In my recent interview with Chris Lopez, I told him that starting out, all I did were swings and a few bodyweight movements. I had great weight loss results, even though I really had no clue how to put together a workout! That’s how powerful the swing is. What makes the swing so powerful? Well,
The following is Guest Post by Craig Ballantyne of TurbulenceTraining.com: I am off on a bit of a European adventure for 10 days, and should be cruising over the Atlantic Ocean on my way to Lithuania (via Copenhagen) by the time you read this. I’m meeting some friends at an entrepreneurship seminar for college students
Bodyweight training is great! However, most people just stick to the same exercises over and over. They might increase repetitions, which helps increase muscular endurance, but this does not help one get bigger and stronger. To get bigger and stronger with bodyweight training, you must find a way to push your body with resistance. That
Lets be real. Fat loss is pretty easy. Change your eating habits and start working out, and you’ll start to burn fat fairly quickly. If you can drop 1-2 pounds a week, you’re doing a pretty good job. HOWEVER, it’s the stubborn fat that’s hard to lose. Everyone has that one part on their body
Intensity and time are related. The more intense a workout is, the shorter it will last. Here are a few methods to help you shorten your workouts: Option One: Create a Circuit What we’ll do is simply form a circuit with these exercises, performing them back to back. Instead of 2 minutes rest after each
Image by Michal Novotny I would like to restart my training diary on this website. I feel as though keeping a training diary on this site will help others see exactly how I incorporate the principles I present on this website into my practical life. I would also like some feedback from my audience. Feel
Lauren Murphy Why Warm Up? I have a confession to make. I haven’t been warming up. All summer long, the weather was hot, and I was always active. I didn’t really feel the need to warmup. I just jumped right into the workout. Read more.
It’s 6:52 am — still dark outside on a frosty Fall morning. A group of sweaty men and women are walking out of an empty exercise room with huge smiles on their faces. Why? They already finished their workout for the day! And they stoked their fat burning furnaces for the next 24-38 hours —