Skinny, sexy, fat, plus-size, short, tall – everybody has their own definition of body types. The thing is, every body is unique. Each of these body types has different ways to burn calories or keep you in shape. Some exercises can be effective for me, but not for you, so it’s important to know how to train your body type and which actually works.
See how training for your body type works in this article by strength and conditioning coach Lee Boyce on Men’s Fitness:
TRAIN FOR YOUR BODY TYPE
You’ve been hearing it from your mom your whole life: You’re special. And at least when it comes to weight training, you are. Every body is different—some respond well to one kind of exercise, while another exercise can be downright dangerous. For the best long- term gains, you need to find which exercises are the most effective and safest for how you’re built. The following two routines will help you on this journey, offering examples of how a taller, long-limbed guy can train for the best results, and how a shorter, stockier man should go about it. Read more…
Most of us know the skinny, sexy and fat body types, but we haven’t heard much about the terms like ectomorphs, mesomorphs, and endomorphs. Ectomorphs are actually the skinny ones, mesomorphs are the athletic ones, and endomorphs are the heavy ones.
Athlete and personal trainer Noah Bryant shares a few tips on how to train these body types on Muscle and Fitness:
WEIGHT TRAINING FOR YOUR BODY TYPE
The human body can be broken into three distinct body types, ectomorphs, endomorphs, and mesomorphs. Everyone falls into one of these three categories. Your body type is the hand in which you were dealt, what you do with it is completely up to you. Some were born lean, some were born fat, but all were born with the ability to shape their body. Read more…
Now that you know that different exercises have a variety of effects on specific body types, it may be confusing to try sports or exercises. The good news is that there are exercises that are safe and effective for all body types. An article on Prevention listed nine step-by-step exercises you can try at home:
9 Strength-Training Moves For Every Size
Scan fitness magazines and workout websites, and you’ll notice a trend: Lots of young, super-fit people smiling as they sweat through extreme training programs. But people who are overweight or obese may not be comfortable completing those types of exercises—the moves could even be dangerous if you’re not already fit. Read more…
Aside from a proper workout, it’s also important to make sure you are eating a healthy balanced diet and getting enough sleep.
Don’t get discouraged if you have a plus size body. It doesn’t really matter what body type you have now as you can easily achieve a sexy, fit body with a proper knowledge on how to train your body type.
from The Nutrition Club http://thenutritionclub.blogspot.com/2015/09/how-to-train-your-body-type.html
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September 29, 2015 at 11:12AM