High Frequency Training
High frequency training is receiving a lot of attention these days as a new form of muscle building training. If you are looking to pack on muscle mass fast, high frequency training can help you achieve that goal. I am going to show you the best way to do that here and now.
What Is High Frequency Training?
If you are wondering what high frequency training is, it is basically workouts that hit your muscle groups a lot during a week. In a nutshell it is full body workouts done 4 times a week. The theory being that you do not do as much volume on a muscle during a workout. But hit it with high frequency throughout the course of a week.
If you have ever seen the size of a mechanic’s forearms, or a plasterer’s biceps you will understand. Of course you cannot kill yourself in the gym four times a week and hope to put on muscle. The old saying ‘stimulate not annihilate’ reigns supreme here.
Benefits Of High Frequency Training
Imagine you have been doing a body part split and you are working a muscle group, once or twice a week. Now imagine what would happen if all the sudden you did 4 full body workouts in a week. Your body would be fine at the start, but at the end of the week. Your body will be saying “what just happened there? Lets put on some muscle here”.
That is the generally benefits of high frequency training.
High frequency training is not the best workout in the world, because there isn’t one. Remember a workout is only as good as the time it takes your body to adapt to it. However used in conjunction with body part splits, high frequency training is a great addition to your bodybuilding routine.
One final great benefit to high frequency training, is that it helps with body fat. High frequency training burns a hell of a lot of calories and works your cardiovascular system to boot. Simply because you are doing a boat load of training in one session. As opposed to only working (for example) your arms in workout. So high frequency training is great for people who have body fat issues, as in naturally large people.
High Frequency Workout
The essential element of a high frequency workout is to not do to much volume on a muscle. Or use the same exercises. The reason being you will burn out your nervous system and over-train very quickly.
Each high frequency workout should compliment the previous and future workouts. To do that you must get a good balance of volume and intensity. Do that right and high frequency training will help you get that body you have always wanted.