When people think of working out, do they think of a specific area or do they focus on a specific body part daily? When people first being to work out, they are going to a workout plan either by what they find on the internet or they have a trainer and that trainer gives them a plan to do.   Most of the time a workout plan is listed in what to do each day, for example, one day would be arms, the other legs, one day would be abs, and another would be chest and so on.   Which means there are workouts to target different parts of the body instead of doing one workout for the entire body all the time.

Most trainers and workouts focus on different parts of the body every day so that you get the full effect of working out your entire body by the time the week is over.   In the fit flex life, you are fitting fitness into your life, so some days you might be working two different body parts and other days you might be working more it just depends on what you are doing that day. For example, when I am working out some days I am working out my abs and chest in one day, and then the next is more arms and legs in a cardio blast to get my blood pumping.  I am not doing the same workout all the time for the same body parts because, if I do that,  then the part of the body that is getting more attention than the rest of the body will be the only thing that will look different and that won’t look right.    That is why when you go to a trainer or do workouts on DVDs they target different body parts, even online workouts target different body parts because you can’t work out one area without doing the other. For example, you can’t work out one arm and not the other, you can’t work out your chest and not your back. It just won’t look right.

When you work different body parts you are focusing on a specific area, like abs, chest or back or arms or legs.  Examples of workouts for different body parts include bodybuilding workouts since you are trying to bulk up a specific part of your body which means your isolating your workout to that part of the body in order to see results, for example, arms or shoulders.  Body builder’s workout different body parts more than people who are in fitness to stay healthy because they are trying to bulk up as I said.  People who are working out to stay healthy are just working out their different body parts to see a change in certain areas.

Examples of workouts for different body parts besides chest and back is triceps, biceps, and forearms just to name a few more examples, of different body parts that you can work out daily or you can set up specific days for each workout. As I mentioned before.  You can use videos,   that are specific to the body part you are working on and you can use the internet as well.

When you work out different body parts, or at least when I work out different body parts I feel more refreshed after my workout because I am doing something new when it comes to my workout and giving other body parts a rest.  Giving other body parts a rest is something that you should do each time you work out because you don’t want to strain certain parts of your body to the point where you can’t use them.  When you work out different body parts, you’re making all your muscles work, and that is the point of working out isn’t it?

I have given you a number examples of workouts that you can do for each body part so that you have variety. That is another huge factor in working out different body parts, a variety so you don’t get bored of doing the same thing over and over again.  The more you work out a different body part daily the better you are going to feel as a whole, because you are not focusing on one thing specifically your focusing on everything as a hole and not straining your muscles by working the same ones too much.

When you work out different body parts, after a while of doing it your entire body begins to feel looser and you are able to move more because the more you work out a different body part, each time you work out the more flexible you become.  Working out different body parts is good for your health, as well as it improves flexibility. Working out, in general, is good for your health and improves flexibility but when you focus on something different each time you work out you are keeping your muscles more active.  That is why it is good to switch up your workouts for different body parts each time you work out.

Working out different body parts is working with different muscles, which is a good thing when it comes to fitness. It is a good thing because have you ever heard the expression if you don’t use it you lose it?  Well, that expression is the same for muscles, if you don’t work all your muscles, then you are going to lose the muscle tone that you worked so hard for in the first place.  When you work out different body parts those body parts that you are working out aren’t the only things get stronger you get stronger as person because you feel as though you can do more with the new found strength that you have from working out the body parts you are working out that haven’t been worked with in a while don’t you agree?

Each body part has muscle in it, which means there is always going to be a different workout for it.  For example, when you want to workout your chest and back, you aren’t going to be doing abs, you are going to be doing chest presses and chest fly’s which you can do with anything heavy actually although I wouldn’t do it in a store because people might look at you funny but you can do it at home with cans or weights, whatever you have handy.

But each body part works for the body differently so there is always going to be different exercises to do in order to strengthen them and keep them healthy.

 

 

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