This article is beneficial not only for beginners but also veterans who have been trying to lose weight but without success. For beginners this will serve as a brief introduction to losing weight and for all the veterans who are reading this article this will serve as a reminder.
Instinctive training is a wonderful thing. It involves listening to your body and developing custom routines on-the-spot in the gym based upon how you feel, and available options in the gym. You are well aware of the foundations of muscle building. You’ve been doing this for years. You know that every chest day needs to start with two compound movements. One needs to be of the flat or decline variety, and the other needs to stimulate the upper pecs via incline bench pressing or dumbbell pressing. Once you’ve fulfilled those requirements, you know you’ve completed your brute strength requirements, and it’s time to bump up the intensity. You’ll move on to more isolation movements. You’ll bounce between the Hammer Strength and Nautilus machines. You’ll make use of cables and dumbbells. You’ll work the entire pectoral muscle group, as well as the pec-shoulder tie-in. And you’ll walk out of the gym, munching on a protein bar, knowing full well that you’ve done everything possible to stimulate growth.