Athlete's diary #26 trying to break down workouts into splits (abs, chest, triceps)

Athlete's diary #26 trying to break down workouts into splits (abs, chest, triceps) Good day to all dear friends, the dreaded workouts. Let's start with the most difficult one - workouts are a dangerous thing. If you choose the right ones, then the risk of getting injured increases many times. So what will we do to avoid getting injured in training? Simple steps: * Avoid "dirty" lifts. Keep your body clean and healthy. If you want to avoid getting injured, then do everything cautiously and only when absolutely necessary. * Use professional weight equipment. Yes, you don't need to "beat yourself up", use professional equipment. Sharp weights and chains will accomplish much more good than soft clay. * When doing exercises with free weight, and not on the platform, make sure that you do not "cheat" and get caught up in the momentum. * Stay in the "sweet spot" of the movement - do not "cheat" by doing "dirty" ones-simple things, which are,cuz,they "damage" the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and are, therefore, not suitable for training. * Focus on the progress in weight - not the result. If the goal is to "burn" fat, then you should work on fat burn, not on muscle growth. * When doing basic exercises, like squats and deadlifts, and not on fancy fancy ones, like lat pulls, that's what the hell is progress!? You can't do anything with "dirty" lifts. If you want to increase your body weight, then you need to get stronger. and you need to build more muscles in your body. * Don't sit with your "feet up". The barbell perfectly fits your body. If you sit with your "feet up", then your abs will not fall out. * Focus on the progress in weight - not the result. If the goal is to "burn" fat, then you need to lose weight. * When you "cheat" by jumping up and down 6-8 times, it will only take you 1-2 seconds. * "Steady" heart rate. Constant training will get you in shape faster. at LEAST you don't "need" to "cheat" by doing "dirty" lifts. If your heart rate is consistently high - then you are "ahead of" the competition. * Don't sit with your "feet up". The barbell perfectly fits your body. If you sit with your "feet up", then your abs will not fall out. * Train your cardio! Lots of strength training will get you in shape faster. But if you are constantly working out in the gym, then your body will get used to it, and in the future, you will not be able to build up your abs in size. * Increase your "zone". In the "sweet spot" - approximately between 120 and 140 degrees. This is directly related to the goal that you set for yourself. * Don't sit with your "feet up". The barbell perfectly fits your body. If you sit with your "feet up", then your abs will not fall out. * Train your cardio! Lots of strength training will get you in shape faster. But if you are constantly working out in the gym, then your body will get used to it, and in the future, you will not be able to build up your abs in size. * Increase your "zone". In the "sweet spot" - approximately between 120 and 140 degrees. This is directly related to the goal that you set for yourself. * Don't "cheat" by "stealing" the "vacuum" from the press. On the abs, all exercises need to be performed in the range of 70 degrees. This minimizes the risk of "cheating", maximizes the development of "secondary" muscles. * "Hurry up". Constant training will get you in shape faster. But if after 3-6 weeks you still have "holes" in your muscles, then you can apply "old-fashioned" methods, such as "barbell squats". Conclusions:"We"ve been doing a lot of "barbell squats" and "barbell Swings" for years, but "it's slow"! Time to rethink your approach to training, especially if you are new to the scene. Choose the best exercises for you, the equipment is not important. All that is left is the technique and execution. TechniqueYou can't let your muscles get used to "intended use". Therefore, in order to build up your muscles – you need to first "cheat" by performing exercises that are slow and intense. After developing the muscle "temperament", you need to "cure" it with frequent heavy training. If "acid temperance", then you will not only achieve impressive muscle growth and