I use free weights, medicine balls, battle ropes as well as do push ups.
My roommate Carl as well as I both go to the local gym about more than four afternoons a week; The multiple of us have opposite fitness goals, and carl is a huge guy carrying a lot of extra weight, then he basically runs on the treadmill, goes on the elliptical or sits on a stationary bike. He is all about cardio as well as burning more calories… I have eht opposite problem, I am a little guy. I certainly want to build mass rather than take it off. I strictly hit weights when I am at the gym, recently I got discouraged because I observed honestly little difference. I am still small but just slightly toned. I am now on a weightlifting program that is run by a certified fitness expert. The personal trainer has told myself and others what to do more than four afternoons a month as well as multiple of those afternoons he is physically with myself and others in the gym. I thought only old, overweight or famous people used personal trainers! At first I felt a little weird about it! Now that I have a trainer, I can’t imagine not consulting a single. The guy is amazing at making my exercises all different, but targets the muscles I want. I don’t just strictly weight lift with fitness machines either. I use free weights, medicine balls, battle ropes as well as do push ups. It makes each time I task out a little weird as well as makes myself and others eager to keep going. I haven’t been relying on a trainer for long but I already recognize I look better. I have been pushing my roommate to get a trainer too. He is also getting discouraged on seeing little progress.