Shane Mclean's blog

THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR EXERCISE ROUTINE IS..........

i'm not going to leave you in suspense. It's the warm up. It's often the most neglected part of anybody's training routine.  The purpose of the warm up is too take the blood which is surrounding your vital organs and push it to your extremities, being your arms and legs. No 5 minutes on the treadmill doesn't count.  Another purpose of the warm is too strengthen our weakness/muscle imbalances.

Fitness world is changing

You either move forward or get left behind. This is true in the world of fitness. The way fitness is being delivered is evolving.In the “olden days” you use to pop a Jane Fonda VCR tape in and boogie, or go the nearest health club to get physical. Do you remember those leg warmers and leotard days?  Sends a shiver up my spine.

3 EXERCISES YOU CAN DO AT HOME EVERYDAY

During this busy time of the year when your exercise get pushed to the background do these 3 moves to help stay in shape and to feel less guilty. 1. Wall squats- 30 seconds -1 min- Works on your leg and your mental toughness.

Great advice

There are no good diets. The word ‘diet’ signifies a beginning and an end.

Keeping it simple

Check out my latest offering on Training Tips, keeping it simple baby. Has a great little routine as well. Please share with your friends and family. Let me know what you think.

GET TOUGH

LET'S GET TOUGH ( Scroll down for training templates)

TRY BEFORE YOU BUY

Shout out to all those people who live in Dallas, TX. For a short time I'm offering a free success session and personal training session at T. Boone. Pickens YMCA. No obligation what- so ever. Please contact me at shanemcleantraining@gmail.com to book your spot today. Hurry spots are limited. Thanks your awesome. 

BREATHE.......................

EVERY TRAINING, START AND FINISH WITH THIS.

WHAT YOU SHOULD ALWAYS DO

One client asked me " what exercises are we doing today?" I said

THIS IS SO PRECIOUS..............

What i'm I, the crazy balance guy talking about?
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