5 BEST + Simple Gym Exercise Tips For Better Fat Loss or Building Muscle (Avoid These Mistakes!)

May 1, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!


ASK YOUR QUESTIONS ON FACEBOOK- www.facebook.com FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER- twitter.com FREE GUY FAT LOSS PROGRAM- fatasstobaddass.com FREE FEMALE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM- http 1. You Don’t Use a Training Log How can you tell you are making progress if you aren’t recording it? Your ego will inflate your memory and sometimes when you feel like you AREN’T making progress its important to go back to records to show that you have been! You Try Too Hard *Fail at the Bench Press* You let your ego get in the way of making progress. Remember, NEVER use a weight you can’t dominate and accelerate 100%. NEVER. Did I say NEVER EVER? You don’t Change it Up *Show Omar approaching the squat rack* April 2000 Barbell curls, my favourite April 2005 Barbel curls, my favourite April 2010 What should I do today? Barbell curls…my favourite! You need to stick to the big lifts, squats, deadlifts and benchpresses. I’m not disputing that. I’m saying if you aren’t making progress and you’ve been doing the same routine since the dawn of time, change it up. Reps, sets and exercises are merely tools to get you to your goal! Prioritize your work outs to do the most important stuff first! You Work Your Favourite Muscles If you are a guy I guarantee you do curls and bench. And if you’re a women you prob. Run and do some core exercises. That’s great, but you have to train your WHOLE body. Everything is interconnected and overemphasizing certain areas can build up imbalances and hold you back. Remember, you are

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