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How to Sculpt an Amazing, Ripped and Rock Hard Body

Weight training

Before referring to the program design details, you must first understand the basics of muscle tissue and how exercise can affect them.

Our body contains four billion muscle fibers that can be divided into Type 1 (slow sweating), and Type 2 (fast-paced). Slowly twisted fibers are resistance-oriented, where they are fast-oriented and have the greatest growth potential. We are all born with life-long ratios of type 1 and fibers of type 2 with different ratios in everyone.

Muscle growth is called hypertrophy. Muscles grow in response to certain stimuli, such as work done by muscles (lifting weights or other resistance), absorption of testosterone, and protein increases with overall calories, or a combination of several stimuli.

All muscle fibers are of the same structure. Each is a small group of small proteins called myofibrils. In each myofibril is a smaller protein filament called actin and myosin. Each myosin filament is surrounded by six actin filaments. Muscle contracts when a structure on a myosin filament called a cross bridge embraces actin filament retention and pull. This will shorten the muscles. Intensive training increases both myofibrils and the number of myosin and actin filaments in each myofibril. Long story short, heavy loads will make muscle fibers bigger. Lifting them properly and consistently over a long period of time, the muscles will grow enough to be noticeable.


Even with all the hard work, honest effort, and a very clean diet there is one thing you can never change no matter how hard you try. Genetics play a big part in your body building. Some people have great genetics and others have genetic weaknesses that will not change. There are three factors that are decided at birth.

First and foremost, your maximum amount of muscle fiber is determined by genetics. When you are born, you already have the maximum number of muscle fibers you will ever have in life. Muscle fibers can be made larger through exercise, and smaller through lack of exercise, but generally believe that they cannot improve their numbers. Although some scientists believe that the number could increase due to a process called hyperplasia, this is still a theory.

Also determined at birth is the number of slow erosion and fast wrinkles found in your muscles. It is generally believed that slow-twitch fibers cannot be fast-twitch and mute sentences. You are born with a tendency for endurance or strength depending on your muscle fibers.

The shape of your muscles is also genetic. While you can increase the size of your muscles, their shape is fixed and will not change, contrary to what people would want you to believe.

Some people are genetically blessed and fit for bodybuilding while others may be ideal for marathon running, power lifting or gymnastics. If you are one of the lucky ones and you are born with genetics that suit your sporting preferences, congratulations. If not, you will have to work harder, but you will get a lot of satisfaction from the challenge.


Supplements tend to be too much and too much. There are no magic ingredients or pills and supplements can most definitely not compensate for a lack of exercise or a poor diet. It is certainly possible to achieve your goals without the use of any supplements. High quality protein powder works great as an easy source of protein, but it is not a prerequisite for success.

A good multivitamin is a good idea. Fish oil taken in the form of pills or liquids is always worth its weight because of the huge health benefits of essential fats.

In addition to protein powder, multivitamins and fish oils, you can avoid unnecessary extra financial expenses.

Exercise selection

The best program design includes various compound exercises and isolation carried out in various orders throughout the training. Each exercise offers its own benefits and works on purpose. Proper form and good technique are essential for success, so choose the right exercises to fit your training and execute them with focus and attention.

Round day will consist of chest, shoulder and triceps exercises while the pull day involves back and arms. Feet is done on separate days.

The following list provides some of the best exercises to choose when planning your training.

Come back

The elevator is off

Power clean

Pull it high


Pull it up

Pull it down


Bar bar T


Curly BB

Curly DB

Concentrated curls

Curly cable


Press the bench flat

Incline the newspaper bench

Flies flat

Hand over the fly


Crossover cable


Plate extension

Inverted hyper extension

Pull through


Lift up your dead

Good morning

Back connection

Sugar ham increases

Foot curl



Press the feet

Foot connection


Step up


Sit down

Press stand

One DB arm is pressed

Margin increase


Rear back


Cover the bench grip


Overhead connection

Lying extension


Each exercise will consist of three to five sets depending on where it falls in the exercise along with how many athletes can tolerate it. Please note that the heating set is not included in the number. Each exercise should consist of 18 to 30 sets in total. This variety depends on the training of the muscles and the ability of the athlete to maintain their intensity.


Repeats in a set will range from five to 20 and will be switched from training to training and sometimes in the same training session. Lower evaluators are usually intended to build strength and higher reps are often used to maintain durability. However, in the context of bodybuilding, this rule is irrelevant. Each rep and each set is used to stimulate muscles and some different muscle fibers. Strength and perseverance are not considerations. It is a myth that higher representatives need to be used to reach definitions.


Intensity in training is a very important factor contributing to the success or failure of a well-designed program. Looking around the gym, you will see the majority of people lifting weights, talking too much, taking long breaks or maybe spending their time chatting with the opposite sex. If you do not put enough effort into your training, you can become one of them. Even the best designed programs will not get you the results you want if the right amount of intensity is not used.

Intensity is defined by as "energy, strength, focus, extremes such as activity, thought, or feeling."

Resting too long between sets is another common mistake that affects intensity. There are several ways to increase intensity in your workouts. You can do more work in the same amount of time. Maybe you get three additional sets in the same 60 minute exercise. You can do the same amount of work in less time. Take a 60-minute routine and get the same set of replications and replicates in 50 minutes. You can improve your workouts at both ends. Add more sets, reps and minutes, keeping in mind that intense workouts can't be done for too long. Intensity tends to decrease after an hour.

So how do you know when you're working hard? If you find yourself suffering from oxygen debt between sets in your training, you can be sure that you are working at the right intensity. Oxygen debt is a physiological condition caused by exercise in which the lungs are unable to supply all the oxygen the muscles need. You will breathe heavily and you will not be able to continue the conversation after each set. When training is underway, you may need to sit during the rest period. You will sweat very early in the training. Take a long break to catch your breath, but start your next set before full recovery. If your breathing and heart rate are back to normal, you've waited too long. The point is that nothing good comes without hard work. The more effort you put into it, the bigger the return.

So why is intensity so important? One of the best ways to help in the release and acceptance of hormones is through intense exercise. Studies have shown that exercise actually increases the amount of hormone circulating in our body and strengthens the receptor's site in the target cell. Testosterone is positively influenced by intense exercise. Increased testosterone benefits such as increased basal metabolic rate, lowering body fat and improving muscle strength, tone and strength. Testosterone tends to be maximized after 45 minutes of resistance training. The most significant increase in testosterone results from the training of larger muscle groups such as the legs, back and chest.

Along with testosterone, growth hormone also increases with the same type of high intensity exercise. Growth hormones help stimulate protein synthesis and strengthen bones, ligaments, tendons and cartilage. The increase in growth hormone helps in moving the body fat so it can burn for energy.

So you can see that your exercise needs to go beyond just getting the results you want. The rewards come to those who work for him.

Cardiovascular exercises

Cardiovascular exercises work for many purposes, and can be beneficial to your general health as well as keeping your weight under control. Regular cardio routines have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, protect some cancers and help control diabetes just to name a few.

Cardiovascular exercises can be defined as efforts that require a better flow of oxygen to supply energy. Oxygen spills from the lungs into your blood. Your heart returns to the muscle. There it is used to break down the carbohydrates, fats and proteins used to supply the energy needed by the muscles. Whether you burn carbohydrates for fat during cardio training is irrelevant, as opposed to talking a lot about fat burning zones. The harder you work, the more calories you use. The more calories you burn, the more fat you lose. While some people may believe that you need to work in a specific and moderate heart rate zone to burn fat, this largely analyzes the process quite simply. If your heart is pounding, your breathing is working to the point where you are not able to have normal conversations and you sweat, making sure you are working at the right level. I haven't seen anyone work too hard. It's been a long time, yes, but it's too hard, no. If you think you may not work hard enough, you might be right.

When starting a cardio training program and intensity guidelines can help. To get an idea, subtract your age from the number 220 and multiply it by 0.60. The number you see will be the lowest heart rate per minute during your workout. For example, let's say you're 30 years old. 220 -30 = 180. 180 x .6 = 108 BPM. If your heart rate is 108 or higher, you work at least 60% of your maximum heart rate.

Cardio interval training is a very efficient fat burning exercise. As the name implies, the effort shifts from intense intensity, to recovery, and back again in a few intervals. During exercise, your heart rate will rise and fall in both extremes.

Cardio schedule

Depending on the amount of body fat you need, cardio should be done three to six times a week anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes. Usually a week will consist of 50-50 split between interval and steady state although this is not set in stone and again depending on the individual. There are also current times and steady situations in the same exercise. For example, you might start with a 15 to 20 minute interval followed by a 20 minute walk.

The best time to do cardio is whenever you allow yourself to do it on your day off. The idea that cardio must be done first thing in the morning on an empty stomach to reap the full benefits is misleading. This myth has shown that you burn a higher percentage of fat when exercising in fasting at lower intensity, (60 to 70% of max heart rate). While it is true that a higher percentage of fat is used for fuel, the fact remains that the amount of calories burned is lower than when working at a higher intensity. In fact, in terms of fat, sleep actually burns the highest percentage of almost any activity, however, the amount of calories burned is very low. The point is that it's more important that your cardio is done than when it's done, either 6am or 5am. after work or maybe on your lunch break.

If your schedule allows, you can do weight training and cardio at separate times of the day, possibly between four and six hours. This allows you to focus more on the task at hand. Realistically, this may not be the option for ordinary people with full time jobs and family life. If you have to do everything at the same time, make sure you do some heavy training first. If you suffer from muscle fatigue with cardio, and then try to lift the load, your weight training will result from loss of coordination, lack of focus, and fatigue. Cardio stability conditions can be done separately from the weight or immediately following. When it comes to interval training, however, it may be necessary to take several hours off.

Cardio card type

The situation is stable

Cardio stability refers to a rate that can be maintained for a long time. It can be done in the gym on a treadmill, ellipse, bike, etc. or if the weather allows, it can be done outside on a track or park. Whatever you choose, variations must be part of it. With enduring cardio, your body adjusts itself and becomes efficient quickly. Mix it up by making small changes in speed, conditions and equipment or adding curves and obstacles, and giving your body a reason to keep working. 3% grade walking can be a bit different than walking stairs at a football stadium. One is not necessarily better, just different.

Interval training involves high intensity alternatives with active recovery periods. An example will run with a 100m effort followed by a 400m recovery path. The hose can be made on any machine with steady state externally and externally. You can also use jump rope, bag punches or weight training and a variety of other alternatives that require a lot of effort to adjust to the rest period. Your imagination is your only limit. In the machine, the distance used is easy to use while the outside exercises are usually more suitable for measuring distance.

Both steady state and interval should follow the same development. Start with enough warmth to get your body going. After increasing the intensity and completing your cardio meat, follow the cold, allowing your heart rate to gradually return to normal. Regardless of exercise, make sure you work at the highest intensity. Obviously, you will be able to work harder and faster at intervals than in steady state, but the situation needs to be done as quickly as possible for all the time required. Forms should not be compromised for extra intensity. For example, running in bad shape can lead to injury. It is best to work a little slower, if necessary, to maintain the proper shape. This is why in both steady and paused exercises, the intensity is flooded for a given amount of time and then restored. Fatigue leads to poor form, which in turn leads to injury.

Burn calories and burn calories

Most exercise prescriptions use heart rate as Gage's intensity in the form of beats per minute. I prefer to use the rate of energy felt or 'RPE'. This is a scale that runs from zero to 10 with zero representing no effort applied and 10 representing maximum effort. Your heating should be done at a three to four rating which will be considered low to moderate effort. A solid working division should be at five or six. Longer term, 100m sprint for example will be seven to eight while shorter, (50 m sprint) should be done at nine or 10. This is a guide that adapts to ongoing training. An attempt of 7 or eight on your first set of work will be faster than seven or eight on your last, but you will spend the same effort.

The better one?

There are people on both sides of the fence when it comes to cardio making it better to lose fat. Some will say intermittently, some will argue for stability. I find that as usual, the answer lies somewhere in the middle. Both methods have their advantages and disadvantages. In the distance training section, you have the benefit of EP OC or excessive use of oxygen. EP OC is an increase in the rate of reduced oxygen intake due to heavy activity. Supplemental oxygen is used in the process of restoring the body to control the condition and is in keeping with the exercise. This causes the metabolism to increase even after exercise. Some studies have shown an increase in calorie burn up to 38 hours. Although there is evidence that EP OC occurs after steady exercise as well, the effect is greater with high intensity intervals. The downside to using so much intensity is how demanding it is, as it can be difficult to do when following a calorie reduction program and high weight training.

Cardio stability conditions have a slight advantage over the body. The benefits of including these two methods allow you to take advantage of EP OC for a few days, but still burn extra calories on solid days without being yourself.

Whatever exercise you just have to keep in mind to put everything you have into it. Do not rely too much on calorie counters and heart rate monitors because they are often inaccurate and misleading.

The best way to Gage your workout is to feel good. Do you feel like you can go a little harder? So do it. Full effort will benefit greatly.


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