You’re not training hard enough, you don’t use the variables efficiently and so training has become stagnant.
You go to the gym, lift a few weights, pick and choose machines based on what’s free at the time and have no real structure to your plan or progression. You’re basically floating and you wonder why your body won’t mold, sculpt and change to how you desire.
You need to up your game, get a plan with stages of periodisation and work with all the training variables that exist, which will push your body to make a change.
Training variables such as:
- Tension & Time under Tension (TUT)
- Tempo & Range of Motion (ROM)
- Sets, Reps & Rest
- and most importantly Progression with Overload.
Progression with Overload
In order for your muscles to tone up they must be subjected to a new stimulus or to a new amount of stimulus, this is know as overload. Without progressive continued overload your body does not need to adapt and so will never react by getting firmer or stronger. You need to continually increase the demands on the musculoskeletal system in order to continually make gains in not only definition and strength but also endurance.
Creating progressive overload can de done by:
- Increasing resistance
- Increasing number of sets & or repetitions
- Increasing frequency
- Increase or change exercises
- Increasing intensity
- Decreasing rest time
So how can I help?
The ART 12 week programme has been developed to factor in all of these key elements to continually push and get the best out of you. The program will also show you how to use cardio effectively; low steady state cardio (LISS) and high intensity interval training (HIIT) both have a time and place, which is subjective to you as an individual and to how your body responds.
So if you are confused about planning a program and how all the variables are applied then the ‘Action Reaction Training’ program is for you.
“I honestly couldn’t recommend this programme enough, it has completely changed my day-to-day life and overall happiness.” HOLLIE
“Best purchase of my entire life. I’m so happy with the physical results, but I’m even more happy about the way I feel mentally.” JUDE