Saturday, October 31, 2015
Exercises That Will Promote Muscle Gain (part 1 of 2)
Have you ever wanted to have that body that you can be proud of? Do you want to confidently walk around the beach with your shirt off? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then what you want is to gain some muscles or to have a muscular or ripped body.
If you want to get a ripped body, then you definitely need to go to the gym and start lifting weights. However, you have to remember that lifting weights alone will not promote muscle growth. There are basically lots of things that you need to consider when you go to the gym and when you want to build muscles. First of all, not all exercise programs are designed for body building. Also, not all exercises are effective in promoting muscle growth.
If you really want to gain muscles, then here are some body building tips that you need to remember.
First of all, body building is basically a three day exercise regime. On the first day, you should try exercising the chest and the triceps. You should at least do four exercises for each muscle group. For the chest, you should do the bench press, inclined barbell press, lying dumbbell fly, and cable crossover. For the triceps, try the kickbacks, barbell triceps presses, close grip bench press, and V-Bar pull down.
For the second day, work your back and biceps. For the back, you can do the bent over barbell row, Romanian dead lift, dumbbell lying row, and cable seated row. For the biceps, you can do the alternate dumbbell curl, standing barbell curl, preacher curl, and cable curl.
For the third day, work on the legs and shoulders. For the legs, you should do the squats, leg press, leg extension, and seated calve raises. For the shoulders, do the barbell behind neck press, military press, Arnold press, and shoulder press.