Starting again after the summer holidays and after a long period of inactivity, with your...
2019-09-02 13:37:31
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Resumption of training: The rules for STARTING GOOD

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Starting again after the summer holidays and after a long period of inactivity, with your training is never a simple thing. Many have asked us if it is the period of inactivity could in some way affect the negative and the results obtained during the course of the year; my answer has always been to say that the period of inactivity serves mainly to rest the body after long periods of intense training, the joints and the mind.
Now I would like to introduce you and guide you in this beginning of your training period with guidelines that will be important to then obtain the maximum and several successive months. First and foremost, the first advice I give you is to start by degrees, that is, work gradually in the gym but above all consistently.

High repetitions - Try above all in the first training periods not to exaggerate with the intensity but to work through a higher volume of exercises now impious than the repetitions that can go from 10 to 15 with an average load.
Proper loading - Reconnecting to the speech made before, do not overdo the load especially in the initial phase but rather went to look for that Warm up that we will need to then get a good base on which we can work to achieve future successes.

Multifrequency - Do not immediately go in search of specialization in body parts or try to work too locally but in this period work with the classic total-body programming for at least 10-15 days. My advice is to do an exercise for each muscle group, maybe two for the legs, throughout your workout.

Core - don't forget to work on two fundamental aspects: abdomen stability exercises such as all types of Plank, both static and dynamic, and exercises on mobility. In this last parameter it is clear that you do not have to become a contortionist but in any case you need to have good mobility of both the scapulohumeral and the coxo-femoral because most of the exercises will require excellent joint and mobility support.