If you follow these tips mentioned by Testogen experts, you will have accomplished the maximum in a very short time frame. There are only six tips, but I do believe that they are the best tips and they have been proven to work when applied to your workout.
I must ask that before you undergo any type of training that you consult your doc, especially if you have any kind of ailments, we don’t want you hurting yourself any further.
- Use multi-Joint Exercise
With this one, it might be a good idea to incorporate weight lifting exercise, you need one that will work more than just one of the muscle groups at a time, you need to have two or more joints moving at one time as you are doing a strengthening training workout, when you perform an excersise like this you are utilizing a greater amount of your muscle fibers, which will stimulate growth, and you are also burning more calories. The workouts I’m talking about are chest press, leg press, pull-downs, leg squats, and shoulder press.
These are all great and very effective exercise which will help you with your muscle development and muscle toning.
This is where I ask you to focus on your form before you start going mad with weights, it’s very important to focus on your form, you have particular muscles that can help you lift the weight you want, let them do the work, nothing else, especially the muscles you don’t’ want to work on.
Your aim is to get the muscles your aiming for so fatigued, that you can’t lift another weight, don’t’ try to be Billy big banana and show off to others who may be watching you, you’re not there for them, you there for you, it will be very sore and very embarrassing if you hurt yourself while showing off.
Reps should be slow and controlled, eliminating the external force, some people call this momentum, and momentum is the key to your success, you have particular muscles that can do this, target them, zone in on that muscle(s).
I believe using a timing of two seconds positive motion and a four-second back, (negative) motion will help you as you are concentrating your lifts, which will help build that muscle you want. As my uncle likes to say, slowly slowly catch the monkey, kinda fitting as you are using slower motions to get what you want.
As I say time and time again, rest is a big part of training. Please make sure you get enough. Also when your training, try to make your workouts high enough in intensity so you actually stimulate the tissue growth, the rest in between will help your body recover quicker so when you go to train again, you won’t be in as much pain as you would if you had no rest or too little rest. I have been advised in my own training that when ripping you should have at least 2 -10 days’ rest, but that depends on you and your muscles and also how intensely you trained.
This is where the growth will start while resting. They do say you shouldn’t feel sore when your next train, but I know bodybuilders who like to train when still a little sore, but my advice is not to.
- Too many sets don’t do it.
Too many sets will and will put you in what we call an over-trained zone, all you really need is that one set that does it all, and you need to get that muscle to feel like it wants to stop working feeling for the muscle to be able to stimulate the growth in which you are after.
Anything over this is a waste of your time and energy, but you do need to do light warm-up sets, this is a must.
- Tracking your progress
Ensure you measure your progress, how will you know where you’re at, and more important where you need to be, some bodybuilders take this task very seriously and become like a mad doctor watching and waiting to see their experience develop (I know I was, obsessed would be a good word to describe me and my training)