Warm-ups, like programs, are not made of good or bad movements. Sure, we need them to prevent injuries, but the exact methods and exercises within said warm-up can include a wide variety of practices while still remaining beneficial.
Quite often when experiencing slow or non-existent fat loss during a dieting phase the first instinct might be to cut back on calories and or to add in more cardio. Sure, that can definitely expedite the fat loss process, but depending on where one is at in the fat loss phase and/or where protocols are at (calories and cardio), it may not be the best option available. [Read more…]
There are two observations I would like to go over before we can start playing around with this hard to find and exotic piece of equipment….just kidding. I know it may seem like the goal of this series is to force you into getting three gym memberships, but more than anything, my goal is to help you build up your toolbox. With that being said, onwards with this blog post. [Read more…]
One of the most common detriments to physique and strength athletes is their impatience.
Everybody wants to be ten times more aesthetic and strong than they currently are, and they want it to have been achieved yesterday.
You might even have a very solid nutrition and training plan in place to ensure muscle growth occurs over time, but still not look the way you want to look or lift the way you want to lift. [Read more…]
When it comes to men’s natural bodybuilding we gauge the conditioning standard by whether an athlete has shredded glutes or not.
I hear it all the time with my bodybuilders as well with many on social media platforms that they want shredded glutes and I’ll admit, so do I. [Read more…]