Taking care of your physical and mental health should be your number one priority.
There are several principes one has to follow in order to be proficient in lifting weights, or getting stronger. This is relevant to gymnastics training, bodyweight training, olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, and if you are natural, Bodybuilding.
One of those principes is Rest, or super compensation. Today we are going to look at a specific way you can super compensate a training cycle by integrating what is called a De-Load phase
Exercise is not only beneficial to health, it can also help you understand when your health is deteriorating before it is too late.
We tend to focus on things that need to be done instead of mistakes to be avoided. Today, you are going to find out what the 6 things are you should avoid if you want to get better after in the gym.
What : Mobility differentiates itself from flexibility in the sense that we are still working on range of motion, but introduce movement, therefore muscle contraction, to the equation. You need to read Stretching Basics (click here) from this blog to fully appreciate
This is very long, ( about 2 500 words ) but it explains EVERYTHING. In my previous article I mentioned I would start adding more content on the mechanics of training. Today I’m going to give you my 10 week training cycle
Here it is. Your Personal (nearly) Everlasting Bodyweight Training Program. 100% free, 100% adaptable. Why am I doing this? Ask Gary Vee. I read Crush It a year ago (the audio version is awesome), recommended by Mark Bell and I’ve been trying
1. Thou shalt have a goal If you’re coming in the gym not knowing what you’re going to do and why, then you’re losing 50% of the benefits. I recognise you have taken the hardest step which is to simply show up.