Will I build strength and muscle with the app?
Wondering if you can build muscle and gain strength at all with the gym rings workout? The answer to this is simple and straightforward: yes, you can. Our The Rings Bodyworkout app is designed for exactly this purpose and consists mainly of strength and muscle building training. What exactly this concept looks like and what is behind it, we explain to you below:
The way to the goal: Progressive load increase
Our training on the gymnastics rings is structured according to the set-repetition scheme and divided into different training phases. These phases consist of different methodical exercise series, which complement each other and in which you can increase individually. You train in a phase until you can master the required exercise level in all exercise series. Our app demands more repetitions from you in each training session according to the principle of progressive load increase, so that you can give your muscles a new stimulus for growth in each training session.
So you will train some exercises of a methodical series a few times in a row, but this is not a disadvantage for strength and muscle building. As soon as you manage the required number of repetitions of an exercise, it will be replaced by a more difficult exercise of this series, which methodically builds on the previous exercise. This makes your training plan very individual: You have the possibility to work on your weak points and improve your strengths at the same time. As soon as you have reached the required level in all exercise series, you advance to the next phase. Here you can expect new exercises, which are more intensive and more demanding than the exercises before.
The number of training sessions you need to advance can vary from phase to phase and also depends on individual factors. If you need a little longer for a training phase, don't let it take away your motivation. It's not about getting through all the phases as quickly as possible, it's important that you progress in a sustainable and progressive way to reach your training goals in the long run.
So what you can't expect:
- A haphazard high intensity workout that will have you overexerting yourself in every workout and risking injury.
- An unstructured workout that is only designed for variety and will not bring you any progress.
- A training program that relies on superfluous training equipment.