Everyone wants to build a body to look at Handsome, Smart, and Fit. They see their role models as their inspiration and want to achieve a body just like that. What you really need to know is that just workout or just diet isn't going to help in achieving your desired body. First of all, you need to understand your body type, height, weight, your food to muscle growth, or loss ratio means do you gain or lose weight if you don’t workout depending upon your food intake. Generally, there are three body types considering Height, Weight, and Size which are known as Ectomorph, Mesomorph, and Endomorph.
Ectomorph represents those who are long and skinny, Mesomorph represents those who are in between skinny and fat but they contain some percentage of fat and Endomorph represents those who are fat. Different workout strategies are used for different body types. If you have an ectomorph body type then your workout strategy is that you have to consume more calories than you burn, for example, let us assume that you have consumed 6000 calories and you did a workout and have burned 3000 calories so the rest 3000 calories will help you in getting muscles and gaining weight. If you have a mesomorph body type then you have to burn more calories than you consume, for example, you have consumed 3500 calories and burn 3000 calories because your body has little fat which you have to burn and the rest calories will help in getting lean muscle.
If you have an endomorph body type then you have to consume less and burn more calories for example you have to consume 1000 calories and burn 3000 calories because your body has fat which you have to burn in order to get fit. Then comes the training schedule. Workouts with minimum repetitions with minimum sets starting from light to heavyweights for the ectomorph. For the mesomorph body type, start to workout with bringing variations in repetitions and sets starting from medium to heavyweights.
And for endomorph body type training depend upon strength-based workouts starting from medium to heavy with maximum repetitions and sets. Remember one thing 60 percent is diet 20 percent is the workout and 20 percent is rest. Diet plays the most important role followed by workout and sleep which helps in the growth of muscle. Keep a workout routine of yourself and follow a properly balanced diet. Avoid junk foods, eat low carbohydrates, and have good fats and calories, add protein to your diet for best results.
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