building, shaping your body muscles with A.N.A training weights programs

A.N.A training weights programs that assist in building deep tissue muscles, more cuts, increased definition of muscles and strengthen the tendons and body muscles

A.N.A Toning exercises TRAINING

In the context of the body's normal functioning, muscle tone simply means that the muscle fibers are being stimulated by the central nervous system. But in common use, the designation toned pertains to the appearance of a musculature that is hard, as opposed to flaccid, and noticeable, but not overly so. In this respect a toned body implies a lean body, one low in body fat and showing some muscle definition and shape. By building muscle it is usually meant, getting as much muscle as possible up to and including the toning and shaping look.

The same basic physical process is necessary whether you want to tone or build muscle or whether you want to shape particular body parts or increase strength. To achieve any of these goals will need progressive resistance training.

Toning usually means more reps at lower weights, while building is achieved through high weight and low reps.



Free weights

Using free weights for full body exercise training. (WE USE FREE Dumbles 2-5 K.g.s is the maximum weight per repetition




Light weights

More repetitions, combined with difficult exercise techniques with light weights (Machines, Cable, DUMBlES,, body mass )




Heavy weights

Using heavy weights with less repetition to building strong muscles (BODY BUILDING PROGRAMS)




Hold and squeeze resistance:
using Light and heavy weights or both with difficult exercise techniques for hold and squeezing (Nan aerobics, an aerobics. )




Toning body with body mass

full body exercise training with your body mass (Horizontal bar pull up- push up - Exercises parallel- resistance exercise)




Time  Calories  Training  Music  Location  Exercise type   Results
55min   500 average   as group and private  Any   in door  type aerobics and non aerobics   building shaping muscles