The Total Body Re-Composition Workout

The Total Body Re-Composition WorkoutMost men who have a love for automobiles will often express their love and great admiration for cars built by German engineering. Fitness enthusiasts today have been found sharing a similar love for German ingenuity through the scientist Hala Ramble who introduced the world to probably the best method of body recomposition experienced in the fitness industry today to simultaneously lose body fat and increase muscular gains. Hala Ramble theorized that acceleration in fat loss could be achieved by increasing the blood lactate levels within the individual to be utilized as an energy substrate. Men who experienced a increase in lactate levels were found to possess a higher rate of hormone release stimulating the body to build muscle whereby increasing its calorie burning process.

One of the best known methods to increase the level of the blood's lactate is by pairing upper and lower-body exercises or exercises recognizing opposite range of movements by performing a number of sets consisting of 10 to 15 reps with a rest period of sixty seconds in-between sets.

How to perform the Total Body Re-composition Workout - The exercises are performed alternatively for their respective sets before continuing with the suggested sets performing the remaining exercises as straight sets.

Exercises are designated a specific tempo. Ok you're probably wondering what we mean by the tempo of the exercise. Let us explain. The tempo of the exercise or simply the pace is generally determined by four specific values. The first value indicates the amount of time you should take to lower the weight. The second bears reference to the time taken to pause at the lowest position. The third value specifies the time allowed for the lifting portion of the exercise, and the fourth digit is the time you'll pause at the end of the rep. Pretty simple right?

This workout allows the trainer to increase the intensity of the routine by lowering the rest periods in-between sets to by 15 seconds biweekly, beginning the program with a rest period of 60 seconds for the first two weeks of the workout, lowering the rest time to 45 seconds on the fourth week and continuing for a six week period to 30 seconds.

Day #1 For the first day you'll begin with the first exercise set containing the Deadlift with 8 to 10 reps using a tempo of 4-0-1-0, the Bulgarian Split Squat also with 8-10 reps at a tempo of 3-1-1-0, and the Dip using 10 to 12 reps and a tempo of 3-1-1-0 .

Perform three sets

The second exercise set should consist of the 1 1/2 Dumbbell Bench Press neutral grip with 8-10 reps and a tempo of 3-0-2-0, the Inverted Row using 10-12 reps with a tempo of 2-0-1-1, and the Seated Incline Dumbbell Curl in 10 to 12 reps using a tempo 4-0-1-0 Perform the selected exercises also in there sets closing your first day's workout with performing three sets of the Swiss Ball Rollout using 10 to 15 reps per exercise set at a tempo of 2-0-2-0.

Day #2 On the send day begin your workout with the first exercise set including, the front squat using 8 to ten reps at a tempo of 3-1-1-0, the Romanian Deadlift similarly with 8 to 10 reps but with a pace of 3-1-1-0, and the Seated Zottman Curl using 10 to 12 reps and a tempo 3-0-2-0.

Complete three sets

For your second exercise set you'll start off with the Neutral-Grip Chin-up using 8 to 10 reps at a tempo of 4-0-1-0, the Incline Bench Press with a Neutral Grip 10 to 12 reps and a tempo of 3-0-1-0 and with a tempo of 4-0-1-0 and end with the Decline Triceps Extension suing 10 to 12 reps.

Execute three sets

Finish your daily workout with the 8 to 10 reps of the Half-Knee Cable Chop at a tempo of 3-0-1-0.

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