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By Shawn Stevenson

In recent times, people are very conscious about their physique. There are lots of people, who are trying to get the well-toned body, but only a few have been able to obtain it and the rest just fizzle.

What’s the reason behind this? This is the most common question which arises.

Most of the people would answer this by saying that maintaining a ripped body is a difficult thing. In order to get a well-toned body one has to spend lots of time in the gym, he needs to take harmful drugs to boost up body muscles then only he can build a perfect and well-toned body.

Well, this is the misconception about body building. Body building is a simple understanding of human physiology and anatomy once you understand this so you can work in these boundaries in order to obtain the perfect body as you want.

Body building is not a rocket science. The most important thing to make sure is your body building diet and workout methods are all natural you are not using harmful supplements which have many negative after effects on the body and internal organs.

By doing this, you can keep your body healthy and well-toned for a long time.

Here, I am shedding the light on important tips for beginners which will help you in achieving your goal.

Make a plan: This is the first and the most important step of body building. It’s very important to make a plan because if you just start moving from one exercise to another without any proper plan or goal in mind so this can create a muscle imbalance which will lead to any injury.

There are so many shape wears available in the market such as the waist trainers, butt lifters and the like that also need to be a part of your plan so that your hard working could easily be turned into smart working.

A 50-minute soft workout would lend you gains of two-hour complete exercise after wearing those shape wears as they constantly burn the fat from the part you are wearing.  So you can prevent most injuries in the gym or at home by making a proper plan of your exercise.

Warm up the body: Warming up your body is very important for effective exercise. Before start workout, you should warm up your body in order to avoid any injury. The warm up session usually takes 5 to 10 minutes you can extend the time if you feel the need.

You can start this by doing 5 to 10 minutes of easy cardio work on a treadmill or start off exercising on the spot and then exercise forwards and backwards. Move your arms upward and downward in flow with your steps.

Always adopt right exercise technique: Exercise technique is one of the major components which determine your success. It also influences your injury risk. You should do your stretching at the end of work out for the best results.

Weight lifting is another important exercise for bodybuilding. Improper weight lifting may cause bouncing or jerking motions this will lead to severe injuries like ligament and tendon strains and tearing of the muscle.

If you are using improper techniques so you are just wasting your all time without achieving anything.

Abstain overtraining: Too much exercise causes a negative effect on your body. Pushing your body through tough measures too fast can easily result in injury. Over training could lay you off for a couple of months and destroy your training plan. Taking proper rest is very important for bodybuilding.

For muscle strength, it is essential that muscle fibers are torn under the strain of lifting weights and then repair. This process takes place when the body is at rest if your body is not getting adequate amount of rest so muscle can’t repair and causing muscles weaker and sore.

The initial sign and symptoms of overtraining are the decline in workout performance, persistent fatigue, and soreness of muscles and lack of motivation for training. The only cure of it is adequate rest.

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