Okay, so what is the truth of the matter?
The purest way to train anyone is to have him or her do a specific strength movement four times a week with little rest. Perform a couple sets of 4-8 reps for each exercise and then perform relatively few total repetitions anywhere from two to twenty five. I recommend at least three sets for most people, as this will help build muscle which burns more calories per day than doing fewer reps on fewer exercises. Building muscle doesn’t work unless you eat enough food over an adequate period of time. In addition, it’s important to make sure your diet is as pure as possible as well as working out hard enough that you feel some sort of fatigue after performing each set/exercise combination. You can’t expect proper recovery otherwise. This may sound simplistic but it works extremely well and has no ill effects if done correctly -most likely because it’s correct!
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. Also, I’m not sure what you mean by ‘the individual deserves to find his or her own motivation’. You could be talking about the individual’s self-motivation because that’s what drives them to set goals and persue things (and everyone is different in this respect). Or it could mean the athlete needs to find their own personal motivation for wanting to be good at something. That might sound stupid when I put it like that, but isn’t it pretty much how we all think before we try something? If it does come down to self-motivation than go ahead. Set your goals. Work hard at reaching them. But if someone else can help you get there – in our case by helping us teach others in our gym – then why wouldn’t they? As I said before, just because someone wants working out doesn’t mean they WANT to workout with trainers because of some deep seeded psychological thing inside themselves that will probably never change no matter what anyone says or does except through time and maybe making their training more fun for them.
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