Hennie Kotze

Bodybuilding Training

 

Bodybuilding Training – Strength Exercising Tips

Strength exercises are an important part of bodybuilding training. Without doing strength exercises your muscles simply will not develop. The number one rule then for bodybuilding training apart from the many other rules such as warm-up, cooling down, and nutrition is to do strength exercises.

There are various types of strength exercises which form part of proper bodybuilding training including exercises that focus on developing the following:

Keep the following in mind when doing strength exercises as part of bodybuilding training:


Rather do two or three reps slowly than doing ten to twenty fast. Slow means control and it also means more muscle building. Fast movements are for cardio and will not really add to strength building. Do the exercises right and as such make sure you get help or advice from a bodybuilding training expert.

Hennie Kotze has won the overall championship at the SA IFBB Pro competitions and has competed on several national and international levels with tremendous success. Hennie has also trained numerous other competitors to reach their goals and who have also competed on high level. As such Hennie should be the first choice of trainer when it comes to bodybuilding training in Gauteng. Contact Hennie as a bodybuilding training expert to help you train in the correct manner.



 

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