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9 Weight Training Tips for a Better Workout



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When it comes to working out, you may find that you are stuck in a routine that is boring. Because of the boredom, you may not see the results you want. Don’t worry! There are ways to spice up your workout to get better results and to have some fun. Here are a few weight training tips for a better workout routine.


1 – Take the Right Amount of Break Time

You don’t want to take too long of a break or too less of a break. So, watch the clock and choose the right amount of break time. Although it depends on what your workout goals are, the right amount of break time is between one and five minutes.


2 – Don’t Use Machines All the Time

Although using workout machines can help your workout, skipping them and lifting weights instead can make for a better workout for you. The reason for this is because, without the help from machines, lifting weights instead can work your muscles better. Doing this can help you reach your goals better too.


3 – Use a Combination of Strength Training and Cardio

Although many people think of strength training and cardio as two different ways to train, they don’t have to be and can be combined. Not only can this help make your workout more effective but it can also make your workout routine more fun. You can jump rope or run for about 20 minutes to add cardio into your workout.


4 – Train One Side at a Time

Try training one side at a time to build your muscles better. You can do exercises such as single arm push-ups or pistol squats. By doing these exercises, you will work your muscles independently instead of all at the same time, which can make for a better workout routine, ‘


5 – Go From One Workout to the Next Without Breaking

Quickly going from one workout routine to the next without breaking is a great way to do a time-efficient workout for cardio. However, when doing this, make sure to do different exercises to work different muscles each time. By doing so, you will avoid getting burnt-out.


6 – Aim to Fail

Although you probably think that you don’t want to fail, research suggests that aiming to fail can help you more than it can hurt you. The reason for this is because it can make your muscles bigger since failing means your muscles are too tired to do another workout while keeping the proper form.


7 – Keep Track of Your Workouts

Use a workout diary or download a free app to help you keep track of your workouts. By doing this, it will make you want to do better each time you do your exercise.


8 – Find Someone to Workout With

Not only can having a friend or family member help keep each of you accountable when working out but it is more fun to have someone work out with you. Having more fun is what it is all about because this will help you want to workout more.


9 – Shout Out to the World

Tell everyone on social media about your workouts. Doing this isn’t bragging, it is helping you to keep accountable and motivating yourself more while also motivating others to do the same thing as you. Win-win for everyone!


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Avoid These 3 Mistakes if You Really Want to Build Muscle




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Even if it is often a taboo topic, a lot of people just don’t want to admit that deep inside them, they would like to have more muscles.

Having more muscle is not just an aesthetic thing: if you have a good back and good legs, you will be more apt to age peacefully, because body’s health is extremely important when you get old.

Here are 3 things to absolutely avoid if you want to have a strong and muscular body.


1 –  Not Eating Enough Protein

This is a huge mistake: proteins are the building blocks of muscle. It is like if you want to build a house, but you don’t have cement to do it, this makes absolutely no sense.

You should aim to get at least 1.5g per pounds of your body weight.

What are the best protein sources ?

You can eat meat (beef, chicken), fish and of course eggs.


2 – Skipping Meals During The Day

If you truly want to build muscle fast, one of the most important thing you can do is to eat every 3 hours.

Even if this concept has not been totally proven, the most muscular people in the world are doing that. So why changing this habit, if it is working very good for all of them ?

Just start to take the habit of eating every 3 or every 4 hours. If you don’t have time to have a meal, even a small one, you can just drink a protein shake, and it will be alright.

3 – Eating Junk Food

If you think eating junk food will give you a muscular body, you are clearly in the wrong path.

Excess carb intakes won’t help you to build muscle, but rather to pack on some fat.

Same thing with trans fats. Just stick to natural foods: green veggies, organic fruits, lean meats..
The simpler, the better.

That doesn’t mean you can’t have a cheat meal sometimes, but please don’t do it too often if you want to stay in good health and build muscle fast.


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How to Have Bigger Legs?

Here is a video that shows you the Leg Extension Exercise.

This leg workout is very good for you to have bigger and stronger legs.

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3 Big Secrets to Have Lower Abs



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It seems for almost everyone that one the hardest thing to show is your lower abs.

Most people will go through their entire lives without ever having seen their lower abs (except maybe when they were young)

This part of the abdominal area which is just below the belly button is often underestimated and underrated. There are also a lot of misconceptions about it, and I will help you right now.

They are 3 main factors that you need to combine to have this abs: Diet, Exercises and Mental Focus 1 – Get Lower Abs by Adjusting Your Diet

You have to adjust right now your diet if you really want that part to show off.


1 – First limit your carb uptake at its maximum.

One of the biggest misconceptions there is, and you will hear that all the time, is that the body or the brain need carbs.


It’s true that carbs will provide a quick energy supply, easy to use.

However, the health of the organs is maintained with Glucose. And glucose can be of course obtained from carbs, but also from fat and protein, that convert into glucose. This process is called gluconeogenesis.

The less carb you eat, the more your body will be able to use its fat for energy, which will result in a fat burning process.

Pay attention, when I talk you about carbs, I don’t take into account only simple sugars.

I’m talking also about complex carbohydrates such as rice or potatoes, all carbs except these from green veggies or veggies.

If you REALLY want carbs such as rice, pastas, potatoes, be sure to only eat these before or after training, or only in very small amount.

Don’t worry you are just making a transition right now; you will be able to reintroduce them later.

Also create a caloric deficit: eat less calories (around 500-700) than you burn per day and you will see very fast results.


2-  Train Your Lower Abs Effectively

You will hear sometimes that abs is all about diet. It is true to an extent.

Yes you will always see the abs of someone extremely lean, even if this person doesn’t do physical activities at all. But the abs won’t look good, trust me.

To get good aesthetics lower abs, you still need to do direct lower abs exercises.

Some abs exercises focus more on your upper abs and oblique’s while others isolate just the bottom part.

So even if the abs forms one unique group of muscles, the key is sending more blood to this area by really targeting it.


3- Learn to Focus More on Your Lower abs

Here are 5 small steps you can already do now:

– Stay focused on this goal

Visualize and feel what it would be like for you to really have nice lower abs. Do it very often

– Look more at people with a six-pack abs and imagine having the same or better ones

– If you work other muscles, do a lower abs workout first. You will have more energy and more focus to do it.

– Watch your evolution in front of a mirror each week and see if you have to adjust something.


So to finish remember, abs are made in the kitchen, there are no doubt about it. But you also have to do lower abs ewercises and to really focus on it if you really want to make them shine.

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