Bodybuilding - A Beginner's Guide to Bodybuilding
Designed for the novice who takes big goals seriously, this book filters through many different perspectives. It turns them into an easy to follow guide for reaching your ultimate bodybuilding goals, based on the most commonly agreed upon principals, ideas, and knowledge that are out there right now.
- It begins when you write down your goal and organize your life to make the necessary room to achieve it.
- Organize your schedule, start a journal, choose the foods that are going to support your growth and get into a proper sleeping routine. All of this has to happen before you can start the physical process of ripping and repairing muscle tissue.
- You're building your support system and surrounding yourself with everything you need.
- These pages have a lot of information about food; what is good for you, what is bad for you and why. It goes over the vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that you need, demystifies probiotics and prebiotics and explains where you can find them and how to get them in your gut.
- There is an entire section of recipes. They were dishes I found that lots of people really enjoyed. I then modified them to increase protein, changed flavors I think work better, and reduced saturated fats intake.
- Once you've got a system in place to support your goal, you need to start preparing your body for the physical journey ahead. That journey starts with a month of yoga and floor exercises. By doing that you can start getting used to your body in a new way and start getting your body used to being trained.
- After the first month of warming your body up, it's time to find some good supplements and head to the weights. This book tells you what the best and most effective options are for supplements, the ones that are dangerous and the ones you'd be better off not wasting your time with.
- This book takes you through a simple way of acclimatizing to your new routines and some straightforward exercises you can do until you get into your third month and want to start challenging yourself more.
- There is a conversation happening in this book about discipline and things that may need to be sacrificed to achieve goals and how that's okay. It stresses that you cannot be too hard on yourself. That perfection is not possible and as long as you're doing your best, you're winning. Just keep moving forward.
- There are tips, suggestions, and methods backed by science and experience, which are basic, straightforward and easy for anyone to follow.
- Discussed are different body types and exercises which can be performed. They can either be followed exactly or they can be used as a template for other exercises you might rather do, or which may work better for your particular form.
- It doesn't matter if you are male or female, the information here is without gender bias and the more people it can help through journeys of self-improvement, the better.
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