After the home workouts I published for Christmas, I received a lot of messages. Some of you wrote me that you tried them and that you have never felt better,…
Probably each one of you, who has the scarce idea of working out, has heard the notion, how in order to have progress, you should be constantly stressing your body. And for that goal, they say you are supposed to use all kind of different exercises, in order to introduce the desired variety.
The happiest day of my life, was the one, when I understood that this is a really wrong understanding of a proper workout. Or at least not the statement itself, but its interpretation. I completely agree with the fact, that in order to progress you should exert some kind of stress upon your body. Because if you do the same thing all over again, there will come a time when your body will adapt and even if you keep on progressing, your results won’t be proportional to the efforts you make.
In the desire to bring more variety, a lot of trainees neglect the basic, compound movements and instead they do all kind of fancy movements, which could be perfectly applied in circus, but not in the gym, where the goal is to use your time effectively, in order to achieve optimal results- a combination of function and appearance.
Today I will share with you some of the right approaches ( at least in my opinion), in order to achieve the variety you search for, without gaining experience as a circus artist. (more…)
Yesterday I was for a walk in the park with my best friend, who is a professional basketball player! She was telling me about her new team and her coach, as well as for the upcoming conditioning. She told me how her coach, explained how there are two girls on the team who spend ALL DAY LONG in the gym and they actually work out!
Shocking! This is a BIG,BIG mistake that most people do- Lack of intensity in workouts! If your workouts have enough intensity, you won’t need to spend way too much time in the gym and I guarantee you that you won’t have the strength to train longer. Fortunately, lately more people who work out, realize that “more” doesn’t always mean “better”. This is so true for workouts! Longer training sessions aren’t an equivalent to more effective workouts!
Let’s first find out what intensity means. (more…)
How often do you workout?
Let me guess! Not very often, because “You don’t have time”, “You are too busy”,”It takes way too much time” …
As we’ve already discussed it “ I don’t have time” is a plain excuse and you can not convince me that you are so busy, that you can’t take between 20-60 minutes to work out at least three times a week. There are probably just a few people that could pass with this excuse and guess what? You are not one of them!!!
You have no idea how you could work out not more than 30 minutes, three to four times a week and be as fit as you’ve always wanted to be!
In order to achieve short, but quality workout, you should follow the rules below: (more…)
People often ask me, how I manage to find time for working out. Sometimes I start thinking, am I the one that has way too much free time or they…
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