How to Build a Nice Body<br /> Scott Abbett<br />http://www.hardbodysuccess.com<br />
The world is not short of information on “how to build a nice body.”<br />Yet even with this overload of information – getting a nice body eludes many people<br />How come so many people wanting to improve the shape of their bodies end up disappointed and disillusioned?<br />
There are two main reasons: One is External (strategic)<br />the other is Internal (Psychological)<br />
<ul><li>The external (strategic) problem stems from a very controversial issue within bodybuilding: Steroids. The widespread use of anabolic steroids has seriously distorted conventional wisdom and information on how to build a nice body.
Many people who take up natural bodybuilding in order to build a nice body end up overtraining their muscles.This happens because the training routines of steroid-using bodybuilders have become the norm.
… But training naturally in the same (or even similar) manner that someone on steroids would train is a recipe for disaster.</li></li></ul><li>To overcome this strategic reason for lack of natural<br />bodybuilding progress, the trainee must successfully do<br />two things over time:<br />Fully recuperate muscles between workouts<br />Overload muscles during workouts<br />
Many people go to the gym and never know whether they’re “successfully” overloading their muscles. <br />Others overload their muscles and don’t allow enough recuperation time between workouts to make consistent progress.<br />Making mistakes with these two factors wastes time, effort, and money for too many gym-goers and home-gym workout enthusiasts.<br />
Many people trying to<br />‘builda Nicebody’ would<br />alleviatefrustration if they<br />simply adheredmore<br />effectively to two practices:<br />Engage in bodybuilding workouts of sufficient overload and intensity (but not too much).<br />Apply more rest days between workouts (a greater number of days outside the gym than inside).<br />
The internal (psychological) reason for frustrating results in body improvement efforts is tied to ‘self image.’ Many people don’t have strong enough belief in their “physical intelligence” to gain the upper hand in building a better body for themselves.<br />
The best remedy for this is often two-fold:<br />Pre-conditioning the subconscious mind in a way that allows the individual to develop a stronger mind/body connection.<br />Utilizing a workout program that provides immediate<br />and ongoing positive feedback of body improvement progress.<br />
When all these principles for building a nice body are optimally combined, motivation is easy to sustain until the goal (a nice physique) is reached.<br />For more information on how to build a nice<br />body, visit www.hardbodysuccess.com<br />