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Try the 10-5-20 Workout

If you’re looking for a little variety in your training routine, here’s a workout for you to try:  The 10-5 20 Workout.

This 3-day per week workout combines the benefits of… 104 more words

Strength And Conditioning

6 Questions for Making Changes and 4 Steps to Sustaining Them!

We all want to make a change and form healthy habits. Here are the questions you need to ask yourself in each area to support that change you want to make! 275 more words

5 Recovery MUSTS! Here’s what you need to know…

Rest and recovery are essential pieces of any training plan. In order to get the most benefit out of recovery, you must take an active approach… it’s not just about sitting around (well, some of the time it is!) 507 more words

10 Skills You Need to Remember When Creating a Workout Routine

Building a workout is not just about picking one thing and sticking with it. It’s about VARIETY!

When figuring out what to do, make sure you’re working on these 10 points for a well-rounded fitness program. 607 more words

Be Flexible With Your Training

I try to exercise six days a week, usually by strength training (4 days) and playing basketball (twice weekly).  Since I workout at the facility I own and operate, there’s rarely an excuse to miss a day (not that I haven’t).  143 more words

Strength And Conditioning

Variation: ignore it at your own detriment

Variation, as a principle of exercise for adaptation, is something that I have found to be completely misunderstood.  By some, it is interpreted as “never do the same thing twice, else you might explode” and by other, it is never considered, as evidenced by an endless program of 3 sets of 8 to 12 reps using traditional body building splits. 566 more words

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Variety is the Spice of... Fitness

If you want to see consistent improvement in the weight room (and — more importantly — on the court or field), you need to change things up once in a while.  94 more words

Strength And Conditioning