Lee Hayward's Total Fitness Bodybuilding

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Is There A Perfect Workout Routine?

Lee Hayward
Lee Hayward
* Certified Strength Coach
* Competitive Bodybuilder & Powerlifter

Dear Friend,

I get a lot of e-mail from people asking me all sorts of exercise related questions such as:

  • How many days per week should I workout?

  • How many exercises should I do for each body part?

  • How many sets and reps should I do?

  • Heavy weights & low reps or light weights & high reps?

  • How often should I train each body part?

  • Etc. Etc. Etc...

Well, the simple answer is that there is really no right or wrong way to workout. You could ask 10 different bodybuilders to explain their workout routine and most likely you would get 10 different answers.

You will find people growing on routines that most bodybuilding literature rejects as ineffective. A lot is written about overtraining for instance. Yet, some of the top bodybuilders flourish on daily workouts that last for 3 hours! Others obtain awesome muscularity on a short 45 minute barbell blasting program. How can this be?

"Everything works, but nothing works forever."

That is probably the most important thing to remember for making consistent progress with your workouts. You can follow most any type of workout routine and you will make good progress for the first several weeks (provided that you are getting adequate nutrition, rest, etc.). But generally after a period of time of following a set workout program your progress will slow down and eventually you will no longer make progress with that particular routine.

Our bodies are very smart and naturally accommodate to stress. Your body will add as little muscle as necessary to get the job done. This is why construction workers get only big enough to handle the exact amount of work they do during a days work and no bigger, even though they are doing physical work all day long.

Adding muscle is a very unnatural thing to your body. You must constantly throw "curve balls" at your muscles to get them to grow. Generally, you will make the best progress within the first 6 weeks of starting a new workout routine. After 6 weeks your body starts to adapt and your muscle gains slow down.

In fact I can help you cut through all the confusion with your very own customized training program designed to fit your individual training goal, schedule and experience level. You can start off with a basic training regimen and as you become more advanced in your workouts you can move on to more advanced routines and really kick your training up a notch to take your muscular development to the next level.

By following this type of progressive system you will learn the training options and techniques that will save you years of trial and error learning and set you on the right path to becoming your own muscle building expert!

"Lee's training programs are a wealth of knowledge"

Trevor Prior It doesn't matter how long you've been weight training you can always know more. Lee's has a wealth of knowledge to share.

The customized diet programs and workout programs that he provides are awesome and give excellent guidance. Following his stuff has really helped me dramatically improve my strength and muscle gains.

Proper training gives real results and real results are what you will get from the awesome training system that Lee has put together.

Trevor Prior

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