Everyone’s first year or so of training should be spent learning movement patterns and developing a base level of strength. But once you get past these beginning stages, if you want to reach a specific goal, you have to get very specific about your training. This goes for growing bigger arms, pulling a 500-pound deadlift or getting on stage in a Speedo and a deep tan. Be a generalist and you’ll get mediocre results. Spend your hours in the gym working towards one main goal, however, will yield results much more quickly than you might expect. So, if you want freaky-deaky pipes, don’t be afraid to lay off the Olympic lifts and improving your mile time for a while and focus on the task at hand.
this is Teja,
ive been working out in the gym frm past 9mntz….n m happy about my body tranformation…nw the problem here is i can still feel the body soft n still grab a layer of skin or d fat which u say into my handz….
i mean itz like every where my stomach where the abs are’nt dat clear,my bicep itz 16inch bt with the extra fat which i can grab…..
over all u can say a gym physiq which is soft or which isn toned…i weigh …n d bmi is 20%…
so could u plz suggest me with few exercises or a diet or nything which ive got to follow….!!!
What is a "complete" protein? That is a protein source that contains all the essential amino acids (protein is composed of amino acids) that are required by your body to support growth. These sources are: red meat, chicken, fish, eggs, and dairy products. Other foods like beans and nuts have protein, but it is an incomplete protein. They do not contain all the essential amino acids to support growth, so don't depend on those to supply your protein needs. Just eat plenty of good wholesome food and try to avoid the sugary junk. A little now and then won't hurt you, though.