In this blog I'm going to share my experiences about bodybuilding and supplements.
Strength Training Program!
Everyone makes the decision to work out for a different reason, but the good news is there is a bodybuilding program for every one of them. So no matter if you are going for that six pack that could be used to wash cloths or looking for those huge bodybuilding arms, there is something out there for you. Before a decision is made on what program is best, it is good to have a general rundown of thebodybuilding programs and what they are designed for. Bodybuilding programs can be most easily broken down in what they are designed to do; once the decision has been made on what needs to be done, you have the option of picking a specific program on how to do it.
Strength Training Program:
In these programs the main focus will be overall power and stay in a repetition (rep) range of 1-6; staying in a weight of range of greater then 80% or your one-rep-maximum lift (1RM). This will help in overall size of your muscles by putting them under a great deal of stress; and the strength will be a great help if you decide to start working on hypertrophy and definition, allowing you to lift more weight for more reps. There are really not too many technical terms for this type of lifting, really just the overall idea of pushing more weight! You can find millions of “Olympic power lifting” workouts and “ways to increase your 1RM!” workouts everywhere, the most common lifting scheme of these type of workouts will be “pyramid sets.” These sets are designed to get your body ready to lift as much weight as possible by increasing weight while decreasing reps each set; e.g. (weight x reps) 225 x 5, 235 x 4, 245 x 3, 255 x 2, and 265 x 1. This bodybuilding program will not be of much help to cardio or fat-loss, but if your goal is to become stronger, this program is a must!