10 Lessons Learned from Squatting 400 Pounds
Squatting with 400 pounds is not an easy task and is not achieved
in a day. You have to do lots of thongs, follow a strict diet, follow the proper
plan and many more.
Do it right and with the right trainer. If you are new in the field then don’t think of
starting doing all alone. It’s always good to take advice. Do it with stronger people,
because when you will see more weights in their bars then you will feel
to miss exercises. Here’s the formula for hunching down 400 pounds:
Make a routine of doing squats2-3 times a
Increase the weight every week.
Don’t skip the gym for long period.
else fails, go slower. If you think that you cannot increase 10 pounds every
week then start with 5 pounds. The most important thing is you should not get
hurt during the workout.
important concern should be your health. If you are stressed then it’s
impossible to focus on your workout and maybe,
you end up hurting yourself.
and practice are important. Your warm up
should be same as your workout. To achieve certain results you require
practice. Practice hard and regularly. The person who practices the most does the
the questions like what surrounding people are thinking of me? Am I doing it
right? If you are powerful and doing a great job then, you will gain positive
attention and comparison, it makes you feel confident about yourself. But first
of all, you should be confident that
whatever you are doing is great.
the volume before intensity. Start with
small weights and slowly increase the weight. It requires your patience and
hard work but results will be tremendous. If you are ready with lots of volumes then work on your intensity.
Measure your everyday records. Never think that
you cannot do it or cannot carry this much weight. Never lose hope, maybe not
today but tomorrow or day after tomorrow you will succeed.
keep yourself motivated. If you enter the gym with motivation and dedication
then your frequency of workout increases.
yourself in the mirror because it shows
you the one line picture. Feel your body.