Total Body Workout – The Neverfail System – Part 2

#01. You hear it all the time about having a lean and sexy core. This statement is all about how you look. The objective of having a strong core should be about function and health as well. The core muscles control just about every movement you make and this alone should be reason enough to want a strong core. People with lean and strong cores experience less low back strain as well.

A “boring” healthy diet is best. This is one you know but how much do you abide by it? Stick to foods rich in whole grains, monounsaturated fats, protein, and all the essential vitamins and minerals you need. These include whole grain breads, fish, many nuts, peanut butter, and eggs.

Next time you’re at the grocery look around at all the foods that contain these three chemicals, hydrogenated oils, foods that are processed, and anything with high fructose corn syrup. These are what you need to avoid like the plague. Not only do they not have any nutritional value, they actually add that to your body. This is the reason why so many Western cultures are affected by the epidemic of obesity. Food companies do not care about the health of their customers. They care about what sells, because what sells is what makes money and people buy foods with these chemicals in the. If you’re serious about getting a six pack, you must avoid foods with these chemical or you will never be successful. Try finding foods that are as close to their natural state is possible and eat green and lean.

You should never stretch cold muscles. Before stretching you will want to do some low intense activity for five to ten minutes. This will warm up your muscles before you stretch them.

Position your arms across your physique so that your left hand lays just under your other shoulder and your right hand comes to rest just under your left shoulder forming a “X”.

Including a wide variety of floor exercises that mimic the work done on larger weight machines can really work wonders for your thighs and butt. You may need to do more reps than you would do of a movement with weight machines, but a lower workout routine review using only body weight can be highly effective.

The third step is to get involved in a fitness program. Your fitness program should consists of three basic elements: aerobic fitness, muscle strength and flexibility. Strive to include a total body workout routine and make it a daily challenge to find ways to exercise. Walk you dog, take the stairs instead of the elevator. Adults between the ages 18-65 should get at least 30 minutes of moderate activity at least five days a week. However if you are 65 or older this amount should be adjusted based on you overall physical condition. Start with 5-10 minutes and work up to 30 minutes. As always consult your physician before you start any fitness program.

Certainly many of us have experienced or have watched the person working out for hours at a time who get little or no changes to their weight loss nor to their muscle mass. Time to make the change. Try fitting your exercise regime to your body. The first step is assessing your body-type: Endo, Meso, or Ectomorph, or a combination of two of these.