Training plans – FIT FOR FUN
A training plan is crucial for successful training. Whether running, swimming, biking, or strength training – the systematic development of Basic Endurance I and GA II is gentle on muscles and joints. Even more important: with the training plan, you are guaranteed to reach your goal. Be it that you want to lose weight, build muscles, or increase speed. When you want to improve and strive for maximum performance continually, a training plan serves to optimize the training. There are training plans for every training level and every goal. For beginners: 10 minutes run at a time. Then: run five or already 10 kilometers. Or the training plan ‘5 kilos off in four weeks’. The good thing about training plans is that they also have built-in regeneration breaks and protect you from being overworked through overtraining. A good exercise plan also includes diet tips. Because the right nutrient intake supports the goal you have set yourself, too high calories or meals at the wrong time can ruin the best training plan. Many beginners make the first mistake at the beginning of the training: They rush headlong into the equipment or the running shoes without being clear about their goals and training level. A bad mood is already programmed at the start.
Our experts are asked repeatedly why the pounds are not melting, or the muscles are not growing, even though you are exercising an incredible amount. Usually, there is no specific training plan. Or it is not adhered to. A systematic method is like a framework: Fixed training dates are transferred to the appointment calendar and set. This aspect of a training plan is essential for motivation. He creates commitment. And security. Because professional training plans like the one from FIT FOR FUN consider the training levels of beginners, advanced and competitive athletes, athletes who train for a competition and a time/goal, the training plan provides the training system and is also a control instrument. If adhered to, the training plan predicts progress and documents progress – or downtime. If there is an interruption, the training plan helps to compensate for the dent. If the goal is to turn fat into muscles on the abdomen, the pulse rates and training times required are different from those of a cardio training plan. Fat burning can be achieved through longer training times with a low heart rate or through interval training with high intensity. Unfortunately, losing weight never works as well as with a training plan. FIT FOR FUN has the right training plan for absolutely every goal.
Dieting While Training
While dieting, it makes sense to reduce your training plan volume a little and go up with the intensity. This avoids the loss of muscle mass and makes fair use of your limited energy during training. What is about the worst thing you can do but still experience, again and again, is to increase the repetitions per set to lose weight so that you supposedly burn more calories. Do not do that! Your body tries to eliminate unnecessary energy guzzlers when it gets less energy from food than it consumes. This is a natural survival mechanism. If our muscles are not trained intensively, our body sees them as unnecessary and breaks them down.
On the other hand, if you train intensely and heavily, you show your body that the muscles are still needed and that you have no choice but to go to the fat reserves. Therefore, your weight loss training plan should primarily consist of heavy multi-joint exercises – more on this later in the exercise part of the article – to show your body that you need the muscles. In the range of 75% to 85% of the 1RM, you are in good hands.
The best way to burn extra calories
The best way to burn extra calories is with light cardio units. During the mass or build-up phase, you can treat yourself to more volume, as you have enough energy available to do this. A training plan for a six-pack with 100 different abdominal exercises, as you often find in specific gossip papers, is simply nonsense. Everyone has a six-pack. This is only hidden behind the belly fat. No matter how much you can train your stomach. If you have too much body fat, no training plan in the world will give you washboard abs. As a rule, around ten sets of ab training sessions per week are sufficient to sufficiently train your abdominal muscles. You are good at it in the range of about 8-15 repetitions. Here you should make sure that both the middle and side abdominal muscles are trained. Abs are made in the kitchen!