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Endomorph Bodybuilding Workout

An endomorph is the fat body type, this can range from just slightly "pudgy" to obese. Many endomorphs find it easy to get big and strong but hard to get ripped. Some endomorphs go into powerlifting for this reason, but most would still love to have the lean muscular look of a bodybuilder.

Diet is going to play the biggest role in losing fat; you are going to have to cut out all sugars, junk food, beer, etc. The right diet to both build muscle and lose fat is a high protein but lower fat and lower carbohydrate diet. For protein sources choose chicken breast, turkey breast, tuna, etc. For carbohydrates brown rice, baked potatoes, oatmeal, etc. Also eat plenty of fresh raw vegetables.

Ok, with diet out of the way what is the best bodybuilding workout for endomorphs?

What I recommend is circuit training, where you go from one exercise to the next with no rest in between. This not only builds muscle and strength but also burns fat and strengthens your heart.

Here is a sample circuit training workout:

Bicep Curls
Bench Press
Calf Raise
Barbell Row
Leg Curl
Press Overhead
Ab Crunch
Triceps Extension

What you do it go through all the exercises with no rest, then when you finish 1 circuit you can rest for a few minutes and then repeat 2 to 4 more times.

Do 8 to 12 reps for each exercise.

Do this program 3 days a week, for example Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Do mild cardio such as brisk walking on your off days and stick to tour diet and before you know it you will be lean and mean!

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