One of the best ways to manage your overall calorie intake and your sugar levels is to have a strategic workout that will do a few things.
The “Pyramid” workout. My clients know it and loathe it, but they feel totally awesome and hardcore when they finish it. That said, I want to lead with a disclaimer that this is a very grueling training session.
Chin-ups are one of the most bad ass exercises. We have dozens of women at our gym that make that one of their goals and are so ecstatic when they hit that goal. It makes you feel awesome, empowered and strong. Today’s article offers some simple ways to start doing chin-ups.
Today, I wanted to share some ways to get out of the cardio trap and also give you some quick, down and dirty sprint workouts you can do.
Training like an athlete can be modified based on the level of the participant, but the basis behind it is to perform large muscle group movements, lift heavier weights than you are normally used to and have an overall plan that cycles throughout the year. Here are some specific details about developing your athletic movement training program:
Working out is good for you—we all know that. I have never met a client or prospective client that doesn’t understand why they need to add training into their weekly routine. The two biggest barriers to successfully getting those workouts into said routine are ultimately, “I’m not sure exactly what to do” and “I just don’t have the time.”
In today’s article, I want to share with you a fast and furious training session you can implement into your routine today.
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