Get Faster Results In Your Weight Lifting Programsby Shawn LeBrun
This article taken from my muscle-building course "Simple Steps To Get Huge And Shredded"
If you want faster results in your weight lifting programs, this article will lead you to success.
Over the past few years while working as a personal trainer, I've been fortunate enough to study weight loss, and more importantly, success. I've also come to realize a very important concept about both of them.
Success in your weight lifting programs is not so much what you know. In fact, success with your workout program is also not completely dependent upon
what you do. What is important and what ultimately leads to permanent, success is what you know and do together that makes all the difference.
Let me illustrate the point that simply just exercising or just dieting without knowledge of what to work on doesn't guarantee success.
I've worked in a health club setting in the past both as a personal trainer as well as a fitness coordinator.
I've seen many, many people exercising without a trainer and without knowledge of what it truly takes to change their body. Many of these people, even working out five to six times a week for the two years I worked in this particular health club, did not change their bodies hardly at all in those two years. In fact, I witnessed many people exercise for hours a day, six days a week not slim down or gain lean muscle at all.
They were doing something, in fact, many of them were doing quite a bit in their weight lifting programs. But were they making weight loss a habit or just an hour's worth of time spent six or seven days a week. I will tell you this: Simply exercising a lot is not the key to success in your weight lifting programs.
These people were missing a key element that consisted of more than just doing exercises. They were missing the element of being informed and educated about the principles behind weight loss and muscle gain. They were missing the principle that weight loss must be more than exercise, more than diet, and more than aerobics.
Weight loss and muscle growth must be the correct approach to all of these and must be in such a proportion that they become habit soon after implementing them. The flipside is true as well. Just knowing how to change your body will not change it without taking some form of consistent action and putting the knowledge to use.
The key to achieving results in your weight lifting programs is the combination of knowledge and action, knowing and doing. Over a long enough time, this combination of knowing and doing will hopefully evolve into habit where you start doing certain things that attribute to weight loss and muscle gains without even consciously thinking of them.
You begin eating certain healthy foods at certain time. You become used to going directly to the gym after work. Weight loss must be a habit for it to be long term. Any time you revert back to the old, unproductive lifestyle, the chance of that old weight also comes back.
Any time that you decide to abandon these principles you run the risk of ending one habit pattern and forming another one.
Make a study of other peoples successful weight lifting programs and resolve to learn exactly what it is you need to do to change your body.
I learned what it took to lose fat by studying other bodybuilders, fitness competitors, and athletes. I learned they all took certain steps to get lean, toned, muscular bodies.
That's when I realized that if you model and copy other successful people, you too can achieve similar results in your weight lifting programs.
It's the same principle behind using a roadmap. It's quicker following a path that has already been laid out for you than trying to arrive somewhere by trial and error. Use my roadmap of weight loss success. It's not a difficult map to follow.
In fact, the simplicity of it often times makes people think that it may not work. Many people are afraid of simplicity They feel that anything worthwhile has to be achieved through a long and difficult process. This is just not the case. I was able to get my best body ever by simply following some simple, effective methods that soon became habit for me anyways.
The age-old advice of proper nutrition and exercise is still useful today. But if that's all it took, why is it we are getting more overweight as a society each and every year. A full 60% of the U.S. adult population is now considered overweight. Americans are spending over 35 billion dollars each year on health and weight loss related products. This seems to be of little success.
Things are not working because people are not approaching it correctly. People see weight loss as something they work for for a ittle while and then give up. That will not work. Successful results in your weight lifting programs must become and stay a habit for it to be permanent.
The possibilities are endless for what you can learn, do, and have by studying what others have done successfully.
Use this proven diet and muscle-building program to get faster results in your own weight lifting programs...
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