What is the importance of using good workout charts?
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The great thing about our workout charts is that they take the guesswork out of which routines you should do on a given day. Our charts are composed by fitness experts.
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The exercises are assembled from their recommendations to work specific groups in tandem with one another. You’ve already learned that you have to give muscle groups approximately 48 hours of rest between workouts, and by using the charts available on this site you will have routines available for you on various days of the week.
Your muscles actually grow and become stronger on the days when you rest them. It’s true that you feel “pumped up” when you’re working out. Gerard Butler, who starred in “The 300,” stated that he worked out before shooting scenes to get that feeling of being at peak condition. But the real growth takes place on the days when your muscles rest, and even when you sleep.
That’s why it’s important to utilize charts that rotate your workouts. It’s best to follow them as closely as possible, but they are not written in stone.
Always listen to your body, first and foremost! If you feel too fatigued to do the number of sets suggested for a workout, skip them. If you feel pain or discomfort in a specific area, give it even more rest. Wait until the following week, and do the prescribed number of sets once you are back to feeling better and stronger.
Workout charts also create efficient use of your time while at the gym. You don’t have to stop and consider what sets and reps you should work on a given day. It’s already put together for you on the charts.
Having these routines at your fingertips means that you will exercise with greater levels of intensity because there will be less pause from one exercise to the next. And that’s not only better use of your time, that’s the road to greater results.
You’ll often see that multiple routines are grouped together as “super sets.” Our bodybuilding experts have suggested exercises that you should do, one after the other without stopping, in order to maximize results. Super sets generally include two routines but sometimes more. They keep the same muscles working to limits that will surprise you.
The reason super sets are so effective is that when you perform one exercise you feel as though you have worked to your limit, but when you immediately go into the second exercise, which moves the same muscle group in a slightly different way, you find you can go on and do more. For you this translates into power and mass.
We’ve got them sorted into routines that make sense for your physical development. You know you need to strengthen your shoulders and back if you want to move up your bench press. Our charts have you doing shoulder super sets on Mondays, your back is on Tuesdays, and then you work your chest on Thursdays.
The other benefit of our exercise groupings is that the super sets train opposite parts of your body. You’re going to do bench presses on the same day that you do push ups, for example. Your muscles are flexing and stretching in alternating areas of your physique, which gives an added kick to your workout.
Workout Charts - Conclusions
Following charts helps you to understand the relationships between muscle groups and become a master of technique. You’ll appreciate the fundamentals of both the positive and negative aspects of reps.
As you make progress, you will come to recognize your body’s responses. It’ll be easy to know when you need to lay off a plate, and you’ll know for sure when you can add one.
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