Two huge factors to overcome in your quest to look, move and feel better are Showing up. You know, going to the gym and trainingWhat am I going to do today? Now, I can write to my fingers bleed about your need to show up. Because without it nothing gets done. Whatever you need to … Continue reading Plug and play training routines
The Goblet squat has revolutionized the way squat is being performed and taught throughout the world. If don’t know what a Goblet squat is, I’m getting Dan John to come over to your house and slap you upside the head. If you don’t know even who he is, I suggest you Google him. Pronto. Dan … Continue reading Do you (Goblet) squat?
There’s a reason low-cost gym(s) has weight machines as far as the eye can see. These machines are easy to use because the directions (usually) are right there beside you on how to do each exercise. You don’t have to think about it, you just do it. Most people struggle with getting to the gym in this 24/7 … Continue reading Am I doing this right?
Don’t you love “that” person who stands in your way of the dumbbells while doing single arm curls and making faces only his mother would love? What if I told you that he’s on to something, minus the faces and grunting? Bilateral exercises (not biceps curls) should form the foundation of your training program because … Continue reading Unilateral exercises you should be doing
This is a series on exercises that will give you the biggest bang for your exercise buck in and outside of the gym. Today’s exercise is side planks with breathing courtesy of Matthew Ibrahim. You should do this because– it's hard to convince anyone to do side planks, however, if you suffer from lower back … Continue reading The best exercise you’re not doing