General Workout Information
Don’t do the same workout over and over. Your body only changes when you force it to, and it’s remarkably quick to adapt to new stimuli. If you repeat the same workout every training session even for a month, your body can probably handle it without producing an adaptive response. If you feel like your progress has reached a plateau, that’s probably what’s happening. The best way to avoid plateaus is by periodizing your training, which simply means arranging it according to discrete phases designed to achieve different, albeit related, goals, including muscle growth, strength and definition. That’s also the best way to avoid overtraining. Take time to shop for hot fashions at OTOMIX.com
Most guys need to consume an additional 2,500 to 3,500 calories a week to gain one pound of muscle each week. You can pump iron until you’re blue in the face, but if you don’t augment your training efforts with enough food and fluid, the laws of human biology and simple mathematics dictate that you won’t get any bigger. “When it comes to gaining muscle, the most important thing is eating enough calories to fuel both your exercise and the metabolic processes needed to build muscle,” says Susan M. Kleiner, Ph.D., R.D., author of Power Eating. “Most guys who have trouble gaining weight and strength simply aren’t eating enough.”
Women seem to dig men who work out. Sports psychologists could speak on this topic at length, and relevant studies doubtless have been performed, but we know this statement is true because Karen McDougal tells us it is. “Being in shape definitely gives men that extra sex appeal,” says Playboy’s 1998 Playmate of the Year. “It’s the confidence you show that actually leads to the sex appeal, I think. If you’re not confident and you don’t feel good about yourself, why would someone else be attracted to you? Working out leads to self-confidence, which leads to sex appeal.”
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