Workout Routine Ideas - It's Time For A New Workout Challenge

The workout routine ideas we offer, will challenge you mentally and physically! We offer unique workout tips that NO ONE has!

A new fun way to approach your workout routines. Build muscle and burn fat with high intensity, muscle confusion intensity methods, to unlock full genetic potential, release growth hormones, and keep workouts entertaining.

This method is to be used when you are either bored with your current workouts, need a new challenge, or just want to feel out a new intensity not yet experienced.

With this approach, you can choose any exercise you like.

It's important to figure out which exercises you enjoy doing. This system is all about enjoying the workout, and still making huge gains. Keep reading and find out how...

It could be body weight exercises, cable exercises, machine exercises, free weights, home gym exercises, whatever you like the most. You choose your exercises, but you use this page as a guideline to make the workout WORK FOR YOU!

The day your workouts become stale, and you become less and less entertained from your workouts... switch to this new method below.

This can be a full body workout, or it can be two muscle groups performed in every workout, whichever you prefer. There's a lot of freedom in this weight training system.

Step outside of the box

If you keep on working out doing the same exercises time after time, doing the same repetitions time after time, doing the same thing month after month, you will not grow any further. And you haven't been growing either, have you?

This is why you are going to do something unheard of! Many will tell you THIS is crazy, but your average gym rat spends hours flexing and only focuses on his 1 rep max... So excuse them, and pay close attention!

Do you remember how so many people are so certain that you must work certain muscle groups together? Or that you must follow a guideline and perform a set number of repetitions? Throw it all out.

Today, ONLY focus on movement. I don't care what exercise you do, or how often you do the exercise, JUST MOVE... and keep moving. That's what your workout will be. Many think they will lose muscle from high volume workouts, but you won't, and they won't either.

Hey, wait a minute, you mean to tell me that I must workout doing whatever I want? And I will still build?

Sounds good, doesn't it? But no, there IS a method to this madness. Keep reading...

Workout your entire body within 3 or 4 days, followed by 2 days of cardio. "Oh no I'm gonna lose muscle" Um, no you won't. You haven't even tried it yet. You have to understand the effectiveness of change. Pay close attention.

So what do you like doing the most? Body weight exercises? Dumbbell workouts? Pick what you like...

Day 1 can be a full body workout, or you can do 1 or 2 muscle groups in every workout, it doesn't matter. But... No matter what you do, YOU MUST do the whole body within 3 or 4 days, that's the rule. Is this making sense? It should, it's very easy.

You want to look like a bodybuilder, but the truth is you look like an Olympic swimmer, and that's being generous. Wanna change that? Change what you are doing, and change it dramatically.

Occasionally do the unheard of. Offer the body something it doesn't normally experience. If you normally stick with a typical pattern, break out of that mold and do something so different that the body will be thrown off into new growth out of panic.

Week after week, do something VERY different. DO NOT keep doing the same exercises, and DO NOT keep doing the same repetitions. Sometimes, you'll get better results, from throwing the play book away, and only listening to what you really feel like doing.

People think low reps is the only way to build muscle, false!

Anything done over and over again is the worst thing you can do when you want to build muscle. So, with that being said, offer the body challenges and obstacles it isn't familiar with. Do high reps, do low reps... And this week, work the entire body within the 3 or 4 days, followed by 2 days of cardio. After that, go back to doing what you would normally do, but throw in a curve ball, such as the suggestion laid out.

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