Saturday, January 11, 2020

Quick Guide to Bodybuilding Workout Routines (Part 2) :

Quick Guide to Bodybuilding Workout Routines (Part 2)
Quick Guide to Bodybuilding Workout Routines (Part 2) :

Monday: Legs and Calves Tuesday: Rest Wednesday: Chest, Shoulders, and Arms Thursday: Rest Friday: Back and Abs

Just rinse and repeat. In this way, you won't overwork your body parts, but you will get one great workout for each bodypart a week.

Lots of Combinations

As you can see, there's lots of combinations of workouts you can choose from in a split workout routine, but in general I would recommend you start off a solid full body workout for about 3 months and then move onto a 2-day upper body, lower body split workout routine. After that, it's really up to you, you might want to do a 3-day or even 4-day split workout routine or simply stick with a 2-day split if you're still getting good results with it.

That brings me to my next point...

The Best Workout Routine.. Is the One That Gets Results!

It doesn't matter if your best friend got huge and muscular on this workout or Arnold won the Mr. Olympia bodybuilding contest with his advanced workout, the point is... whatever works for you! And by that, I mean get noticeable results such as...

* Increase in weight lifted
* Gaining muscle mass
* Improved muscle definition

And lots of other factors, but those three are probably the most common goals for most weight lifters. For all of those female fitness enthusiasts, let me say this: If you're like 99 out of 100 women who do not want to gain lots of muscle or get bigger, you will not get bigger from weightlifting! Women simply don't have the testosterone levels, and if you notice there's many men who consistently weightlift day-in and day-out for years only to get moderate muscle gains.

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