You may be familiar with HIIT, you may not be familiar with Supramaximal Interval Training (SMIT), which may be a more effective training method for active individuals (HIIT or SMIIT is not designed for beginners) at improving fitness and performance.
Today, just about everyone, regardless of fitness level or chosen method of training, is doing abdominal planks, as everyone seems to understand and appreciate their benefits and practicality— planks require no equipment and are easy to learn. That said, there is still a large amount of room for improvement.
In this article, I’m going to describe the basic physiology principles you need to know about cardio and strength training, and show you how to combine cardio and strength training in a unique and effective way to help you build a leaner and more muscular physique.
There’s been an ongoing debate as to whether it’s better to do cardio before resistance training in the same workout session, or to do resistance training before cardio. This article will tell you everything you need to know (and nothing you don’t) about the effect of different sequences of concurrent training (i.e., resistance + cardio in the same workout) on cardiorespiratory and muscular adaptations, and also settle the debate as to which sequence is best to use for the goal of maximizing physique development.
Your upper body pushing day is already giving you plenty of work on your pecs and shoulders, and since your upper body pulling day is already giving you plenty of work on lats and mid-back musculature, the focus here is to help you maximize the strength of your abdominals, obliques and low-back muscles. Learn how to use the Core 4 training formula in order to make sure you’ve got a core that’s strong in all directions.
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