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The workout routine was the brain child of Mark Twight, the founder of Gym Jones. In 2005 Mark trained the cast and stunt grew for the 300 movie. He used lots of different methods and routines to get the guys in shape and have that lean muscular look. Even though the methods changed his philosophy remained the constant. Hard work and fitness… appearance, flat stomachs, and 6 pack abs are all the consequence of good fitness. Make someone fit and they will look strong and lean. That is exactly what he did to get the Hollywood actors to get the physiques of Spartan warriors.

Anyone who wants to start working out will need to seek advice from people who already have experience on it. Consult friends who do workouts. Find a gym instructor who will help. Buy a good workout booklet. It is important that you get to have correct advice so that your efforts are not put to waste.

By the way, I prefer dumbbells because they require a little more action out of supporting muscles and muscle groups that don’t get quite the same Compete in teams every month with barbells… and they are easier to store and travel with.

For example: perform 1 set of all the A exercises as listed, rest for 30 seconds then move onto the B exercises, rest for 30 seconds and then do all the C exercises. That then completes one round of all the exercises. You can then repeat all the tris-sets another 2 times to complete all exercises 3 times each.

Knowledge and awareness: Most people do not have prior knowledge of health and fitness that hurdles them in achieving their health and fitness goals. People should read many reviews before jumping into any workout and take the decision after knowing their bodily conditions. If they have a medical history of bad knees, joints or spine injury, they should avoid high intensity workouts that require jumping and moving fast.

The next step is to find exercises that work the muscles you decided to build up. These exercises should include weights because in order workout plan to build muscle rather than maintain them you will need to be able to increase the weights. Increasing weights forces your muscles to build larger and stronger in order to support the increases.

Running/Intermediate-After your warm up run at a moderate pace for 3-5 minutes and then run full out for 1 minute. As your fitness level improves you will decrease your moderate time and even pick up the pace a little. Remember, the goal is your target heart rate.

Treat your body right and it will give you the results you are looking for. Come up with a solid exercise plan that is not impossible to follow. Also, be sure to stretch to prevent injuries and eat well after a workout. Follow these steps and you will see results. Listen to your body and be patient. Getting the body you want will take time. Plan your workouts and let the changes come naturally.