Leg Day Cardio

Leg Day Cardio

Get It In Without Jeopardizing Progress

The easy and most time-efficient solution is to do your weight training and cardio in the same workout, right? If this is your only option, I will give you my tips on how to make sure you don’t cause too much stress on your body and end up reversing all of the wonderful progress you’ve been making in the gym.

Lifting For Your Body Type

Lifting For Your Body Type

Program Design, Cardio & Nutrition Tips

Seventy-five years ago, a psychologist named William Sheldon developed a visual method of categorizing the human physique based on fundamental elements called somatotypes. Even though much of his theories are subjective, we still use this “body type” categorization today. Personally, I think it is interesting to read about but doesn’t necessarily 100% apply to making gains in the gym.

Let’s Talk About Sets

Let’s Talk About Sets

Increase Intensity and Results

Let’s start with the basics— straight sets. Performing straight sets is the traditional method for arranging your workout. You perform the number of given sets using the given number of reps, using the same weight throughout the set on a single exercise before moving on to the next exercise.

Are You HIITing It Hard Enough?

Are You HIITing It Hard Enough?

Tips To Make Intervals Work For You

You move the treadmill speed up to a moderately challenging level and, when you’re ready, jump onto the spinning belt for a 15-second sprint. Desperately watching the seconds tick by (never have there been slower seconds!), you jump your feet back to the sides of the spinning belt for a 30-45 second rest period before your next sprint. Repeat that 10 times and you’re done! Right? So, is that considered HIIT?

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