When I’m in the gym with my clients they will sometimes ask me if there is any significant difference between the squat and leg press with respect to the muscles involved and if they can get by with doing one or… Read More ›
With my background in Physical Education and Sports Nutrition I have seen many individuals make their way into various disciplines that Physical Education/Kinesiology prepares them for. One such area is Personal Training. I have met some great personal trainers and others that should have chosen another line of work.
It is interesting to watch some of the people attending a Bodybuilding/Fitness & Figure contest and hear the comments from them as they leave, noting they could have easily stepped onto that stage and claimed some of the shiny hardware.
Training Tips for the Gym Keep a Training Journal/Log: By using a journal to document your bodybuilding journey you can objectively and accurately assess your progress, identify trouble spots or areas of opportunity and plan realistic solutions to address those… Read More ›
Beginners make fast progress, even when doing the same workout week after week. Therefore, they should keep the same routine as long as that routine is producing results. Changing things too frequently creates negative interference, slows motor learning, and prevents… Read More ›