CrossFit Workout and Powerlifting Strength Programs: Training Cardio and Bodybuilder Hypertrophy

There are millions of training articles and videos out there with only a fraction worth watching. Therefore, having a good summary of what is out there helps you save time. Having the results of hundreds of hours of research and hard work can be useful in presenting the most relevant information back. Whether you are an athlete, crossfitter or bodybuilder, all these videos are very interesting stuff.

In a nutshell, the best of the web in terms of CrossFit, Powerlifting, Olympic Weight lifting, Bodybuilding and Cardio workouts is already there with the videos and workout tips so you’re able to reach your full potential. It’s just a matter of finding the greatest videos available.

To become your own Strength Sensei (so to speak), you need to workout the best way there is: The Safe Way! And focusing on the type of gym workout or CrossFit WOD that you need.

Area of focus:

  1. Leg workouts
  2. Arm workouts
  3. Core workouts
  4. Back workout
  5. Chest workout
  6. Six pack abs workout
  7. CrossFit workouts
  8. Lower ab workouts

There are tens of thousands of gyms out there, and although the personalized approach of a good CrossFit coach of personal trainer can’t be replicated, we believe it is also a good thing to do some research on your own.

To be working out safely, you need to know the basics and focus on technique first.

Once you know the theory of training, you’ll be able to practice and keep a close eye on your programming, work on your strengths and weaknesses, visualize your development, value the quality of coaching you receive, maximize your gains and reduce the risk for injuries.

This is why any athlete can benefit from technically sound videos and theories about CrossFit (CrossFit, cross fit, cross fitness or cross training, however you want to name it), Powerlifting (including Strength programs), Olympic Weight lifting, Bodybuilding (including Muscle hypertrophy workouts) and Cardio workout. Along with all of that, the knowledge of the body’s Musculoskeleton is interesting and includes various muscle groups specifics and joint mobility aspect that can help you visualize the movements and restrictions you might face.

Area of focus #1: The Movements

  1. Deadlift
  2. Squat
  3. Pull ups
  4. Clean and Jerk
  5. Chin up
  6. Push up
  7. Running
  8. Swimming

  9. etc.

Area of focus #1: The Musculoskeleton

  1. Calf
  2. Chest
  3. Forearm
  4. Glutes
  5. Hamstrings
  6. Back (Lats, Traps, Erectors)
  7. Quadriceps
  8. Joint mobility:
    1. Hip
    2. Knee
    3. Shoulder
    4. Wrists
    5. Ankles

Focusing on the most efficient technique possible is the best way to prevent any setbacks or injuries. And for that to happen, you need good coaching, proper motivation and time to train and research. You can watch videos, read articles and build training programs and much more so you’re able to learn the movements and build strength and muscle with the proper form.

If performed the correct way, CrossFit, Powerlifting, Olympic weight lifting, Bodybuilding and Cardio workouts will make you a better athlete.

They are great sports and training programs for millions of athletes, crossfitters and bodybuilders, and we all need to promote the best and safest way to perform. Because to keep improving, you have to focus on the simpler aspects of training:

1. Learning good training patterns and muscle memory (Technique);

2. Lifting faster and/or heavier (Power); and

3. Having the physical and mental resilience to keep going (Endurance), while not getting injured.

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