66 Laws You CAN NOT Ignore in Fitness-3

11. Don't blindly pursue weight at the expense of form:

Some bodybuilders, in their quest for greater muscle mass or greater strength, may focus too much on lifting weight and neglect proper form. Sacrificing form in order to increase weight may lead to substandard movements, increase the risk of injury, and also affect the stimulation effect of muscles.

The goal of fitness is not only to increase the weight, but more importantly, to effectively stimulate the muscles through the correct posture and form. Reasonably choose the weight that suits you, maintain the accuracy and stability of the movement, and gradually increase the load while ensuring the maximum fitness effect.

12. Don’t just focus on outer beauty and ignore inner health:

The original intention of many people to start exercising is to improve their external image and hope to have a better-looking figure. While outer beauty is visible, the importance of inner health cannot be overlooked. Fitness is not just for appearance, but more importantly, to improve the overall health level.

Through exercise, you can improve intrinsic health markers such as cardiovascular fitness, bone density, and regulation of blood sugar and blood pressure. Good health makes us more energetic, more resistant to disease, and improves our quality of life. Therefore, while pursuing external beauty, we must also pay attention to internal health, making fitness a comprehensive health management method.

13. High-intensity training cannot be performed on an empty stomach:

Some people may choose to perform high-intensity training on an empty stomach in order to lose weight or increase training effects. However, the body's energy supply is insufficient in the fasting state, which may lead to hypoglycemia, dizziness and fatigue, and even affect the performance of training.

Before exercising, you should make sure you are eating the right amount of food, especially digestible carbohydrates. This provides enough energy to allow us to perform better and be more efficient when training.

14. Proper nutritional intake cannot be neglected:

Fitness is not only about exercising, but also about diet. Proper nutritional intake is critical to achieving fitness results.

Muscles need protein to repair and grow during a workout, so make sure you're getting enough protein, which you can get from lean meats, fish, eggs, dairy, and more. At the same time, it is necessary to take in an appropriate amount of carbohydrates to provide the energy needed for exercise, and an appropriate amount of fat to maintain the normal functions of the body. In addition, eating more vegetables and fruits and supplementing with vitamins and minerals can help strengthen the body's immunity and health.

15. Cannot train the same part frequently:

Some people want to develop more muscles in a particular area and may train that area more frequently. But frequent training of the same part not only fails to accelerate muscle growth, but can easily lead to overtraining and muscle fatigue.

In the fitness plan, the training of different parts should be allocated reasonably, so that the muscles have enough recovery time. Generally speaking, the training interval of the same muscle group should be more than 48 hours, so that the muscles can be fully rested and grown. By comprehensively training all parts, not only can maintain the balanced development of the body, but also help to improve the overall athletic ability.


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