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Bodybuilding and Fitness Newsletter 9/27/2017

30 Minute Bodybuilding Workouts

Have you bought into the idea that the more you train, the better? Do you feel that you haven't had a good workout unless you have put in more than an hour of hard work? This may shock you, but training at that rate can actually hinder your progress.

Vince Gironda pointed out that at about the 45-minute mark of a workout your testosterone levels drop off significantly. So all the work you do beyond this point is largely wasted. One Mr. Olympia always strived to get in the biggest pump in the shortest amount of time. The idea that you need to spend a lot of time working out is a mistake.

The key time zone for a great workout lies in the first 30 minutes of the training. That's where you get the most return for your training time. So is it possible to get big by just training for 30 minutes? Absolutely. In fact that is the best way to go about getting big.

To maximize your 30 minutes you want to focus the training on key compound movements such as the deadlift, squat, overhead press, bench press and curl. An occasional isolation movement as support for the compound movements is okay, but don't use too many isolation movements.

Set your 30-minute workout up to hit the muscle groups hard and quick. This typically translates into two or three muscle groups per session.

Use a larger-to-smaller muscle group progression where you hit the bigger area first and then finish up with the smaller muscle groups. You want all that initial push to go toward the larger muscle group.

It may take a couple of sessions to refine the training into a 30 minute zone, but you can trim or add exercises as necessary and within a workout or two you will have the 30 minute mark made. And stick with it. By using just 30 minutes you will be able to focus what you do much more intently.

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