There’s a lot of different goals out there for why men want to go and work out. Some men want to be buff big and “muscly”; some men want to stay thin but with that lean muscle mass. For me, I’m somewhere more in the middle.
Not too big, not too small, just nice so my workout is focused on gaining and maintaining lean muscle mass.
I don’t have a lot of time to always work out so, I try to fit in all my muscle workouts in two days, and then all I do is I just repeat those workouts throughout the week.
So, the first day I usually start the upper body that’s my most favorite workout. I start it off and I do about five sets of around ten repetitions. If I do over twelve then I know the weight is too light. If I do less than ten let’s say four then you know the weight is too heavy. So, you have to try and hit that twelve reps.
The idea is to do the work out until muscle failure, so you get the most out of your workout routine and then you just rest one minute between every set. That way you don’t waste a lot of time. Don’t rest four or five minutes, don’t chat with your girlfriend on the phone focus and work out.
Let’s look at day one, day one is the whole upper body workout.
Note, to finish the whole workout off and to make sure I got the most out of it, I do five sets of push-ups and each set I do until failure.
After this whole upper body workout, you’ll know and feel that you just went through a real work out. That’s day one now let’s move on to day two.
On day two I start with ABS first and again I do four to five sets and I do each set until failure.
That’s it for the two-workout days, so all you do then is you just repeat those two days as the week continues and I also use supplements because we all know that you get faster results if you use the right supplements. If you want to know what supplements I used, you can check it out by clicking HERE.
Now apart from supplements and the workouts please know and understand you guys won’t achieve the results that you want if you don’t eat the right way. So, remember you get fit in the gym but you lose the war in the kitchen.
Daniel Amankwah is a fitness expert for 4EvaFit Lifestyle, personal fitness coach, personal trainer, blogger, and a motivational speaker living in Acton, Massachusetts. His affection for a healthy lifestyle has penetrated through the noise in the health, fitness industry and empowers people to create sustainable prescriptions for lasting health, happiness, and confidence.
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