🎥 Outdoor Workout [PART 1] 👉🏼 I get many messages asking if I only do weight training or other type of workout…
First, yes, I love lifting weights because i love the sensation of the burn in my muscles, the congestion process, the soreness and know i can workout a bit “A LA CARTE” like you would choose your menu at the restaurant - i think its fun too. -
Why do i prefer the gym? well, because also being at the gym is where im the most focus, and in my bubble some sort!!! I also do circuit during my gym training, outdoor, on the beach, in park…. All depends of my mood and a lot of others things. Surely it is not really my cup of tea because of many injuries i had in the past or physiologic discomforts i have, that limit me to do a lot of jump like plyo. I still do when i can but i found i can too go around that and have a great body. I'm still learning movements im not familiar with and I encourage you to do the same if you don't know either. In order to progress... make sure you master the technique, your posture, everything first before executing it. I'm telling you this by experience (I used to few crazy stuff years ago... but I didn't know what I was doing... result of it: injuries). 👉🏼 ❓Can you build muscle without weights❓
Bodyweight training is awesome for building endurance, strength, burning fat and improving flexibility.
A lot of people associate bodyweight training with high reps and believe there’s no way they could get seriously strong with bodyweight training alone. And yes quiet right: simply adding more reps won’t create a significant enough overload to continually develop your muscles. Body weight exercises, are often neglect when you are introduced to the gym machines, so work on that. You can mix both like i do in this video. -
To build muscle without weights and make bodyweight training an effective method, you have to progressively overload the muscles in the same way you would in the gym. You would need to continually challenge your muscles by doing bodyweight exercises increasing difficulties – just as you would do in the gym. Your muscles need reason to grow and adapt. -
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