There’s no sense in getting fancy with partial range of motion until you really understand what FULL range of motion is like and how to know if you’re achieving it. It might not be as simple as you think! Also – when life throws something at you that forces you to take extended time off […]
Entries Tagged ‘competition prep’
Glute training tips for women AND men – because we all could use a little help! Also, logging your workouts – refer to this post for a companion visual and breakdown of some of the things discussed here. Also: bodybuilding myth debunked, Q&A, and the weekly rant!
Prep is long and hard, whether for a show or some other goal – finding and developing your strategy for maintaining focus is absolutely key to your success. Also, how to use the scale to track daily weigh-ins without driving yourself insane.
Every bodybuilder has to meal prep, but how do you make it easier and more efficient (discussion starts at 6:00 in). Also, the sequel to macros 101: MACROS 102! Fine tuning your flexible plan for optimal results (discussion starts at 37:42)
Coaches come in all shapes and sizes and with a wide range of strengths and weaknesses. I outline what I consider to be the primary roles a coach can fulfill so you can determine what’s important to you. Also, how to reduce your risk of injury in a sport that should really be quite safe!
There are a billion (precisely…I counted) articles online talking about the best way to train legs, why you NEED to train them twice a week, why training them more than once a week is a bad idea, or why you should only squat and forget everything else. This is not one of those articles. Instead […]
Some advice for the New Year’s crowds, my take on 2 very different approaches for off-season growth, and also a coach’s tips on how to search for an online coach!
If you’re reading this, you should be logging your workouts. Unless you have a freakshow memory, you just aren’t going to remember all the important stuff – and if you do this long enough, all the days/weeks/months/years tend to blend into each other and before you know it, you’re going to the gym to hit […]
More Q&A, a total softball thrown my way in “bodybuilding myths”, a discussion on how to be more efficient in the gym and also how to cope with holidays and all the associated food!
In episode 4 we do a little more Q&A, take a different spin on bodybuilding myths, discuss sleep quality and how to improve it, and finally start digging in to the nuts and bolts of proper lifting technique as we shift our focus on to creating muscular tension. Enjoy!