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    Smile " Diffrence between Fitness and Bodybulding "

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    can someone clear for me what are these diffrence ? whats the diffrence when someone do fitness at gym with someone do bodybulding ? im begginer i want to start my goal in case of fitness i need good tips for this ?
    whats the diffrence between ( sets and reps and weight ) in fitness workouts and bodybulding workouts ?



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    lol ? no one knows ?
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    Strong spelling of 'bodybuilding' OP!

    People who work out for fitness work out for an overall healthier body - a stronger, healthier, leaner and fitter version of themselves. People who lift for fitness usually aim to achieve an athletic physique, with low body fat and a ripped look. Size is not on the agenda for people who lift for fitness. Think of a swimmer's physique - athletic, low body fat, ripped, not much mass. For this, you lift in a rep range for muscle endurance, usually 15-20 rep range, 3-5 sets, using weight around 50-65% of their maximum weight.

    People who work out for bodybuilding purposes look for mass, size, lean muscle. Bodybuilders do not care about the amount of weight they lift, just on the focus of contracting the muscle as effectively as possible. Bodybuilders look for the biggest muscular physique they can build, but with good proportions, decent vascularity as well as maintaining a low body fat. Being natural or using the juice has an effect on the amount of muscle you can gain, with the natural lifters not growing nearly as big and as quickly as the juicers. Bodybuilders usually lift in a rep range of 6-12, 3-5 sets with 60-80% of their maximum weight, however you will hear bodybuilders frequently talk about 'mind-muscle connection', which just means contracting the muscle that you are intending to hit with the exercise you are currently performing - which all bodybuilders should focus on.
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    Originally Posted by Nattydread View Post
    Strong spelling of 'bodybuilding' OP!

    People who work out for fitness work out for an overall healthier body - a stronger, healthier, leaner and fitter version of themselves. People who lift for fitness usually aim to achieve an athletic physique, with low body fat and a ripped look. Size is not on the agenda for people who lift for fitness. Think of a swimmer's physique - athletic, low body fat, ripped, not much mass. For this, you lift in a rep range for muscle endurance, usually 15-20 rep range, 3-5 sets, using weight around 50-65% of their maximum weight.

    People who work out for bodybuilding purposes look for mass, size, lean muscle. Bodybuilders do not care about the amount of weight they lift, just on the focus of contracting the muscle as effectively as possible. Bodybuilders look for the biggest muscular physique they can build, but with good proportions, decent vascularity as well as maintaining a low body fat. Being natural or using the juice has an effect on the amount of muscle you can gain, with the natural lifters not growing nearly as big and as quickly as the juicers. Bodybuilders usually lift in a rep range of 6-12, 3-5 sets with 60-80% of their maximum weight, however you will hear bodybuilders frequently talk about 'mind-muscle connection', which just means contracting the muscle that you are intending to hit with the exercise you are currently performing - which all bodybuilders should focus on.
    thank you very much , i want to start my fitness in gym can you give me good workout please ?
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    Assuming that you want to go to the gym at least 3 times a week, I have devised a workout routine for you:

    - Keep rest between sets 60-90 seconds, since you train for endurance.

    First day: Chest/triceps/shoulders

    1) Barbell bench press - 4 sets of 15 reps
    2) Clean and press - 4 sets of 15 reps
    3) Shoulder press (barbell or dumbbell) - 4 sets of 15 reps
    4) Body-weight dips - 3 sets of 15-20 reps
    5) Press-ups - 3 sets of as many as you can
    6) Machine chest flys - 3 sets of 15-20 reps

    Second day: Back/biceps

    1) Conventional dead lift - 4 sets of 15 reps
    2) Pull-ups/chin ups - 4 sets of as many as you can (use assistance if required, or use lat pull-down if not strong enough)
    3) Dumbbell rows - 4 sets of 15 reps
    4) Barbell bicep curls - 3 sets of 20 reps
    5) Hyper-extensions - 3 sets of as many as you can

    Day 2 - Abs

    30 - 60 second rest between sets for abs

    1) Leg raises - 3 sets of as many as you can
    2) Cable crunches - 3 sets of 20 reps

    Day 3 - Legs/calves

    1) Barbell front squats - 4 sets of 15 reps (these work your core very well too)
    2) Stiff-legged dead lift - 3 sets of 15 reps
    3) Dumbbell lunges - 3 sets of 15 reps
    4) Glute-bridges - as long as you can last for 2 sets
    5) Squat-jumps - as many as you can do for 2 sets
    6) Dumbbell calf raises - 3 sets of 20 reps

    Your workouts should look something like this, with emphasis placed on mostly functional exercises that work more than one muscle in movements. This may not be perfect, but you at least have an idea. Change things in this routine that you do not like very much.
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    Originally Posted by jamezford View Post
    lol ? no one knows ?
    I don't work out to "build symmetry" like I used to --- simply to maintain what I spent time building....I suppose I could be classified as "fitness" -- I incorporate cardio most days (from 20-45mins...different types, surfaces etc) and weight train3-4 days a week...sometimes less....I do more giant sets...

    At the end of the day I suppose one must classify what "fitness" is -- a sport? just overall health? etc
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    thanks alot my friends

    can you tell me what supplement use for this fitnees ?
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    As far as the routine goes, I wouldn't make a definitive distinction between a fitness routine and a bodybuilding routine. These could be potentially the same.

    Even a fitness model might need to gain some size, and even a bodybuilder might need to build more definition/conditioning. Meaning they could both be on the same routine at any given time.
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    I always thought fitness was lean/sports player and bodybuilding was getting huge.
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    Fitness by definition concerns you body's VO rate or how well you utilize oxygen in an endurance (be it long or short) situation. The term "fitness" is often and wrongly used synonymously with "healthy" as realted to goverment health guide lines (like Healthy people 2020). Such guidelines are the bare minimum needed to prevent or at least minimze the risk of chronic disease. Now, in terms of fitness vs. bodybuilding:bodybuilding focuses on the overall symmetrical development of the male musclulature (see Ancient Greek sculpture and philosophy for its origins). To reach that point, though, a bodybuilder must meet the definition of 'fit" along the way. However, you do not have to be a bodybuilder to be fit. Gymnasts, swimmers, triathletes among others also fall into the definition of fitness as described in the opening sentence. Hope this helps explain the difference between "heath" "fitness" and "bodybuilding."
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    Fitness competitors look like normal, but very athletic people. Bodybuilders are roided out mass monsters (excluding naturals, who occupy a bit of a middle ground).
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    Originally Posted by Nattydread View Post
    Assuming that you want to go to the gym at least 3 times a week, I have devised a workout routine for you:

    - Keep rest between sets 60-90 seconds, since you train for endurance.

    First day: Chest/triceps/shoulders

    1) Barbell bench press - 4 sets of 15 reps
    2) Clean and press - 4 sets of 15 reps
    3) Shoulder press (barbell or dumbbell) - 4 sets of 15 reps
    4) Body-weight dips - 3 sets of 15-20 reps
    5) Press-ups - 3 sets of as many as you can
    6) Machine chest flys - 3 sets of 15-20 reps

    Second day: Back/biceps

    1) Conventional dead lift - 4 sets of 15 reps
    2) Pull-ups/chin ups - 4 sets of as many as you can (use assistance if required, or use lat pull-down if not strong enough)
    3) Dumbbell rows - 4 sets of 15 reps
    4) Barbell bicep curls - 3 sets of 20 reps
    5) Hyper-extensions - 3 sets of as many as you can

    Day 2 - Abs

    30 - 60 second rest between sets for abs

    1) Leg raises - 3 sets of as many as you can
    2) Cable crunches - 3 sets of 20 reps

    Day 3 - Legs/calves

    1) Barbell front squats - 4 sets of 15 reps (these work your core very well too)
    2) Stiff-legged dead lift - 3 sets of 15 reps
    3) Dumbbell lunges - 3 sets of 15 reps
    4) Glute-bridges - as long as you can last for 2 sets
    5) Squat-jumps - as many as you can do for 2 sets
    6) Dumbbell calf raises - 3 sets of 20 reps

    Your workouts should look something like this, with emphasis placed on mostly functional exercises that work more than one muscle in movements. This may not be perfect, but you at least have an idea. Change things in this routine that you do not like very much.
    thanks for workput , whats the reason for high reps ?most of them is 15-20
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    So fitness are like bodybuilding was in the 40s and 50s? more about being healthy and aesthetic than being the biggest lump of muscle possible.
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    how put cardio in this workout ? i need to improve my heart
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    Originally Posted by jamezford View Post
    how put cardio in this workout ? i need to improve my heart
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