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     Fitness Tips For 6/25/2008

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Workout

Revamp Your Routine
By Scott Miller 

I'm not talking about all new exercises or routines, I'm talking 
about taking full advantage of the routine you use now.  

You see so many people at the gym talking, goofing off, just
there going through the motions.  If you're there to get 
Truly Huge (like I am), then there's not much room for that 
until you're done with your daily routine.

Many people don't even do warmups - it's quite surprising.  I
started doing warmups quite a while back, but just went through 
the motions.  Now, I make sure every rep of every set of warmups
is doing just that, warming me up for the heavy lifting to follow. 
On your working sets, concentrate on each rep and each set,
making sure you're doing your best to keep your form intact and 
doing the reps with purpose.  Benching today?  Feet flat on the 
floor, keeping your back on the bench, lower the bar slowly, no 
bounce off of your chest and concentrate on working your pecs to 
the fullest.  

Between sets - stretch.  I've just started doing that and it
does make a difference.  It helps keep the blood flowing and the 
muscles warm.  I've found I can actually push/pull or lift more.  

Don't forget about one other big thing for your routine - GOALS.  
I can't stress this enough, either.  If you don't have any goals, 
you won't ever get anywhere or shoot for anything.  Set goals,
right them down and keep track of your progress.  

My goals for 2007 at age 44 - 315# bench press, 450# squat 
again and 550# deadlift.  

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