Weight Training for Weight Loss – Part 2

Yesterday I looked at methods of getting a good workout regime locked down, how to perfect methods and how to define your goals.

Today, I am going to look at methods of putting it all together to find something which works for you.

The Elite Method

For those who aspire to become an elite athlete, consider the Spartan Workout. Made up of real exercises used by the cast of 300, it represents a workout which to begin with, will make you ache, cry, bleed, squeal and shake. However, once you get a little stronger, you will realise your power over your body.

  1. Pullups – 25 reps
  2. Deadlifts with 135lbs – 50 reps
  3. Pushups – 50 reps
  4. 24-inch Box jumps – 50 reps
  5. Floor wipers – 50 reps
  6. Single-arm Clean-and-Press with 36lbs Kettlebell – 50 reps
  7. Pullups – 25 reps

Going hand in hand with this, consider Living Like A Spartan, perfecting your whole life and proving your dominance.

Become A Superhero

Following the 2012 Avengers movie, you can choose who you want to emulate, whether the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor or Captain America, and find out how to do it! Whether bulking up, becoming super strong or fine tuning the details, it is possible to become a superhero in a matter of months by applying yourself and working hard.

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

Check your workout, your system, your process and determine how you can improve. Following the Daft Punk workout method, you can work on how much you do and how well you do it. This is important for anyone working out, as getting stuck in a rut and making no progress is simply a waste of time.

Build Your Own

Building your own workout is also an option. By plucking exercises which exercise each portion of your body, and choosing the correct number of sets and reps for you, and deciding how much you need to do in total, you can produce the best workout for you. Also, when you have followed this one for a while, you can fine tune and adjust without affecting the balance from another workout.

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