Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Start off light, with very little volume and intensity

No one gets anything in this world by sheer luck, there is always an instinct involved in getting that thing done, so it is important to understand that a beginner's program is somewhat unique. You only NEED to do a few things:

1) Start off light, with very little volume and intensity

2) Train consistently with a day of rest between each workout

3) Use progressive training that gets more intense as time goes on.

4) Train with free weights and always train in good form through a full ROM.

Thats about it! Learning proper form, dieting, and living habits are all part of the process too, as well as getting a newbie used to having weight training as part of his/her life. A beginner will adapt to just about anything, provided it doesn't kill them. The method is meant to "injury proof" the trainee, and show progress efficiently with very little chance of being hurt.


krystyna said...

Hi Soni!
Very good advices for beginners.
Step by step is perfect.

Keep up your great work!

soni2006 said...

Hi Krysyna,

Thanks for the appreciation. I will look forward to continue the same process. Thanks once again mam.

krystyna said...

Hi Soni!
I wisited your website. Woow! Great job! You are such young man but your job is very professional. (I'm little bit "jealous"- favorably).

soni2006 said...

Thanks a lot Krystyna.