After making a goal, the next step is to find a training program. A training program gives direction to your efforts - it's a road map to your goals. But what distinguishes good training from bad training comes down to 5 basic principles - Specificity, Individuality, exercise selection, progressive overload, and recovery.Read More
It is a feeling that everyone has likely experienced during their life but is also one that most people don't know too much about. This lack of knowledge leads to many misconceptions regarding DOMS- just as I had when I let it discourage me from pursuing my childhood dream. In this article I will address - What is DOMS and what causes it, Misconceptions regarding soreness, and ways to reduce the effects of delayed onset muscle syndrome.Read More
When I started training I thought that lots of cardio and crunches were the key to this tight waist, and if I did enough I’d have abs like Adonis.
However, as I went through my schooling I learned that the common assumptions I and many others in the gym have for narrowing the waist were either inefficient or even potentially dangerous.
Heres your guide for a skinnier waist.Read More
A training plan is like a cooking recipe; a set of directions that when followed leaves you with your desired finished product. In cooking you end up with a nice steak dinner - In fitness a stronger, leaner and healthier self. As any top chef will tell you - the key to a great meal starts with quality ingredients. Likewise, the key to a good training program starts with good quality exercises.Read More