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6 Phases of the Perfect Workout

Another day at the gym, another round of "crazy things people do when they exercise".

Did I ever tell you about one when I saw a coach directing his client to stand on the Bosu ball, put on boxing gloves, and then do some kind of reverse blow / back punch while the coach was standing behind him holding a towel?

I did not speak ... until - at the same gym - I saw another coach instruct his client to put his back foot on the Boss ball and his front foot on the left dumbbell (!!!) and do split squats.

Seriously, the coach has his client's stand on stupidity. What's wrong with this guy? Regardless, I didn't see anything stupid this weekend, but I did see a guy do his arm, push his chest, and then clean up & hit the press with squats.

Probably one of the worst training orders I've ever seen. So today, we're going to discuss the Best Training Command for maximum results in minimum training time. Here's how.

The best exercises for training are:

Stage 1: Heating

Stage 2 (optional): Skill / Power Training

Stage 3: Straight or Superset Main Movement Defense Training

Level 4 (optional): Minor Superset or Circuit Movement

Stage 5: Torso Training

Stage 6: Interval training

Let's look at each level in more detail.

Rank 1 - Hot

This is not the time to jump on the treadmill. That doesn't prepare you for levels 2-5. Therefore, we skip that and focus on general bodybuilding exercises that cover all of your major muscle groups & joints.

Stage 2 - Skill / Power Training (Optional)

Skills training and exercises should be done at the beginning of exercise while your neuromuscular system is fresh, never tired. That's why you don't have to do power cleans at the end of a workout or replace it with squats. Unless you like the results of the injury and don't like it.

Skills training and training are also options for fat loss, but if you have the goal of athletic or maximum strength, this is the most effective training time.

Also, this type of exercise is not bad for losing fat, but it should only be done properly for all levels.

Even beginners can do power exercises, such as doing very low box jumps (4-6 inches) - that is, jumping from the floor to solid surfaces, such as high aerobic steps.

After all, this is a complicated topic and we can review it today.

Stage 3 - Main Movement Resistance Training (Straight Set or Superset)

If you are training for fat loss and getting most of the work done in the shortest time, you will stick to the superset as outlined in the Turbulence Training exercise. Simple but effective.

However, if you want to increase your strength in bench press, deadlift, squat, net power, chin-up, or 1-foot leg, you can also do a straight set before you get into your supersets.

With a straight set of strength approaches, you will rest again (2-3

minutes) between sets.

Alternatively, you can increase one of these strength exercises with small movements or non-competing stretches.

For example, if I focused on bench press strength, I could stretch my psoas area (hip area) between sets, or a rear dumbbell superset - something that uses time between sets but doesn't affect my strength performance.

Again, another long topic for another day ... and Meathead training in the future.

Stage 4 - Small Movements (Superset or Circuit)

I believe you will get more muscle building and strength boost as you choose supersets over the circuit. That said, if you just want to lose fat and maintain lean muscle, you can finish your training quickly by organizing your exercises in the metabolic resistance circuit.

Stage 5 - Torso Training

I prefer this term to `core training ', but we are basically discussing the same thing. Work on your abs, obliques, lower back muscles, and more, using stability exercises - as you do in ALL exercises. No crunches, no sit-ups. Sometimes old school is good, but not when it comes to training.Stage ab

6 - Interval Training

Instead of doing long, slow, tedious cardio, you will use interval training to burn belly fat. You only need to spend 15-20 minutes doing interval exercises, not 40 minutes or more cardio.

It wraps up the order of the perfect fat burning exercises. You'll save time and money with this plan, as you make more decisions and get the body you deserve.


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