Here are some tips for you from a fitness perspective to start using the best 4 upper body workout pieces of info out there.
Mind you, these upper body workout tips are time tested, used by professionals to look their best the fastest so that you get to read this and cut out wasting any time or error and concentrate on getting yourself the results.
Usually, when I train in the gym, I like to spread out my workouts over 4 or 5 days out of the week simply because this way(if the right split and rest is used) will burn the most fat which I found leaves you the leanest.
However, not everyone has the time or schedule to train all out 5 days a week, and I completely understand. This is why you may want to still use an effective split such as Monday(upper body), Wednesday(lower body) and Friday(full body with different exercises, or something like yoga or playing a sport).
If done this way, you still allow each muscle group to be challenged and can get your body looking fit and lean still. Especially if you take into consideration these 7 upper body tips to help ya out.
Upper Body Workout Tips, The Best!
Don’t fall into the wrong routine-Everyone uses routines to consistently make progress, it’s human nature. However, make sure to use routine for the right reasons and to get to the gym to workout, but don’t fall into routine on your workouts.
Avoid doing the same exercises in the same order at the same weight and reps all you can. Avoid it at all costs. Always remember that it doesn’t take much for your body to adjust to the difficulty and become bored with results. But at the same token, changing it even slightly each time will supercharge results because your body is being challenged and doesn’t know what to expect.
Even changing the weight by 5 lbs on each exercise or just trying a new exercise for each body part each time will change everything. You don’t need to change everything to change everything so to spead. Change something small each time, and that will change everything each time. Ya dig?
Drink enough water during your upper body workout-Most people just do not drink enough water. I know, water,water, water. If it wasn’t so important, I wouldn’t mention it. But it is so important for results because it is something to do with almost every function your body does. Same goes with efficiency of your metabolism or fat burning.
Look at drinking 1 gallon a day. Drink as much during your workout as you can muster. If you could just take a pill that guarantees each workout you do will get you to your goal 20% faster safely, would you take it? Of course. That is what water will do if consistently drank at 1 gallon per day.
3. Don’t be afraid to challenge your upper body to get lean, male or female.
Just because you don’t have a spotter or are afraid to push the bar a bit, just hop onto a machine that makes sure you’re safe and go out of your comfort zone a bit. If you usually use a weight that you can honestly get for 10 reps, add in a couple sets where you can only get 4 or 5 reps. You won’t bulk up doing this, it will make your muscles respond better and give you better results
4. Weaknesses First
Try to remember to start off your upper body workout with any weaknesses you may have, or what they call “bringing up a bodypart”. The reason for this is so that one, you change your workout like in number 1 mentioned above by switching out of your routine, and two, you get to use your fresh strength and endurance first for these exercises which allows you to give your all into it.
Remembering to put your weakness first in your upper body workout will make it easier for you to build a complete and even attractive look.
Use these upper body workout tips into your own life starting today and give yourself an edge on how long it takes to reach a goal, and how great the end results is for that goal.
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