Apr 10, 2015: Are you spending more time on your fitness or we can say on body. Many people perform harder but couldn’t achieve their goal. Here we have given some tips that will help you to build strength, gain muscle mass, lose fat, enhance your endurance and maintain healthy eating habits.
(!) Healthy Eating: Ask almost any personal trainer and they’ll tell you that regardless of your training goals, healthy eating is the backbone. Food is what fuels your body to reach your goals and without proper nutrition through quality foods, you’re likely to stall. As a result, if possible, eat organic foods and, above all else, maintain a balanced diet consisting of fruits, vegetables, complex carbohydrates, complete proteins, and fats including such things as fish oils and flaxseeds.
(!) Eat With Purpose: Whatever you consume it should be nutritional in other words we can say it should be healthy for our body. Today, through the magic of the Internet, Trink helps people around the world get healthy and he stresses that, “you want the most nutritional bang for your buck.” He adds “everything you eat should serve some sort of nutritional purpose in your body, fuel your workouts, and (be) geared towards optimizing your body.”
(!) Muscle-Building Basics: Take advice from any personal trainer and they’ll tell you there are certain muscle-building basics. The first step is to increase your caloric and complete protein intake. Then, when you enter the gym, focus on your form. Perform compound movements and train with weights on average around four times a week. Never underestimate the significance of rest. Remember, muscle tissue grows outside of the gym when you’re giving your body time to relax and recover following your workouts.
(!) Up & Down: Wondering how to get the most out of lifting weights? “use a weight that will have them failing on the set between the 30 and 40 second mark because research has shown that it’s the time under tension that causes muscle to grow if you are trying to build more muscle.” He cautions that if “you’re failing at 20 seconds, you know that weight was too heavy.”
(!) Heart Rate Monitor: If you already own a heart rate monitor, considering all the exercises you’ll be performing, this would be a good time to use it. If not, you may want to either go out and buy one, or learn how to do it yourself. Monitor your heart rate because it’s not just doing it and doing it for 60 minutes, it’s am I doing it hard enough for 60 minutes.
(!) Motivation: count down when performing reps and “look at your dominant hand while you’re pushing up”, automatically includes a positive reinforcement” because the dominant hand more easily and quickly moves the weight. Also if you’re using the post-workout sauna time as a motivating factor, stop because it “actually impairs performance and strength two days later.” Instead, Cardiello suggests taking cold showers or even “ice baths to help replenish muscles.” motivation is more important to achive fitness level.