Most, if not all, want a well developed beach body, but that is not a goal that takes you towards your vision. It is better to make specific goals before starting your workout plans.
Most trainees are not aware of planning their workout according to their needs as getting huge is not a goal. Even those, who are clear with their goals, often fail to take factors like time, experience and energy level into consideration.
ANSWERING 2 QUESTIONS MAY HELP YOU FOCUS YOUR GOALS
Question No: 1 – What am I doing these workouts for?
What I am working for is the basic question and there are essentially two possible replies for this.
To get better at a sport or become better at a specific sport
To be in good shape
As you have landed on a bodybuilding website, it can be assumed that you are more diverted to be a physique athletic.
Question No: 2 – How long is Your Training Experience?
The next big question is how long have you been training? If less than a year is your reply, then it is recommended to stick with 2-3 whole body workouts every week.
OBJECTIVES RELATED TO IMPROVE PHYSIQUE
The objectives around improving your body shape might mean 3 following things
Getting leaner body
Getting Huge Body
Working on a particular part of the body
Once you have decided which body part to be improving you need to make more specific objectives.
To apply a consistent and reasonable effort over an extended period of time is the key to reach your specific muscular goals. Partially completed reps can only build your self-esteem but result in building half a physique