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An effective and progressive training plan

Many people exercise, go to the gym for a long time, and don’t see much improvement. Many more people join the gym after making their New Year’s resolutions and try to get quick results, but many fail. Many people go to the gym often and feel that they are not getting results equal to the amount of work they do. Most of the time, New Years Resolutions people abandon their training plan and go back to their old ways. The other guy who goes to the gym often will continue to go and look the same for years to come or they will eventually stop exercising or meet someone with good advice that will change the way they view exercise. and they will begin to see the error in their old routines.

  • Why People Don’t See Results After Exercising For A Long Time

New Years Resolutions people just have unrealistic expectations, they think if they hit the gym for a couple of hours every other day they will look amazing and when that doesn’t happen or their new motivation is gone, they quit. No one said it was going to be easy and only those who are willing to work hard will get results.

On the other hand, there are those who work tirelessly for months and sometimes years and haven’t made much progress since they started. It is difficult to do something even when the return is not equivalent to the input. You’re basically running lost. If your training were a business, you would certainly be in trouble. The point is, if you do something long enough and you don’t get results, it’s pretty obvious that there is a glitch in the system. You need to re-evaluate your routine and try to figure out what could be wrong with your routine, for example, your training could be the right type of training, but the fault could be in your diet. The flaw could be that you are over training or doing too much cardio, those are just things to think about if you want to find out why you are not getting stronger, bigger, leaner, etc. (whatever your goal is).

  • How to make sure your training is effective and progressive

This has been said before, but it needs to be said again, you need to work the smart way which is what gives you results, that is what makes a workout effective. You need to set goals for yourself, that’s where progressive comes in. A workout is not smart and effective if it means that you are still lifting the same weight that you were lifting when you started lifting weights. The thing is, you have to set goals, like every two weeks I’m going to add 5 pounds to my bench press so that in as many weeks I will lift 220 pounds. So you know what you are looking for, therefore you will work towards it and as you get stronger and see how the lifts improve, that will also serve as motivation and you will reach your goal.

The entire exercise process should be goal-oriented, with steps to achieve them as in the example above, you could probably lift 220 pounds in a shorter period of time, but you will get more out of each weight if you don’t skip the steps. You have to think to yourself if you want to be the little guy who can lift a lot of weight or you want to gain as much lean muscle as you can with the weights you used to progressively reach your goal. If something does not work for you, change it, do not continue doing the same; try other combinations because they might do you more good than what you are currently doing.

And finally, give each part of the body enough time to recover and have a diet that is established according to your goals, whether it is a low-calorie diet to lose weight or a high-calorie diet to gain mass. To experiment and find what works for you, that’s smart progressive training.

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