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    Discussion in 'Training' started by admin, Apr 22, 2023.

    1. admin

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      Dec 2012
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      I will be adding a lot more content in the weeks and months ahead, answering questions from many of our members. One of the more common questions is "How do you create a body building routine".

      Some ideas for you.

      Define your goals: Determine what you want to achieve with your bodybuilding routine, such as building muscle mass, increasing strength, or improving overall fitness.

      Assess your current fitness level: Evaluate your current fitness level and determine your strengths and weaknesses. This will help you develop a routine that is tailored to your needs.

      Choose exercises: Select exercises that target the muscle groups you want to develop. Include both compound exercises (which work multiple muscle groups) and isolation exercises (which target specific muscles).

      Determine sets and reps: Decide on the number of sets and repetitions for each exercise. Generally, bodybuilders perform 3-4 sets of 8-12 reps per exercise.

      Choose weights: Select weights that challenge you but still allow you to maintain proper form and technique.

      Create a schedule: Determine how often you will work out, and schedule your routine accordingly. Most bodybuilders train each muscle group once per week.

      Incorporate rest and recovery: Allow for adequate rest and recovery time between workouts. This allows your muscles to recover and grow.

      Track your progress: Keep track of your progress, including your weight, measurements, and strength gains. This will help you assess your routine and make adjustments as needed.

      Remember that a bodybuilding routine should be tailored to your individual needs and goals. It is always best to consult with a qualified fitness professional or coach to develop a routine that is safe and effective for you.

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