A Beginner’s Guide To Athletic Muscle Building

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Do you desire to gain some reasonable amount of lean muscle in practically less than one month? Yes, less than a month. Believe you me; it is possible. Ask me how?

Most individuals have often found it more than difficult to find just the perfect muscle building workout for athletes and others who just desire the right amount of muscle. Well, numerous athletes have different professional athlete workout routines, therefore, more probably what work for one athlete might may not completely work on another especially during strength training for athletes.

In most instances, the muscle building workout for an athletic body is often surrounded by lots of confusion on which particular exercise plan should a professional athlete to the novices in workout follow.

The three day a week routine is a full body workout routine. Every single day of exercise is usually followed by a day of rest. The last workout which is the third practice is then followed by two days which if well planned will fall on a weekend.

This routine is best for those who are just beginning to work out and desire to attain the strength of athletes. This athletic player workout plan involves full body exercises.

It is best suited for beginners because of the following whys and wherefores

  • It is a slow and incremental technique that adapts well to the body as you keep repeating the routine through the week.

  • The muscles of beginners are not yet adapted to severe strength levels as those of experienced athletes. Therefore, it is beneficial to trigger the muscles in such a way that will not cause so much harm that can bring complications during repair and recovery.

  • It is the natural way that as a beginner, the body gains more by actually practicing less. Amazing? Is it not? Well, take full benefit of this period of “beginner gains.”

A typical three-day routine will involve

In the first day, you can start with barbell squats then proceed to bench press, pull-ups, military presses, curls and Abs roller each four sets, eight reps.

Take a day of rest

On the third day, second of practice, proceed to deadlifts, bent over barbell row, incline dumbbell press, side lateral rise, standing dumbbell triceps extension then hammer curls each five sets, five reps.

The fourth day is a rest day

The fifth day, the third day of practice, continue with dumbbell lunges, dips, chin ups, double kettlebell push press, seated calf rise and plate twist each three sets, twelve reps except the plate twist which is plate only a set.

The sixth and seventh day are of rest then continue with the routine.

See you in a month.

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