Take plenty of rest in between workouts and never train a muscle group that is sore. And if you’re feeling really sore, try out foam rolling for recovery,” he added.”
For cardio training for the Ectomorph body type, the expert recommended: “Very minimal cardio. Moderate and low-intensity bike rides and brisk walks (think of them more as relaxing cardio activities to reduce stress).”
Strength training for a Mesomorph body type tends to be more varied.
The expert said: “The more varied the training, the better the results. Light, moderate and heavy weight training. Basic exercises (squats, lunges, deadlifts, rows, chest press, shoulder press, etc.) with heavy weights, followed by isolation exercises with moderate/light weights.
The expert recommended for a slimmer to aim for eight-12 reps for most exercises to achieve the best results.
“When it comes to leg training, you can incorporate really heavy weights with around six reps and really light or no weights at around 25-30 reps for three-five sets. Add in any other strength training activity that you think is fun and want to try out, like this resistance band workout,” he added.