The Priority Principle For Bodybuilders
The Priority Training Principle is a Power Principle that involves giving a weak or lagging body part special priority in your workout schedule.
The Priority Principle Workout Tips
- As every bodybuilder has weak points, this principle can be used by everyone, despite how many titles a bodybuilder has won, or how genetically gifted they may be.
- There are many ways of doing this. One way is to schedule a specific body part so that it is trained immediately after a rest day, when you are feeling fresh, recuperated, and strong. Another way is to schedule training a particular body part at the beginning of your workout rather than later, when you are more fatigued. Choosing to prioritise a body part when you are fresh, you can also enhance effectiveness of this principle by selecting exercises that improve aspects of the muscle that you want to improve, such as size, shape, definition and separation.
- Using this method, you can simply tweak your training programme to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your workouts. Stack this technique with other intensity techniques to bring up your lagging body parts.
- Use Priority Training to improve the size and sweep of your quads, make your arms bigger, heighten your biceps peak, add size, shape and separation to your deltoids, or to improve any other weak areas of your physique.
When to Use Priority Training
Priority training is especially useful leading up to a competition, where you can bring up a lagging body part, such as triceps or your abdominals. Despite what people say, no one has the perfect physique and if you find that you have a body part that seems to lack responsiveness to training, do something about it! Priority training is just one of the Power Principles that you can use to improve your physique.