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Body Building, Fitness, Motivation — March 14, 2011 at 9:40 am

Custom made Workout

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Everybody in the gym is familiar with the normal workout program and routine. If you pay good attention to people exercising there, you’ll see that not everybody goes in that same direction, but they all use the basics. Motivation’s favorite meal is challenge, especially “homemade challenge”. What I mean to say is that if you modify that normal workout routine with extra workout spices, then Motivation will work even more. Here are few tips on how to make the normal workout routine a custom one for you.

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Make your way through maximum repetitions. Do maximum repetitions in the last set with the dumbbells or barbells exercises; It is not advisable to jump in to it right away, but to work your way through. Make sure you are warmed up from the previous 2 sets of the exercise and then concentrate on that maximum limit.

Keep a discipline when progressing. Don’t push your muscles to hard and to quick. Increase the sets and repetitions after a while; let’s say a week or two. Keep in the vicinity of the set’s repetitions.

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Keep a steady pause-gap between sets. It depends on the energy that you have, sometimes you’ll require 30 seconds more than usual. But don’t worry about it. You can use that at time to motivate few workout auras in your body.
If a workout exercises has maximum 8 repetitions in the final set, you can grab a smaller weight and make 2 extra repetitions. This is good for and extra muscles pump that will make a difference a bit later on.

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