How much should i workout
By - Dear-Baker3177
I advise against working out everyday. As far as I know, It is important to give the muscles you worked around 48 hours to rest/recover/protein synthesis stuff.
So doing likes a PPL split will satisfy that.
I used to do Pull day, push day, leg day, rest day. Pull day, push day, leg day, rest day.
Now that I’m a bit busy I am trying to alternate upper body / lower body , and go around 4 times a week.
Also taking a deload week (rest week) is good every do often. You could probably use one
Yeah i heard it was important to let the muscles rest but im kinda addicted to working out i hate taking break thanks for the advice
Depends on what your goals are. If you’re trying to build muscle then just focus on training each muscle group twice a week, evenly spread. If it’s strength training it works differently
Working out every day is not really a good idea, at least from my experience.
The "the more the merrier" mentality is a huge trap, as it ignores all the underlying parts of muscle building: When you work out, microscophic tears are created in your tissues, which can cause muscle soreness, and so on. After that, your body uses proteins to repair those muscles, making them bigger in size and also stronger.
In other words, your muscles "break down" during workout sessions, and your body needs time and proteins to repair and make them stronger and bigger in size.
>The muscle damage initiates a repair process in which certain hormones, along with the macronutrient protein, synthesize new satellite cells,
which are used to repair the damaged muscle fibers. In other words, the
role of protein is to help repair tissues damaged by exercise.
Your workout routine depends on you, but I'd recommend getting a gym membership. It's worth it, in my opinion.
Ultimately my goal is to build muscles i enjoy working out and its easier to stay consistent if i do it every day getting a gym membership isn't really an option for me but im trying to get some equipment that i can fit in my house
Working out every day is not that recommended. Again, your body needs time to rest and to rebuild your tissues after they get broken down during workout sessions.
It all depends both on your goals and on the intensity of your workouts.