Allenamento Cardio PHA per Tonificare Gambe, Glutei, Braccia, e Spalle



Allenamento impegnativo per tonificare il corpo con la tecnica PHA ed esercizi cardio ad alta sollecitazione cardiovascolare.

Questa è la versione più impegnativa di questa serie Cardio PHA.

Nel protocollo PHA (Peripheral Heart Action) vengono alternatati esercizi di tonificazione per la parte superiore e inferiore del corpo. In questo workout eleviamo la difficoltà con blocchi cardio che aumenteranno il consumo calorico dell’allenamento.

36 minuti di allenamento efficace per migliorare la resistenza cardiovascolare, tonificare la muscolatura della parte alta e bassa.

Scegli il peso giusto in base al tuo livello di forza e presta attenzione nel mantenere una perfetta esecuzione di ogni singolo esercizio.

Struttura allenamento:

Riscaldamento iniziale
Triplo Circuito Cardio PHA
Doppia Sessione Cardio e Tonificazione PHA
Defaticamento e Stretching

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Thinking is easy, acting is difficult, and to put one’s thoughts into action is the most difficult thing in the world: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. In order to succeed at something you must see it through to the end, what you began.

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There are certain tell-tale signs that you are working out too hard. You just have to look for them and then adjust your training routine, before they take their toll. You are probably overtraining if you suffer: Sore joints If you do a new routine that works muscles that you are not used to being worked, then you expect to be a little sore the next day. No pain, no gain right? However if you have such soreness that it interferes with your normal daily routine, then you might have tried to do too much too soon. For example if you were working your biceps and the next day you have pain in your elbow, you either tried to lift too much weight or were lifting it wrong.

Developing A Workout Routine

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