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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

How to build a proportional body?

Bodybuilding and body proportion.

The biggest mistake that most of the bodybuilders often fall for is to work only on one or tow muscle types. Those muscle types most of the time belong to the upper body (biceps, chest and back) and look good in the bedroom mirror (lets assume that the mirror is not a full size one).
You do not want to build a huge upper body and carry on sticks, I mean on your legs. Yes, proportion matters and your workout routine has to build your body equally. To make sure that you have the right routine you should take a picture of your body, prior to you your workout routine and 2 – 3 months later and compare it. If any of your body parts looks too big on the picture it means that body part is out of proportion and you have to adjust your plan accordingly.

What to do when your body grows out of proportion?

The first thing to do is look at your workout routine and analyse it. If you are dedicating too much effort on your upper body and little time on your lower body that could be the main issue. In this case you have to allocate time from your upper body routine to the less developed lower body, which is falling behind. Please note that you never ever have to stop working out on the more developed body part. You just have to make sure that you are going to be able to build, your entire body, equally.

Help needed?

If you do not have enough experience to build the right bodybuilding workout routine for yourself you should see a personal trainer to adjust or build it for you.

Most neglected body parts to train on.

Calves, legs and forearms are the most neglected body parts that are missing from most of the bodybuilder’s bodybuilding routine.
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