If you’re a fan of the sport of bodybuilding, then you may want to get some practice with the trainer you want.
A recent study by sports scientist and author of Bodybuilding: The Complete Guide by Stephen N. Fitts has found that many of the best athletes use some form of training program to build muscle.
And in some cases, it may actually be the best way to get your body to build.
The research, which was conducted by the sports medicine and research firm The Institute for Sports Medicine (ISMS), focused on how training methods can help athletes develop more muscle mass.
For example, if you’re looking to add muscle to your legs, then a strength training program might be ideal.
But if you want to build up your lower body, then bodybuilding can help you.ISMS research showed that training with a trainer was actually more effective at building muscle than training alone.
“Athletes with a bodybuilding-specific training program performed better than those with no training program compared to those with just strength training,” the study authors wrote.
“In fact, these athletes had more total body mass and lower body strength gains than those training alone.”
The researchers found that a group of elite bodybuilders had more muscle gains than a similar group of non-athletes, who also trained with the same trainer.
“In this study, athletes who were trained by a sports medicine specialist experienced more muscle gain compared to the group who were not,” the authors wrote, “which suggests that strength training can contribute to muscle gains and increase muscle mass.”
As for how to get started with training, the researchers suggested that people should start with a two-week training cycle.
The plan should focus on working on building a base of strength, endurance and power that’s more than 50 percent of their bodyweight.
Then, after two weeks, the athlete should continue to work on adding muscle.
Then the training cycle should be repeated every two months.
The study authors also recommended a weekly training program, with some emphasis on building muscle.
“The three training cycles should include a variety of exercises and sets, and include a high-intensity program, such as a three-to-four-week cycle, followed by a lower-intensity cycle, or a longer-duration cycle,” they wrote.
“However, in addition to using this cycle, a strength and conditioning coach may also be able to use it to provide a training stimulus to improve the athlete’s overall training effectiveness.”