A lot of people workout but hardly anyone eats the right food that your body needs after a workout. They figure they just worked out and that is all they can do but really that is just the first step to a complete workout. Eating the correct foods after a workout is vital for muscle growth and strength.
There are many different cycles you could use but to keep things simple let’s go with a steady cycle that lasts 8-16 workouts. With this cycle you use the same exercise variation until you’re ready to peak in 8-16 workouts. For example, lets say you find out that you can do 6 reps with a one-arm-push-up. You start a training cycle with the one-arm-push-up and after 5 workouts the exercise feels a lot easier and you feel like you could do 8 or more reps. You still carry on doing only 3-5reps and keep doing the same exercise.
You should leave one day between Great workout plan s to allow your body to recover from the previous workout. This will mean you are working the same muscles about every 5-7 days. Your abs will be indirectly worked out with the big compound lifts.
Protein Bar: There’s a reason that so many athletes keep protein bars on hand as a quick fix to refuel after an intense training session. When shopping for the best protein bar, keep an eye on its sugar content. Ideally, you should eat a protein bar with up to 30 g of protein and less than 10 g of sugar, while keeping preservatives as low as possible.
First, however, this free weight lifting workout plan is intended for those who presently have very little or no experience with weight lifting, weight training, or other forms of progressive resistance training. So if you do already have experience, you won’t find anything new here. These are just the basics to get folks started.
This exercise workout plan would help train your lower and upper abs. Lie on your back with your legs straight and your hands extended and palms facing the ceiling. Simultaneously lift your legs and torso Try to reach your feet when you lift your legs and torso. Return to your starting position and repeat. Do three sets of 10-20 reps.
The first exercise I want to talk about is an exercise called “Ski Shoots”. This is a full body workout that exercises your upper body including your shoulders (lats), chest, arms (biceps/triceps), lower back, upper back, abdominal structure/s and your legs. To begin this workout stand with your feet shoulder width apart and put your hands on your hips. Squat down and touch the floor, then throw your feet out to the left. Now bring your feet back up into starting position then sprawl back into push-up position. Immediately bring your feet back up to starting position and throw them out to the right. Now bring your legs back up and stand up into starting position. Do 5 to 7 sets with 10 to 15 repetitions in each set. This exercise is extreme and gives you an overall workout.
Cardio is important from an overall fitness point-of-view. It will help to make you more energetic for your weight workouts. Jogging and sprinting are great to strip off fat, but a walker or exercise bike used intensely for 20 minutes will have a similar effect.