What kind of training program is the most effective and best?
Is it a colorful and full-time lesson schedule? Is it finely split to the little thumb, is the sole muscle of the soleplate called comprehensive? Many people spend too much time arranging their own training programs on trivial matters, doing too many single-joint moves and wasting time on small muscles! For example, training an upper body, various clip chests, birds, before the flat move, curls, arm flexion and extension together for more than an hour? Another example is taking half an hour to train your forearm flexors. . . Simplify your training program and intelligently manage your training fund! One of the biggest mistakes in training is to focus on single-joint isolated training for a certain muscle, rather than those “big” composite-motion training. After the deltoid muscles are weak, spend a lot of time doing leaning birds? But I do not know because of rowing and pull-ups too much garbage! Look at those successful bodybuilders, power project players, and explosive athletes. You will find that their training is based on a variety of basic compound training. The strongest power lifters pay great attention to the training of game moves. Their training schedules are always centered on squats, deadlifts, bench presses, and shoulder pulls. Most pull-ups are basically bench presses, squats, deadlifts, flips, pull-ups, and lending. Efforts are recommended, but their physique is particularly strong. It can be said that this is the world's strongest and most powerful athlete bodybuilder?
Bodybuilding athletes may need more action, but the basis of their training should still be compound movement training. If you want to become muscular from a mediocre body, you should focus on doing the basic movements. The "big" compound movement training alone can create a large, robust and aesthetic body. Look at other athletes: gymnastics, CrossFit, and weightlifters. They are not as big as bodybuilders, but they are full of muscles, low body fat, and very strong. Not only that, they did not strictly control their diet, did not fight steroids, had no clear-mindedness, and remained in shape throughout the year. They do not do any isolated training. All of them have grown a lot of muscles through compound movement training and become very strong and powerful. Where are your "training funds" used?
Many trainers are disappointed with their results because they are too concerned about isolation training and small muscle groups, but they have limited their own development. Your physical recovery and adaptability to training are limited.