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Fitness Tips For 11/14/2012
Intensity or Insanity Training?
You will hear from all the top bodybuilders all over the world that
it comes down to intensity and that you need to train hard and
intense if you want to put on muscle. But there is no doubt about
it that this philosophy has been taken a bit far when it comes to
"squat till you puke" type of training.
One needs to always be aware of the limitations of the body. In fact
that is what good bodybuilding is all about as you are having a
conversation with your own body in exploring the extremes. But it
certainly can get insane when you watch some people train.
If you are aware that your body really does have limits then you
will be able to use your workouts to explore those limits and not
to go crazy about taking those limits to the extreme. If you end up
running to the toilet to puke after every giant set you complete
then you are training too hard.
The problem is that one needs to get to a balance where you can know
when you are going too far and when you need to push yourself harder.
There are some bodybuilders that go to the gym in order to punish
themselves and they will train hard and fast without stopping.
They do this because it has proven itself to work and there is no
doubt about it that intensity works as all bodybuilders will assure
you. But one still needs to achieve some sanity when training
intensely because that is the only way that you are going to
continue getting results.
But every person is different and there are some bodybuilders that
plot every workout with extreme precision. When Arnold and Franco
first came to train in California they used to add up the total
amount of weight that was lifted during their workouts.
The reason they did this was so that they could record how many tons
of weight they had lifted in total during the workout and that the
objective was to increase that total weight lifted. There are many
ways that you can plot and structure your workouts; the bottom line
is that you need a plan.
There are people who think that anyone who goes to a gym in order
to gain muscle is crazy so everything is relative. In order to make
sure that you are on a path that is getting you results you need to
have a way of measuring your improvements and recording them.
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Intensity or Insanity Training
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