Exercise Gradual Progression Video

Proper Exercise Progression: While there are some exceptions to this rule, it is important to try to progress on a very regular basis, by reforming repetitions, resistances, or routines. This won’t necessarily occur during each workout, but ...
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Now one of the most fundamental goals of strength training is to increase your strength, and so as you are stronger to popular performing good form a given number of repetitions for an exercise, its time to increase your resistance it challenge your body a little bit more so can continue to get stronger and bigger and more developed and more toned, and with the higher metabolism. So well if I could do 80 pounds say for 15 repetitions on this exercise now its my goal 15 repetitions I do want to increase it for the next workout by may be 5 or 10% so either I would do 84 pounds or 88 pounds. So if I'm going to really challenge my self and go by 10% 88 pounds, if you doesn't have 1 pound equipment if you go to 90 or you can put a little plates on top, but a 10% increase I might be only be able to do a 11 repetitions or 12 repetitions during the next workout. And I do want to that way until I get myself back up. There is different ways of adding variety to work out with the challenging yourself with different like low repetition sets and high repetitions sets and one of the keys for progression is just not always to do the same thing, sometimes do sets of 6 or 8 10 sometimes do 15 or 20, sometimes back of and do nothing its great once may be every 6 months or so just to do no exercise what's so ever, give your body a recover and some times you come back so that we could to off stronger than that ever thought possible.

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