A lot of people talk about “switching it up” with your workouts. Why? A lot of the time, people say this is so your body never gets used to the workouts you are doing. … Click here to read the full article
I tried the first tip with my first morning gym class and they were crawling by the end of the workout LOL!!!! I was laughing my butt off in an evil kind of way. They were absolutely humbled. I told them the workout the night before and they thought it looked simple. Little did they know how those small little muscles would fatigue so fast before doing the big exercises! I had a lot of fun with it and I am certainly going to use it every so often to “shock” their systems…..
I do have to admit something though. I am a little bit scared to do it myself haha!! I had my class do it, but, I might wait a little bit before I step up to the challenge!
i don’t believe in changing just for the sake of changing. the only time i recommend changing your program is when you stop seeing results/progress. “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”.
it is nice to change things up from time to time, but you shouldn’t get bored with a program after only a couple weeks, and if you structured the program well and made it challenging, you should see results and not need to change anything for a good month or two.
Pete are you saying do the same reps ranges, weights sets and exercises for 1-2 months??
you can follow a program however try to improve every week by increasing rep ranges, weights ect.. i am not saying change up the workout completley however i dont think it would hurt to challenge yourself.. that is what i was saying.. bottom line you have to challenge yourself and be in tune with your body..