I am 5"10 and 153 lbs. I am a medium build. I would like to know the.
Evelyn - From Ontario, Canada :
I am 5"10 and 153 lbs. I am a medium build. I would like to know the
best way to turn my body into lean muscle. What is the best weekly program?
If a person at 5'10" and 153 lbs. is currently in an untrained condition,
a good way to start a conditioning program would be with a weight lifting
routine performed three times a week working the major muscles of the body
such as the legs, chest, back, shoulders, arms and abdominals each workout.
He or she would also want to begin a cardiovascular fitness program at this
time to complement the weight routine. This routine could include such
aerobic exercises such as running, walking, bicycling, swimming, rollerblading
If the person is currently out of condition, beginning workouts
should be only of perhaps a fifteen to twenty minute duration, and of moderate
intensity. As conditioning improves, adding five minutes to the duration of
the exercise until one reaches a total time of forty-five minutes should bring
the person to relatively good cardiovascular condition. Three to five of these
cardiovascular workouts a week should do the trick. A final factor in helping
to develop a muscular physique is diet. One's food choices should focus on
vegetables and fruit, lean meats, fish, and skinless chicken, and whole grain
products. Staying away from snack foods, sweets, alcohol, and other treats
filled with "empty calories" will also help move a person toward the
development of lean muscle. This website will soon be offering individual,
customized, training programs to our readers. Please stay tuned for their
announcement, so we can help you on your road to fitness and lean muscle.
That's it for this time,
By: Larry Pazdra -CSCS
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