Monday, 5 October 2009

Bodybuilding Explained by John J Foster

Bodybuilding Explained
While many people think of huge rippling muscles when anyone talks about bodybuilding, bodybuilding explained is the exercises that bodybuilders base their workouts on are the foundation of many strength fitness programs that are used for a wide variety of sports.

The main exercises that form base for most bodybuilding programs are as follows:



The bench-press for the chest with additional muscle building for the arms, in particular the triceps at the back of the arms, and the shoulders.



The squat, which develops the whole of the leg and also strengthens the back, provided the exercise is performed correctly.



The dead lift, which is a strength building exercise for the back that also helps build strength and size in the upper body and the legs.



The military press, which targets the shoulders and also works the arms.



The lateral pull down, cable rowing or dumbbell rows will all build the upper back.



These exercises will all help to build a strong healthy symmetrically muscular body if performed regularly in the correct manner and supplemented with good nutrition.



Muscle building will help to burn fat and create a lean body with enhanced health and fitness.



There are additional exercises that are designed to target specific areas of the body.


What is quite possibly the most popular exercise of all is the arm curl.


This builds the bicep muscle and people who do this regularly will usually see results quite fast.


It is also popular because the arms are very visual muscles and it is good for a beginner's confidence to be able to display the results of their training efforts.



To gain the size muscles that the bodybuilders achieve is as much about food nutrition and supplements as the exercises they perform on a daily basis.


Obviously those at the top of their game are also taking steroids, so for people who fear that they might look like Arnold Schwarzenegger from following these exercises, they have little to fear.

But one thing they will have is the confidence to carry on with this lifestyle change, working on looking good and eating well.

Regards

John J Foster

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