Advanced Lifting Techniques

Advanced Lifting Techniques

For Lean Muscle Growth

We all know that straight sets are pretty self-explanatory. They are performed by doing a prescribed number of sets, for a prescribed number of reps, using the same weight for each set, until completion, then moving on to the next exercise. But what if we want to push it harder and force lean muscle growth and strength? Are straight sets enough? They are when you first begin a training program but after time, your body will adapt to the straight sets and you need to mix it up and introduce new techniques into your plan.

Making Your Own Path

Making Your Own Path

Finding Strength in Yourself and Others

I believe that having a competitive nature is one of the most important qualities necessary to succeed and reach goals. It drives you to be better, keeps you focused and working hard. But it is SO easy to get caught up in the competition. It can become your worst enemy and prevent you from smashing your goals. In fact, sometimes it can even stop you in your tracks and freeze you from moving forward.

All About Abs!

All About Abs!

Your Guide to a Six-pack

You’ve heard abdominals called everything— core, abs and six-pack to name a few. But how do you actually get a six-pack? Are they really ONLY made in the kitchen? Can you train abs every day? There are a lot of myths about abdominal training that can be very confusing— but here I’ll break it down for you and show you why you need a solid set of abs and how to attain it.

Muscle Imbalances

Muscle Imbalances

Training Tips To Bring Back Balance

There are many ways we create muscle imbalances in our physiques. Maybe you have a job that requires physical labor, and you favor one side over the other. Favoring that side all the time will surely create an imbalance – making the side you don’t use as often become weaker and/or less developed than the favored side.

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.

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