What is weightlifting? First, let's examine what weight lifting is. Internationally there is a form of weight lifting that is related to Olympic weight lifting. You see that super strong men and women compete in the International Olympic Games. Already in the world of weightlifting, there is some controversy over whether the neighbor of the Olympic Games should consider weightlifting as he has already done. The reason I mentioned it (if you don't know it yet) is that I'm a weightlifter, which means I compete in weightlifting sports (occasionally), which includes another way of lifting weights in India ("lifting weights"), including squats, bench press and deadweight movements respectively. A power lifter can compete in its weight category and age category and qualify (depending on the competition) to compete in major federations such as the International Weightlifting Federation (IPF), the U.S. Weightlifting. (USAPL), the Canadian Weightlifting Federation (CPF). To name a few, I would say that these larger federations are similar to the Olympic Games in terms of regulatory requirements, drug testing and more, but let's assume that the following forms of article weightlifting should be considered: Olympic weightlifting (snatching, clean power, pulling, front squat). 1] Power lift (back squat, bench press, dead weight) [2] Power construction (head press, sir) Bottom row) [3] CrossFit (Strike, Power Clean, Squat frontal, Over Head Press, Jerk) [3 ] You may note that bodybuilding is not mentioned here, but I include a term known as 'power construction'. Fact; It's really quite simple. Powerbuilding is the main heavy composition movement to create physical energy and the central nervous system (CNS), where bodybuilding focuses on the growth / hypertrophy of small / individual muscles. CrossFit is included as it receives movement from other weightlifting sports (Olympic weightlifting, weightlifting). You can work on large muscle groups for a short period of time by performing previous weight-lifting movements!
Beyond this simple reality, you'll find incredible cardiovascular exercise as you perform higher repetitive Olympic weightlifting and crossfit movements and perform lower repetitive powerlifting and power construction movements.

Weight lifting is reduced to normal mass. It is multiplied by the number of numbers, multiplied by the established number, depending on the weight you are weighing. This simple formula gives you daily volume and, when synthesized in a week, a weekly volume.

Here's an example:

5 sets of squats (25 total repetitions) x 150 pounds = 3,750 pounds in total volume.

Your total volume reflects your workload for the day or week and is transferred to some extent depending on how many muscles you have to grow and how much weight you lose.

To lose weight while doing weight-bearing activities, you must reach the minimum daily or weekly total volume. For example, you can set a weekly volume goal of 10,000 pounds, and all the weight you lift in a week should lift a total of 10,000 pounds.

Now, when you lift 10,000 pounds for a week, you are almost guaranteed to build muscle or lose weight if you don't consume excessive amounts of food (but you can be quite productive).

As your body works smoothly, such as achieving 10,000 pounds per week of weight lifting, your body needs to use fat/burn as its energy to speed up metabolism, and your body will become very efficient using your resources to recover.

As you now count daily and weekly volumes, you may also want to consider eating your daily and weekly calories. I suggest you download an application like MyFitnessPal and enter your weight loss goals to set your daily calorie goals.

How Weight Lifting Works
In general, lifting weights will provide 3 benefits:

Cardiovascular Development, II
Optimizing metabolism
Improved development of human growth hormone (HGH)
All of this will result in weight loss through weight loss, but I would like to focus especially on HGH.

Men and women experience this development and growth of HGH. Consider biologically active growth hormone for women. Let's examine two surveys of men and women in terms of weight gain:

A study published in the Dec. 25 issue of the American Journal of