Six bodybuilding tips that will change your life

Imagine starting your bodybuilding program knowing that you are about to begin the most effective and efficient training program possible. Being on a weight lifting workout routine that gets you in and out of the gym as quickly as possible with maximum benefits is what everyone should aim for.

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After over twenty years of celebrity fitness training in Beverly Hills, California, I would like to share with you my six most effective bodybuilding tips. If you follow these tips, you'll know you've accomplished the most in the least amount of time.

Here are the six best bodybuilding tips I've discovered in my years of experience as a celebrity fitness trainer. Note: Consult your doctor before taking part in any exercise program. Each individual has their own medical history and overall goals.

1. Use multi-joint exercises

You should incorporate strength training exercises that work more than one muscle group at a time. Two or more joints are in motion throughout a
particular bodybuilding exercise. Performing such an exercise uses a greater amount of muscle fibers, which stimulates growth and allows you to burn more calories. Examples of multi-joint exercises include the bench press, leg press, leg squat, pulldown, and shoulder press. These are all very effective exercises that allow for better muscle development.

2. Focus on form before weight

When lifting weights, it's important to focus on form. Let the particular muscle do the work, not the swing or other muscles you aren't targeting. Your goal is to fatigue a particular muscle to its absolute maximum. It's not important to impress anyone else in the gym with the weights you lift. Focus on working the muscles!

3. Repetitions should be slow and controlled

Eliminating the external force, momentum, is the key. Again, let the targeted muscle do the work, and nothing else. Focus on that particular muscle. You should focus on moving the weight using a cadence of two seconds of positive movement, and four seconds of return (negative). Remember, this is about lifting weights, not throwing them.

4. Proper rest between workouts is essential

Make sure your strength training sessions are intense enough to stimulate muscle tissue growth and that you get enough rest between sessions to allow this growth to occur. The average rest time between workouts is 2 to 10 days, depending on intensity level. You shouldn't feel tired and sore before your next workout, but eager to conquer the weights.

5. Don't do too many sets

Too many sets will put you in an overtraining zone. All you need is a complete set until momentary muscle failure to stimulate optimal muscle growth. Any other series is counterproductive. However, light warm-up sets are acceptable and necessary.

6. Track your progress

If you don't track your workouts, you won't know where you are and where you need to go. Be a mad scientist and track your workouts. The information you gather will tell you more about yourself than a bodybuilding magazine.

If you want the most effective and efficient strength training workout, follow these six simple tips for maximum muscle development.
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