n the world of bodybuilding workouts your options are many. Some gurus want you to work out for three to five sets PER MUSCLE GROUP while other gurus tell you that one five second static contraction will do the trick. Regardless, of which guru you follow, your bodybuilding workouts should follow this simple criteria. Read on…
1. They should match your goals. Some men and women have the goal to simply be in shape. That’s all they want and their bodybuilding workouts reflect that. Other men and women have the goal to be absolutely ripped. And, if that is the case they need to be ready to put in the hours. Being “ripped” is a whole new level of workout and it requires you to lift the maximum weight possible – period. You simply cannot grow huge muscles without lifting huge weights. It just doesn’t work any other way.
On a side note, if you do desire to build extreme muscles with your bodybuilding workouts you must also prepare to take ample supplements to support the tear and healing of the muscle over time. The everyday foods you eat will not support that growth so consult a physician and get some supplements in your body to help you out!
2. They should match your free time. In other words, if you are a single man or woman then you probably can work out 5 – 10 hours per week and still have time left over. However, if you are a man or woman that is married with kids then your bodybuilding workouts need to be different. They must be efficient AND Ostarine effective. You have little time to waste so get in the gym, get to work and don’t pause to talk to anyone.
By the way, if you don’t design a bodybuilding workout around your free time you will quit your routine before your reach your goals. “Life” will simply get in the way and one missed bodybuilding workout session will roll into two, then into a week and finally into forever. You will look up one day and say “if only” which is a horrible feeling in your life. Trust me!
3. Be realistic. Let’s face it, not all of us have the genetic gifts to be the next bodybuilding champion. Therefore, we must design our bodybuilding workouts and the goals they help us to achieve around that knowledge. I’m not saying that you can’t achieve any goal you put your mind too. However I am saying that we need not be disappointed when we don’t become the next “Arnold”.
There you have it, a few short and simple rules that will help you design bodybuilding workouts that you can build on and continue doing for the rest of your life