Internal 911

by Rosaria Wetzell (19.10.2020)

Email Reply

Not focusing on basic movements Internal 911 Review first: I see far to many trainees trying to do the typical pro-bodybuilder workout they read about in a magazine, with like five different exercises per muscle group. WAKE UP! These guys are (a) extremely genetically gifted, and (b) so chemically enhanced that they can build muscle if they blow their nose hard enough! The rest of us need of us need to focus on basic, compound movements like squats, rows and presses. While isolation movements such as pec flyes or leg extensions have a role to play in a mass building program, on their own they are not mass-builders. Not eating enough or often enough: I'm sorry, but your body can't build muscle out of thin air. Assuming your workouts are productive and you're giving your body a reason to grow, if you don't provide the raw materials it needs, how do you expect this to happen? You need to take in enough calories to meet your body's energy requirements AND have a surplus that can go towards recovery and growth. In other words, you need to eat a lot! Also, if you don't eat often enough, you slow down your metabolism, which means that any excess calories are much more likely to be stored as bodyfat than go towards muscle production. Performing excessively long workouts: There is a limited window of opportunity for a workout to be effective. The typical 1 ½ to 2 hour workouts I see are not conducive to muscle growth. That is because they reduce the body's anabolic hormones and compromise your ability to recover and grow from your workouts. More is not necessarily better. If you are training with the appropriate intensity, 45 minutes to an hour should be all you need, and will keep your body in a state where it is hormonally willing to produce muscle. Longer workouts are likely to be counter-productive. Disclaimer: This is one wife's story. You have noticed that your husband is getting up in the middle of the night, and when you get out of bed to find him, there he is in front of his computer screen. As soon as he sees you coming, he quickly hits the Escape button to switch to another site: a safe site. You ask what he's doing up so late, and he always has a good reason; but something in your gut tells you something is wrong. You have noticed that he's not desirous of sexual intimacy as he used to be. He says he's "tired" or "not as young as he used to be." You begin to feel rejected, distrustful, and depressed. You think you'll "spice up" your sex life, so you buy some sexy lingerie to entice him.

This website uses cookies

You consent to our cookies if you continue to use our website.

About Cookies