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Most People Fail To Work 50% of Their Muscle Tissue!
Did you know that even bodybuilders neglect half the
muscle tissue in the body?
It doesn't take rocket science to build bigger muscles.
However, it does take a certain knowledge and application
of that knowledge in the gym and in your diet.
And the Truth is, the Sooner You Act, the Sooner Your
Muscles Start Growing!
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Fitness Tips For 8/20/2014
How to Train the Right Way
Training is a big part of bodybuilding success – or failure. Yes,
eating and sleeping help you recover from training, but what you
do in the gym is what determines how much muscle you put on the body,
so the training is the vital catalyst for muscle building.
It may amaze you, but successful training comes down to just two
elements. In fact these two elements determine the success or failure
of most endeavors – business, sports, etc. And they apply to fitness
as well. Put these two factors into play in your training and your
body will burst with muscle.
The first key factor for training success is execution. Execute and
you are halfway home. What is execution? Execution is knowing what to
do, and doing it. It's that simple. You have to know what to do
otherwise your effort is not effective. And then you have to do it.
Knowledge isn't useful until you practice it. So you need to know
what to do in the gym, and then you need to follow through and do it.
How do you know what to do? By digging into the top training manuals.
One way to know what to do is to become an expert at the various
training philosophies. You can do so by reading the books of Vince
Gironda, Mike Mentzer, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Get the DVD or book
on "Starting Strength" by Mark Rippetoe and watch the full series.
Pick up some training material by Books Kubrik and get the power
perspective. Dig in mentally so that you will know how to dig in
Get all the little nuances down so that you can execute flawlessly.
Good form is important. So too is the determination to push through
a full workout of excellently executed exercises. That's how you
force the body to grow.
The other key element for training success is passion. Passion is the
power, the pop, the excitement in execution. Passion is intensity.
Passion is the power to fully engage in whatever you are doing.
Passion makes a huge difference. Certainly you know people who are
passionate about various things and they bring an excitement and joy
to what they do. When you bring passion, you get an extra, intangible
push to whatever you do. And that holds true for bodybuilding.
The people who are passionate about their physique have a lot more to
work with than those who are flat. Passion is being "up", not down.
When people go to the gym, their emotions are either up, flat or
down. You want to be passionate about your training because that
passion elevates the training, lifting you to the next level of
development. Passion makes the training much more smooth than it
would be without it. Passion helps you put intensity into not only
the first set of the workout but also the final few sets.
Many people believe training success is difficult. Indeed, the
training is tough, but the bottom line for training success is very
simple - execution and passion. Execute with passion. When you have
passion and execution working together you generate incredible
synergies and your training is unbeatable. You get the maximum
possible potential out of your physique.
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How to Train the Right Way
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