Some training will always be better than none, especially if you follow this Get-Shredded Workout. If you’re short on time, you’re going to have to hammer the basics. Your primary focus is efficiency – time to stop messing around on Instagram, put your head down, and work.
Counting calories can be boring, tedious, and confusing. However, a few simple food swaps allow you to use food science and biochemistry to trick your taste buds and brain into eating well while still saving calories.
Maybe you find yourself leaving the house each morning trying to find energy in a bottomless cup of coffee or an extra-tall Monster. Take heart, you’re not alone. However, I’d argue that this is not normal either. To the average person, the solution seems simple – sleep more.
If you’re like most personal trainers, your in-person revenue stream was likely shut down as well. This pandemic has brought about some interesting business changes that may have you rethinking your current strategy.
As a personal trainer, understand that your role extends far beyond the gym. While barbells, dumbbells, and protein are your main tools during your coaching session, realize that your client’s environment largely dictates their lifestyle for the other 23 hours of the day.
Over the last decade, many claims have surrounded the use of self-massage, also known as self-myofascial release (SMR). However, many of those assertions are rooted in anecdotal reports because the research suggests otherwise. Let’s look at four of the top claims.