Work hard, be consequent in the thing you doing, stay dedicated and motivated. You will achieve things that you always have wanted. There is no easy way or magic just hard work and right mind set, that’s what you need. If you really really want something than you must do everything in your power to get there.
Today this Lebanese gentleman needed a coach at the World Championships and I stepped in.
We had no idea what each other were saying and had to hold up fingers to communicate numbers and timings to each other & he won a silver medal🥈🏋🏻♂️
A simple, yet amazing idea for your #oats courtesy of @evangelxne this morning! 😮😍👌 Perfect to thicken your bowl up and add a little flavour, works perfectly with a delicious square or two from our #proteinchocolate slab range 🍫🍫🍫
SUSTAINABILITY AND SPECIFICITY
There are two things that are SO important for programming, but is also the most overlooked in the fitness and training industry.
Reality is, there is no "best'' training program because the required programming and end goal are different for everyone in some way.
With that said; pretty much any training program will probably give you results in form of strength or muscle gain, IF the principle of progressive overload (aka progression) is taking place.
But the reality is also that these initial gains quickly wear off. Then suddenly, the heaps of loop holes and errors in the program gets exposed.
Also most of these programs don't take care of the sustainability aspect. They're just difficult for the sake of being difficult (300 workout programs we looking at you). Whenever I start working with a new client, they get a set of questions they have to answer in order for me to map out what their goals and capability level are.
This way, their program's difficulty, training split, and most important training style are alligned with what they actually want to achieve through my coaching. It's also made in a way that interferes as little as possible with their life outside the gym.
If you, as a coach, prescribe a greatly programmed, scientifically proven bodybuilding program to 61 year old John Doe who just wants to MOVE AND FEEL BETTER, you're ignoring the most important part of programming. (There will be a part 2 of this where I discuss how to expose a bad training program and what to look for)
Got duty today and leave for the second part of the underway soon so again I won’t be on here. If you need to contact me do it via email [email protected] or on Facebook (Antonio cadena) sea y’all soon (get it “sea”😂🌚)
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What are you doing with your training ?
There are plenty of different ways you can go with this, but you shouldn’t do them all at once, find out what your looking to do and how your willing to train first!
Amount per week trained on that body part
The number of working sets your doing
NOT INCLUDING FLUFF
The amount fo effort you put into each set
This is not to do with 1RM percentages its about EFFORT
When training a body part once per week you need more volume because your frequency is low
With a higher frequency, I like low volume with high intensity (all out effort sets) so you make the most of shorter sessions but your still able to recover properly in time for the next one