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There are basic principles of training that will be used in each of the programs on this site. We will be using a variety of training styles in order to cause muscle confusion. If you training your muscles the same week after week they will adapt to the way you are training and not grow to the maximum potential. By adding muscle confusion it keeps your body guessing and your muscles growing. Muscle growth is simple breaking the muscle down and allowing it to repair. It should then be easily understood that the more efficient you are at tearing down the muscle and the faster recover time the bigger the muscle will grow. And the bigger the muscle the more efficient your body will be at burning calories. Muscle growth is essential to not only body building but any long term and successful fat lost program. Quite simply a diet that cannot be held to as a permanent life change can be considered temporary and if the diet is temporary so will be the results. My Dad always taught me if you are going to do something then do it right the first time or you will be redoing it. Don’t do anything half way or half hearted.
Below you will be provided with some information on different ways to confuse the muscle. These methods will be implemented in the programs on this site and should be implemented into yours as well. So get started now learning how to do it right the first time.
HIT (High Intensity Training)
FST-7 (Fascial Stretch Training)
HST (Hypertrophy Specific Training)
Super Sets - Two sets of two different exercises back to back with no rests until both exercise are complete.
Giant Sets – Usually 3 or 4 Sets combined with 3 or 4 different exercises with no rest in between. (good for fat burning)
Pyramids – Usually the same exercise. 4 or 5 sets up and 4 or 5 sets back down. Incrementally increasing weight as you go up and incrementally decreasing weight as you go down. As you increase weight your reps will decrease.