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Training Methods:
What is the ideal training method?

What is the ideal training method?

A series of training methods are described on this page.
Which one of these training methods is the best one? Is there such a thing as the ideal training method?

Yes, there is an ideal training method! Each individual differs in appearance and size which means that selecting the ideal training method will also vary from person to person. It is necessary to try out all of the training methods. Always give your body at least 4 to 6 weeks to react to each of the individual training methods. Patience and perseverance are essential when trying to find the most suitable training method for your body.

At the end of the day the point of doing training is to listen to your body. You will only reach optimal results if you acknowledge these signals

Training routines provided by top athletes should only be used as motivation. Try not to copy training routines from books or magazines over a long period of time.


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