applying a rigid number of rest days between workouts, it’s difficult to determine whether you’re making progress and where you need to make small adjustments in order to move steadily forward.
I strongly recommend bodybuilding workout routines that employ what I call “micro-feedback.” This is feedback to which you can make adjustments on a level that will keep your body moving forward at maximum efficiency because you won’t be constantly making mistakes that cause overtraining, under-training, and “recuperation mismatches.”
So whatever routine you choose, make sure it doesn’t have you: – Working out too often – Arbitrarily choosing exercises, sets, and repetitions – Training without a built-in Feedback Mechanism
It’s these things that cause too many bodybuilding routines to exercise one’s tolerance to frustration rather than the body’s ever-expanding musculature
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