Just as every action has a consequence most individuals fall short of their training goals for very simple reasons. This occurs for a variety of reasons but primarily hinges upon the fact that much of the training information online is questionable quality and merely serves as bait to gain attention and sell a product.
One of the most common areas is within bodybuilding where training errors are common, of which many question how to develop the chest region. Many aspiring bodybuilders in 2014 fail to achieve the sculpted chest region for the following reasons:
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• Training approaches do not meet their objectives. All training, whether your focus is bodybuilding, sport or general health must serve an objective. Within bodybuilding concern of shape, symmetry, proportion and muscular size are concerns and therefore your training must answer those needs.
• A poor diet and supplement protocol derails countless athletic goals. It is impossible to say the percentage of importance that diet plays, i.e. fifty per cent, but simply no training plan can withstand a poor diet. In addition to a balanced diet, supplement plan that includes Modern BCAA+™, USPlabs PowerFULL®, SuperCissus® and USPlabs PRIME® will will greatly assist the goals of bodybuilder.
• Insufficient development of upper back, deltoids and concern of ‘v-taper’, which will contribute to visual presentation of the chest region.
• Insufficient variation to training and your body has reached the point of adaptation.
• Poor exercise technique that may limit muscular growth and expose the individual to a greater risk of injury.
• Failure to maintain tension throughout the various movements. One of the most important considerations in bodybuilding is ensuring ‘time under tension’.
• Lack of effort towards enhancing muscular recovery. Optimal muscular recovery is accelerated from ‘work’ and not ‘doing nothing’. All training plans need to include contrast showers, Epsom salt and Ice baths, preferably massage and of-course the appropriate amount of sleep.
• Long-term programming that fails to understand training history and personal response to training. Answer this concern easily by keeping a daily journal that records training and diet, such that you can review at a later day and understand the most effective route to your goals.
• Lack of effort. Let’s keep this point simple as ‘talk truly is cheap’ and you must support your desire to reach the podium with action. Add venom.
• Time. Success does not come over night and requires years of dedication. Be dedicated and persevere through the daily challenges.
Prepared by John Davies
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