Are you among those who hit the gym on the same days week after week? You need to ditch this boring routine right now, and here’s why.
Many people go to the gym on pre-established days and they always follow the same workout.
These people inflexibly keep repeating the same exercises, sets and reps, and even the same weights, time after time.
For an exercise plan to have positive effects on your body, it has to have variety. You must surprise your muscles with different weight loads and breaks. Your body has an incredible ability to adapt to exertion, and even more so if it’s sustained. That’s why you have to switch up your training, whether it’s the number of sets or reps or varying your rest periods.
For example, if you like to do cardio work but find it monotonous to do medium- to low-intensity aerobic workouts for a lengthy period of time, you can try the interval method. Get on the bike, treadmill or cardio machine you like the best, and do sets intermittently. One example can be one minute at 80% of your maximum speed, one minute of slow recovery, and so on.
In the case of weight training, you can avoid stagnation by switching the order of the days you train, as well as the order of the exercises in the session or varying the number of sets and reps.
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