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Choose Your Exercises Wisely with HGH for Weight Loss

Life is very different before and after weight loss. On the left side of the coin, you have a lot of obstacles to deal with on a daily basis. Excessive weight can cause aches, pains, breathlessness, difficulty getting up, and jeers and sneers from passersby.   

You should never take other people’s looks or words to heart because it’s only your reaction to them that can hurt. And you are the master anyway! Always remember that. However, there is quite a feeling of satisfaction attached to achieving monumental weight loss.

And monumental is not the same for everyone. For you it might be a mere 25 lbs. But for your neighbor Fred, it can be 50-plus. He might have a bit more to give up for sacrifice.

In any case, your injections get you started in the right direction and your overall HGH results can be affected even more if you train a certain way. And that all hinges on your exercise selection and how you do your workouts. Let’s expand.

Execute compound movements.

Compound exercises, compound movements and multi-joint exercises are all used interchangeably. Just in case you see them written in chalk out on a sidewalk somewhere.

THESE are the exercises you want to concern yourself with.

What they do is recruit multiple muscles at the same time. The end result is you build more muscle mass. Plus, they burn more calories than your basic isolation exercises. And lastly, they cause your body to pump out more HGH naturally for weight loss. You can’t beat that with a wooden spoon!

And here are some things to take into consideration to maximize these exercises and their effect.

Lift sizeable weights.

Powerlifters grunt, groan and grimace during their workouts. You will also probably notice the bar bending with the amount of load they use. And that’s because they are trying to lift the equivalent of a Volkswagen Bus off the floor.

You need to think in these terms, but not quite as drastic. Ideally, aim for a weight that you can lift five or six times with good form. That will likely be heavy enough.

Going this route is what’s favorable for the fastest muscle gain and the highest amount of HGH release.

Rest appropriately.

Your body needs adequate time to recover between sets. If you don’t do this, you won’t be able to maximize the amount of weight you lift. A good rule of thumb is, take enough time that you’ll be able to perform your next set with 90 percent quality or better.

That could mean you are looking at 60 seconds, 90 seconds or more between sets. Be honest with yourself and don’t try to be a hotshot. In the worst of cases, you’ll use bad form and jack up your back.

Drop the ego and you won’t have to worry about dropping the weights. Try not to do that even if you have good form because it’s annoying to all the other gym members.

Sleep appropriately too!

Do you know what goes down at night? Yes, the sun, for one thing. But something else goes down in your body. It’s called recovery. And the magic of recovery takes place by way of hormone release—human growth hormone.

If you like to stay up late, stop. If you only knew your levels of HGH before and after you went to bed, you would definitely take heed quickly! Simply put, they rise when you sleep. And that’s why your muscles actually get built in the sack, not on the gym floor.

And to add one more layer to this. You also do not want to over train. That can lead to injuries and adrenal fatigue, which will point your HGH levels in the other direction.

Make sure to take at least two days off before working the same muscle group. Or at least, do not work the same muscle group to failure on consecutive days.

The Overall Effect of HGH for Weight Loss

Here it is in a nutshell. Your results are just waiting to go off the charts. All you have to do is couple your injections with the before mentioned training modality.

If you are not sure what exercises to choose, here are a few that are compound: bench presses, military presses, dips, pull-ups, squats, deadlifts and lunges.

If you notice how these drills are done, they require more than one joint and muscle group working at the same time. Put these at the forefront of your workouts and backfill with accessory drills like biceps curls, triceps extensions and lateral raises.

When it’s all said and done, you will be feeling good, looking good and bursting with energy if you follow this information to a tee.