This article, rather than the previous ones, is not a part of the "How To Design Your Own Workout Routine" Series. It is intended to be a glossary in regards to basic Fitness Terminology, with brief explanations of the most common terms used when discussing training. Because of the sheer amount of terms this will … Continue reading Basic Fitness Glossary – Part 1 – What Is Fitness
"This article is the third part of a series trying to help beginners to resistance training to design their first own workout routines the most effective way. It builds upon the principles stated in "How To Design Your Own Workout Routine - Part 1" and "Your First Workout Routine - A Beginners Workout". It is advised that if you're interested in picking up resistance training and want to achieve serious results, you'll have a read through the previous articles first before moving on to this one."
"This article builds upon the basic training principles explained in "How To Design Your Own Workout Routine - Part 1 " and goes more into depth regarding the Beginners Workout Routine at the end of the article."
"In this article I would like to discuss the basics of what is required from a trainee considered a beginner to resistance training in order to build a significant amount of muscle and strength."
Gyms get rammed with them every year in January: New Years Resolutioners. While many more experienced lifters find them rather annoying I have slightly different opinion. Check it out.
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"By following these rules after the first couple of months of my training I did not only manage to get back in shape but also surpass where I was at before and overall become fitter, stronger, faster and better looking without stressing myself too much about what or when I'm eating."