Did you know that a huge number of people make simple, a costly gym mistake every time they workout (or maybe 2 or 3!) ? We want to share with you the 5 most obvious gym mistakes you might be making during your workout! More importantly, we want to tell you how to fix them. Here are the top 5 reasons why your workout is failing you, and what you can do to stop making these mistakes for good!
Skipping the dreaded leg day
TIP: The legs are a massive metabolic muscle group. Training them with compound movements like squats and deadlifts stimulate your metabolic rate and fat burning. No more “chicken legs” for guys, and no more “droopy booties” for women.
Not training to failure
TIP: The last one to two reps before failure is where the magic happens. Training to failure is critical if your goal is to add substantial amounts of lean muscle.
Not training with a “full range of motion”
TIP: You’ve seen it before – average person, 800lbs on the press, six inch push. Training your ego is a big mistake. Avoiding full range of motion results in strength development at the top end of the exercise. This can lead to injury from uneven strength developments in your tendons. Use a weight that you can move through a full range of motion without breaking form. You’ll get stronger, and it’s less likely you’ll get hurt.
Not Doing Cardio
TIP: Building a lean and muscular body needs more than heavy lifting. Cardio is an important part of your overall conditioning, even on a mass gaining program. Cardio keeps your body fat in check and your metabolism up!
For well-proportioned energy, perfect for endurance training (running, biking, Crossfit, soccer, etc.) :
For our customers who are always looking to lift heavier and to make extra reps and even more sets:
For those who have seen everything, tried everything:
*It should be noted, however, that people who are sensitive to stimulants should start by using half the recommended dose for any pre workouts. And we highly recommande to use half dose of Pre Intensity for the first time.
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