Rapid Reflux Relief Program By Nick O Conner and Richard Harrow

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What is your current level?

For beginners or experts? The second step in preparing a training program is to determine the current level of performance.

Of course it makes a big difference whether you are a complete beginner (up to 6 months of training experience) or an experienced athlete (starting with 1.5 – 2 years of experience).

An example to clarify:

While beginners need to perform mainly complex exercises and learn training techniques correctly, experienced athletes can also work with intensity techniques and individual muscle group isolation exercises.exercises workout program

No matter what level you are at, thanks to our free Body Check you can define your goals and get individual and personalized advice on sports and nutrition.

Where do you want to train?

Not everyone wants to take a gym membership to achieve their goal. And in fact the gym is not the only solution. You can also train at home, outdoors or with a sports association.

The place where he will train, however, must be taken into consideration when preparing the program, since the first will have a strong impact on the choice of exercises.

Some exercises can be easily done outdoors or, with little effort, even at home.

These include in particular functional bodyweight exercises, in which you train only with your own body weight.

Those who want to train independently for the long term can consider purchasing small equipment such as kettlebells or dumbbells.
How many times a week do you want to train?

How often do you have the time and desire to train? Your program also depends on this: if the time available to you is greater, it makes sense to move towards a split training (subdivision according to individual muscle groups).

  • If your time is more limited, a full-body program may make more sense. Plan realistically, without letting laziness affect you too much.
  • If you can only train 1-2 times a week,
    you should focus on a full body program.
  • If you have less time, this type of training ensures that all muscle groups are trained and strengthened.
  • For this purpose, basic exercises are ideal, for example, but exercises performed using your own body weight are also excellent.

If you train more than 3-4 times a week, it becomes crucial to include a regeneration period in your training plan. This resting phase allows the muscles to rest and repair themselves.