Body Coaching Newsletter | Issue #134 | July
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Mr Labrada, I was told by our gym instructor that
I must change all the exercises in my workout
every 4 weeks or I won't make any additional
seems to make sense but would appreciate your
opinion on this matter . I have friends in the gym
who say this is a myth. They have great physiques
and use many of the same exercises for
you in advance for your help.
Hi Hugo, in my honest opinion:
know a lot of people might disagree with me on
this topic, but I believe in far less frequent
changes. This opinion is anchored in the age old
adage: "If it ain't broke, don't fix
you are experiencing good progress in your
physique and strength under a current regimen, why
change it just for the sake of changing it
Use your current regimen until your results
begin to diminish, or your goals demand a
different type of training. Keep in mind when I
say this, I don't mean stop using progressive
resistance. While I advocate sticking to a
routine until it becomes less effective, you
should still use a heavier weight or decrease rest
times when your previous working weights start to
My opinion on why you shouldn't change your
workouts frequently, just to match an
arbitrary time scale is based on extensive
personal experience. There are core
exercises that should be considered fundamental to
any hypertrophy program. Replacing them, simply
for the sake of change, isn't optimal.
presses, and rows immediately come to mind. These
exercises have enough variants and machines that
replicate the motion to keep people doing a new
form of the exercise every week for a year.
However, the fact of the matter is that the basic
motions work for everyone - from your complete
novice to an IFBB pro.
The point being, there is only so many things
you can change about a workout in terms of
exercises, before your changing things just for
the sake of changing them.
Alright, so if you aren't supposed to change
up the exercises all the time, what are you
supposed to change ?
touched on it earlier, but the most important
variables in training, in my opinion, are not that
of exercises, but the weight, reps, and rest used
to perform these exercises.
your workouts in this respect still keeps the body
guessing, but at the same time you aren't getting
away from your tried and true
cycling your weights and reps schemes, for
example: If you do heavy flat barbell presses one
week for 6-8 reps per set, the next time you train
chest you could do dumbbell incline for 10-12 reps
while concentrating on control and
this will keep your body guessing, which is why
proponents of changing your workouts recommend it
in the first place. However using my approach will
allow you to remain focused on exercises that
benefit YOU the most.
implementing this version of altering your workout
instead of throwing your entire workout out every
four weeks. I promise you won't regret it.
next time, stay healthy and
lean, live lean!
for a Lean Body,
& CEO Of Labrada
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