Strength and Training Basics
Before we run we must walk. Let us walk together today. Many of you will have have a deep knowledge of training and its basics. Many of you won't. This next section covers the basics you need to understand to benefit from the advanced training techniques to follow. Everyone should have a firm handle on the basics before branching into advanced specialization.
Training involves many different factors: exercise selection, sequence, speed, sets, resistance and repetitions, range, progression, frequency, and the importance of a warm-up and cool-down. Every movement we make involves our muscular system. Muscles are unique in their ability to relax, contract, and produce force. With appropriate exercise muscles become larger and stronger, and without appropriate exercise muscles become smaller and weaker. This chapter presents information about the benefits of sensible strength training and the recommended procedures for safe, effective, and efficient muscle development.
BODYBUILDING SECRET - INCREASING INTENSITY IS THE BASIC PRINCIPLE FOR IMPROVEMENT
Strength training is the process of exercising with progressively heavier resistance for the purpose of strengthening the musculoskeletal system. You must do something to increase the intensity to force your body to adapt ( by growing bigger and stronger ). Lifting heavier weights is only one way to increase intensity. Decreasing rest between sets, adding exercises, performing more repetitions, switching routines, training longer and many other training techniques can raise your intensity considerably, thus increasing your size strength and endurance.
SO FOR ALL YOU PEOPLE DOING THE SAME ROUTINE WEEK AFTER WEEK AND WONDERING WHY YOU LOOK THE SAME, YOUR ROUTINE MUST BE IN A DYNAMIC STATE OF CHANGE TO WORK AND PRODUCE RESULTS.