Advanced Training Techniques
The following are some advance training techniques that are popular both for its apparent benefits to the body and also for its innovativeness
This type of exercise routine would involve the immediate switching of exercise routine as soon as one style is completed. Ideally there should be about 2 – 3 different workout style done is succession.
Firstly it should be noted that advanced training techniques are only suitable for those who are already in good physical shape and have already been exposed to regular and fairly vigorous training sessions. These sessions should already be done on a regular basis.
The idea behind this technique is to create more blood flow into the pectorals and provide an intense effective training for the chest muscles.
These sets can be designed to focus on the same muscle group using different exercises, or the focus can be switched to other muscle groups, but the main idea is to stay with the routine without any breaks.
Exercises such as bench press, dumbbells flys, bicep curl, triceps pushdown, leg press, leg extensions are just some of the ones used.
Negatives are another option that is considered very powerful for building strength.
This involves the positive and negative elements in the exercise routine, where the positive Here the individual is expected to “hold” the exercise position for longer than necessary to create the pressure on the exact area being focused on, and if the ability to do so is possible without much effort, then there should be additional pressure added.
The ideal gauging time frame should be about 5 seconds. Examples of which may include bench press, close grip bench press, wide grip pull ups and preacher curls focuses on the contracting and the negative focuses on the stretching parts of the routine.
Hopefully you are now on your way to pushing yourself to your limits and becoming more fit than you have ever been.