People who are serious about their workouts and Don’t go to the gym on a public stage, should have a basic plan of what workout should consist of and what they are trying to achieve.
So how do we set up our drawings?
- Exercises that you do
- Weight, which will be used
- How many sets
- How many reps per set
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Once you have decided on the training you do, take the time to sit down and write all of your regular workout muscle preparation for the next 8-10 weeks in this log book. I found it to be extremely useful for me. This allowed me to just look at what I do for that particular day and there was no guesswork.
Now, let’s just give a brief explanation of the contents of your usual workout muscle preparation books:
Exercises: Quite understandable. Just a list of exercises that you should do that day.
Weight: In addition, for itself. Realize this – Any good workout muscle preparation of the usual let you make more and more weight as you move forward. By writing prior, you will force yourself to do that weight even in those days, you may be feeling lazy.
Sets: You need to know how many sets you do for this particular event. In addition, some exercises have a minimum or maximum period of rest between sets. Be sure to write down and save it.
Reps: You’ll know how many repetitions you should do with a certain weight for specific sets.