You aren’t stuck forever, you just have to find the person that had the same problem you have.
There are several principes one has to follow in order to be proficient in lifting weights, or getting stronger. This is relevant to gymnastics training, bodyweight training, olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, and if you are natural, Bodybuilding. One of those principes is Rest, or super compensation. Today we are going to look at a specific way you can super compensate a training cycle by integrating what is called a De-Load phase
We are all different, and physical ability is the most unfair parameter there is. But everyone can find a discipline they are good at, and even if your genetic makeup is strange, you might be great at something out there.
Feeling that going to the gym is just extra work you don't need in your life? I went through that recently. Here are my thoughts.
Have you ever wondered who “They” are. You know Those People. The ones who text when they drive. That don't pick up after their dogs. That get too close to you when you are standing in line. The ones that wait to cross a street ON THE STREET instead of standing on the sidewalk. The ones that stand in front of opening doors on the subway and try to get on before anyone comes off. That speak too loud in restaurants, that don’t apologise when they bump into you. Do you know who those People are? I have been thinking about it for a few weeks and have come to realisation.....
Your shoes might be causing you more damage than you might be aware of... take 5 mins to understand why it's important and what you can do to take care of your feet.
I have been scared to do things all my life, and I have managed over the last few years to overcome my fear of people judging what I do.
Can't seem to find the perfect number of sets and reps for your goals? That's because there are several, and here's what they are...
Exercise is not only beneficial to health, it can also help you understand when your health is deteriorating before it is too late.
About two months ago, I started having back pain. And this was becoming a constant issue. I never had back pain. Nothing chronic anyway, not something that was nagging me every morning, and all day long. I thought maybe the training was incorrect but nothing seemed to explain what was going on. But that wasn’t it. A few weeks ago have I figured it out.