WHY IT IS BETTER TO FOLLOW A TRAINING PROGRAM

WHY IT IS BETTER TO FOLLOW A TRAINING 

Why follow a training program when you can just grab 2-3 specific sessions on the internet?


In some cases, the session can serve you on an ad hoc basis, because you already know what to do but you just have no idea how to choose your exercises.

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However, a training program is not just a series of sessions taken at random, and we tell you why!


THE TRAINING PROGRAM IS A STRATEGY FOR ACHIEVING ITS OBJECTIVES

Whether your goal is to melt your fat, lose weight, gain muscle, run faster, be in better shape, have more endurance, be stronger, faster and so on, the program for training is a guide that will contain all of your training sessions.

Each session is made to work on a specific point. For example, a lower bodybuilding session will aim to make your muscles stronger and more resistant. There are a lot of methods that aim to "build muscle" but each has its specificity.

You will be able to work:
Endurance
Speed (increase the speed of contraction of muscle fibers)
Strength (recruit maximum muscle fiber at the same time)
Power: a mix between strength and speed and many others
To develop these sports qualities, it is not enough to repeat the same type of session, you must follow a set of sessions that will evolve in relation to each other.

Because it is by linking together what has been planned in advance that we can achieve results.


A TRAINING PROGRAM REQUIRES YOU TO BE REGULAR

If you want your results, you need to do what is planned. The effects of a session will force your body to adapt. As a sports coach, we know these effects.

Basically, you get tired during a workout. The next time, your body will know that it will have to be a little stronger to be able to do the same kind of training.

So, we know we can do a little harder the next time. On the other hand, if you miss this session there, your body will not have had time to adapt and the difficulty will not be adapted either.

For example in our bodyweight training programs, you have 48 sessions over 12 weeks. All the sessions have a specific objective, each week has a specific goal and every 4 weeks we have increased the difficulty, the number of exercises and the way to achieve them. Same for the cardio session, the difficulty will crescendo according to a methodology that allows progress.


REALLY REPEATING THE SAME WORKOUT IS NON-PRODUCTIVE

The human body is fabulous but also very lazy. Your body does not like to exert effort and will always find strategies to do as little as possible.

What does it mean ?

If you always do the same session, your body will get used to this kind of effort and will not try to improve: this is where you stagnate.

The training program is made to deal with this phenomenon. As a general rule, you should vary your sessions every 4 weeks.

We have gone even further in the development of our training programs to lose weight and tone up: all your sessions will be different! We tried to mix in the best possible way the training methods, the modes of contractions of your muscles, speed, the work of strength, endurance and power so that your body is always in evolution.

And by doing this, you will lose your fat, gain endurance, strength and agility, all that is most complete for the body.

THE TRAINING PROGRAM IS PROGRESSIVE

Essential for any performance improvement, you are not going to do a session that is only scheduled for the last week! It would be too much and hard and not adapted. If I give you 4 sets of 15 pull-ups then 2-3 more exercises you will be disgusted because you will not have developed the necessary strength.

All results come with discipline and progression in your sessions. Your muscles, joints, cardiovascular system will gradually improve, and you will be able to do increasingly complex sessions. And above all, you will avoid injuries that can hamper your goals!

IT IS MORE COMPLEX THAN IT SEEMS

There are so many things to take into account when developing a training program: training days, rest days, alternating bodybuilding days with cardio days, what type of bodybuilding method, for how long, which exercises, the number of repetitions, the recovery time etc. for what objectives?

Tiring just thinking about it isn't it?

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