How to Weight Lift for Weight Loss

There are three methods that can be used to lose weight when weight lifting. Two of them involve how you split up your major muscle groups, and the third involves incorporating cardio into your weight training routine. All of them are effective for weight loss. The one you use depends on your experience and training … Read more

Training Variables

Any training program must continually progress over time in order to continue achieving results. Equally, a single workout must account for specific training variables which, when added together, account for the progression of the overall training program. The design of a single workout routine will absolutely affect the overall result of the workout program as … Read more

Training Cycles

Over time the body will adapt to continuously repeated training stressors placed on it and the training will become less effective. It some cases the body’s performance may actually decline. This is known as general adaptation syndrome. By mixing up the training frequently, a lifter is able to continually progress toward a goal, or to … Read more

Set Training Methodology

A set consists of a series of repetitions. For example, a lifter may refer to performing “three sets of 10” repetitions for a particular exercise. This means they will perform 10 repetitions of the exercise and then stop, which counts as one set. After resting for a prescribed period or performing another exercise, the lifter … Read more