When everyone walks into a gym the first thing they most often see is machines. Every big gym has them. Are they great to work out on No, but they do help the client feel comfortable about training. They are easy to adjust and come with pictures. Although, when using machines you still need to follow a program.
Posted by Bill Ross @ Thursday, June 27, 2013 @ 06:38am
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Posted by CrossCore @ Sunday, May 19, 2013 @ 12:29pm
Bored with your training? Stalled progress? Take these 3 tips and bust through your plateau.
1. Instead of reps, do exercise for time. Do had many reps for 30 seconds instead of pumping out your usual 12.
2. Change your exercise order. Do bicep curls before your chin up. Or reverse the order of your training.
3. Use a different tool. Do dumbbell presses instead of barbell. Use a medicine ball for your core training. Use the bike instead of the treadmill. Anything to keep your body guessing.
Fat Loss Training.
The key variable in fat loss training is keeping the rest intervals short. 30 sec or less is ideal. Here is a sample training for you.
5 exercises done in a circuit. 30 seconds work. 30 sec rest. Rest 90 sec at the end of circuit. Do 3 times.
A1 Dumbbell or Golbet squat.
A2 Push ups any variation
A3 Dumbbell Alternating Forward Lunge
A4 Dumbbell Row -any variation
A5 Romanian Deadlift - or any deadlift variation
Posted by Shane Mclean @ Wednesday, January 23, 2013 @ 12:47pm