exercise selection made easy

Exercise Selection Made Easy

How To Choose The Right Exercises For Your Goals

Hi all, it’s Big Si here, and today I’m going to give you the lowdown on selecting the right exercises for your muscle-building goals. It’s simple, but most people make it complicated.

First things first…

To really understand exercise selection made easy, you going to need to know the different types of exercises available.

Compound Exercises

Compound exercises, like the squat, deadlift, overhead press, pull-up, rows, and bench press, are the heavy hitters. They work multiple muscle groups at once, and they’re known to be the most effective exercises for building muscle. 

Isolation Exercises

Isolation exercises, like the bicep curl and leg extension, focus on a single muscle group, and they’re typically used to target specific areas.

Now, consider your individual needs and goals.

If you want to build muscle mass, focus on exercises that work multiple muscle groups and use heavy weights.

If you’re looking to improve your overall fitness, include a variety of exercises that work different muscle groups and focus on cardiovascular fitness.

Another essential factor to consider is your current fitness level.

As a beginner, it’s important to start with exercises that are easy to perform and have a lower risk of injury.

Then, as you progress, you can gradually increase the difficulty and complexity of your exercises.

Last but not least…

Track your progress and make adjustments to your exercise selection as needed.

By regularly tracking your progress, you’ll be able to identify which exercises are working best for you and make adjustments to your routine to ensure continued progress.

So that’s exercise selection made easy for you…

Now get to it!

-Big Si

P.S. Remember, don’t overthink it. Just keep it simple and consistent, and you’ll see results.

If you’re ready to take your muscle-building goals to the next level and need a little extra guidance from a personal trainer, let’s talk. Click the button below to get 1-2-1 personal training, and let’s do this together!

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