Beginners Guide Page 2
Can weight training be used in conjunction with a weight loss program? Yes, it most certainly can. In fact, weight training has been clinically proven to improve fat loss efforts. I highly recommend those of you who are interested in losing body fat to include weight training as a part of your overall program. Weight training will actually help “speed up” up your fat loss results. Please read the article to find out how weight training can improve fat loss efforts at:
What we want to do is get you started and familiarize you with weight training. This adds to the overall foundation of your weight training journey and improves those building blocks which will set the tone for your progress. Whether you want to lose weight, burn fat, or simply improve your overall health and appearance, this guide will help get you started.
Once you build the foundation, you can decide how much further you want to take weight training. Just remember that the further you take weight training, the further you take your body. This goes for all the results produced by weight training including strength, fat loss, muscle tone, and improved health and fitness.
We will also look at the importance of basic nutrition and how to incorporate proper eating habits for further success. Nutrition will be that one element that will ensure success and one that can’t be ignored or overlooked. By choosing the right foods, you will enhance the bottom line results of your weight training system. Proper nutrition is vital for your success.
We will also add elements such as rest and recuperation strategies plus take a look at certain supplements that you may want to include in your overall weight training program.
Let’s take a look at what Building Muscle 101's beginners guide will include:
• 6 week weight training program including diagrams, sets, and repetitions;
What can you expect from following this guide?
• Improved stability, strength and balance;
We are going to break this routine down, week by week. That is, Building Muscle 101 will provide specific instruction for each week for the duration of the program. The best thing about this guide is that it is all FREE. Building Muscle 101 will provide you, the reader with 20 plus years of direct weight training experience and provide you with an easy to understand program that will guide you every step of the way. No need to worry about what exercises to do, when to do them, or where to start, Building Muscle 101 will show you exactly what you need to do in order to get going. All you have to do is follow the program.
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Building Muscle 101 will also provide you with all the necessary weight training logs you need for each week of the program.
I highly recommend you print these logs off and stick them into a binder. You will want to take these logs with you and record the amount of repetitions, sets, and weight used. Why use weight training logs? First, it’s important to record each weight training session because it provides a level of measurability that is vital to your success. As I mentioned before, success at weight training comes down to one thing, IMPROVEMENT. A weight training log will provide those details that will tell you if you are improving or not. For additional information on weight training logs, please click here.
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