Start Your Workout!

Starting a workout program requires a lot of foresight and knowledge. There are many different ways to get in shape but if you are looking to create an aesthetically pleasing ripped physique then there’s a specific way that you must train. It’s true that there are many ways to skin the cat of fitness but if you are looking for the most beautiful male or female body then there is a very specific prescribed way of training that you should follow. Periodization is the key which means that you must train a certain way leading up to a certain point with a goal in mind.

The best way to do this is to attack your fitness goals in two ways. The first thing you need to consider is the development of lean muscle. Depending on what sort of body type you have this require a different sort of training and also a caloric component. If you are a type of body type that is skinny very naturally and has a hard time putting on muscle then you need to really dial in your food and eat constantly. If you are overweight then you need to restrict your calories while still getting enough protein to build the muscle underneath while trimming the fat above. If you are not fat and not skinny but your body type that puts on muscle very easily then you need to watch out that you do not overeat and put on fat as well as muscle. Nutrition is the most vital component to get in the body you want. The most other vital component is the way that you train. Training should be broken up into muscle groups .

There are many ways to break up the muscle groups but the way that is works best for me is this sort of split. On Monday you train only shoulders. Shoulders are the muscles that your body hangs on at the intersection of your arms and torso. A wide shoulder and developed deltoid muscle create v optical illusion of narrowing your waist and making you look broader . On Tuesday to give your shoulders of break train your lower body and your legs. Some people like you training their legs in two separate sections where they train quads on Monday and glutes and hamstrings on the other. This is not necessary for me but legs is the longest and hardest day of the week and should be attacked with a lot of energy and focus. Training your legs also releases a lot of free testosterone into your system which helps the rest of your body develop faster. On Wednesday now that your shoulder joints are healed it is best to attack chest and triceps. Your triceps are oftentimes the accessories too you’re pushing and chest exercises so it is good to train them both at the same time .

Finally on your fourth day you train your back and your biceps. Again the biceps are helper muscles for your back and therefore it is good to train them all when they are being used to their maximum. This of course does not include the cardio component. This is where you need to attack your metabolic systems in different ways and also be aware of the sort of body that you are coming in with. If you are very lean already and trying to build muscle mass then no cardio is probably necessary because it will get into your muscle gains. However if you have a thicker frame or have fat on top you’re trying to lose then doing cardio is essential for stripping away the fatty layer above your muscles so that they can be shown and are not hiding.

This is the basic way to get in shape. The most important thing is that you are consistent. If you go out of training regimen that’s too hard for you and you get burned out and then stop for a week or two off your diet then it is really hard to make progress. But what is very important is that you keep putting in work day in and day out, week in and week out. This is the only way that you will make a serious change in your body. Supplements are also important. It is important that you are getting enough protein and to do this protein powders are very good at supplements in the regular food intake. Especially after working out. Other supplements such as creatine and branched chain amino acids are also very helpful in developing lean muscle mass. However if you cannot afford these then it is just fine too only use food. The key is consistency.

 

 

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