Body Types

What works for some may not work for others. Ever notice how different we all are? Do you know what your body type is? Do you know how you should eat or be active to best achieve a healthy submissive form for Me?

People are born with an inherited body type based on skeletal frame and body composition. One popular method of categorizing all the various body types recognizes three fundamentally different physical types called somatotypes. Most people are unique combinations of the three body types: ectomorph, mesomorph, and endomorph.

The ectomorph: characterized by a short upper body, long arms and legs, long and narrow feet and hands, and very little fat storage; narrowness in the chest and shoulders, with generally long, thin muscles.

The mesomorph: large chest, long torso, solid muscle structure, and great strength.

The endomorph: soft musculature, round face, short neck, wide hips, and heavy fat storage.

Identifying your body characteristics can help you utilize your body type to maximize your efforts. Then you can adjust your training and diet to what you need to best improve.

Ectomorph

  • Gain weight in the form of muscle by eating more calories
  • Heavy weight and low (6-8) reps to build strength
  • 14-16 sets per body part with as much rest as needed

Mesomorph

  • 1-1.5g per lb in protein for best form
  • Emphasis on quality, detail, and isolation training
  • 16-20 sets per body part with as much or little rest

Endomorph

  • Reduce carbs and low calorie diet to keep fat weight off
  • Higher proportion of high-set, high-rep training (10-12+ reps) with very short rest periods
  • Do a variety of training to use different muscles including cardio (30-45mins a time)

Have an idea of what you need to adjust in your training now? Good. Either get to it or tribute Me if you want My attention and motivation for your training.

William H. Sheldon, PhD, MD, introduced the concept of body types, or somatotypes, in the 1940s. Since then, nutritionists, exercise physiologists, and even doctors have used it to help design effective, individualized fitness plans. The gist is that everyone falls, though not altogether neatly, into the three categories below. Keep in mind that these are generalizations, and that most of us have characteristics of two or even all three somatotypes.

https://www.uh.edu/fitness/comm_educators/3_somatotypesNEW.htm



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