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Teenage Bodybuilding Workout Plan
There used to be a lot of controversy about getting teenagers to lift weights at all in the old days. The reason was that many experts agreed that teenager's bones are still growing and any extra stress on the connective tissue would possibly only cause more damage.
But things have changed a lot in the last 30 years with the continued extensive research that is always been done in the field of Sports Science. In fact training for teenagers has now got down to a simple for formula that needs to be followed.
The formula is the following: S=D(T+N+R)
S = the success that you achieve in your program.
D = the determination that you have to achieve success.
T = the bodybuilding training that you'll use.
N = is your well-supplemented nutritional program designed for lean muscle gains and fat loss.
R = rest & recovery.
The truth is that this type of formula would apply to most athletic endeavors but the experience with teenagers over the years shows that the most valuable commodity when a teenager is trying to build muscle is sheer determination to achieve what they want.
The N on the formula stands for nutrition and not supplements as the supplements that you may or may not take to help with your bodybuilding if you are a teenager is actually just a subcomponent. Your basic nutrition that you eat on a daily basis will always be the basic foundation of any successful muscle building story.
You need to start with the basics and buying expensive creatine supplements is not a good idea in your first year of training as a teenager. It is little things like eating more protein and adding flax seed oil for your essential fatty acid requirements which are a LOT more important that any new and fancy creatine or other supplements on the market.
If there is anything that needs to be said about supplements then it has to be Vitamin C, which as a teenager is going to ensure that you get the best results. The last and the most important is the T in the formula above, which is the training that you do.
If you have been training for less than a year then it is strongly recommended that you train 3 days a week using basic compound exercises and resting as short a time as possible between sets. This will not only build muscle and increase your core strength but will make you a better athlete at any sport.
Barbell Squats 3 x 12 to 15 reps
Lying Leg Curls 3 x 12 to 15 reps
Standing Calf Raises 3 x 15 to 20 reps
Barbell Bench Press 3 x 10 to 12 reps
Barbell Rows 3 x 10 to 12 reps
Shoulder Press 3 x 10 to 12 reps
Bicep Curls 3 x 10 to 12 reps
Triceps Pushdowns 3 x 10 to 12 reps
Abdominal Crunches 3 x 25 reps
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