Abner started doing personal training with me with a goal to get stronger and lose some weight. On Abner’s first day, March 7th, 2017, he weighed 190 pounds...20 weeks later, the results where phenomenal.
A macrocycle is the board view of the full year of training, also know as an annual training plan consisting of a Pre-season, season, off-season. A [...]
When I ask my clients what their strength goals are, the most common response I get is I would like to be able to do a pull-up. Being able to do a pull-up is a great measure of strength. It is a benchmark for a lot people. I've broken this down into 3 easy steps.
Step 1 - Negatives
The best way start developing the strength need for a pull-up is start with doing negatives....
The push-up is a great exercise and one of my most favorite because you can do them anywhere, whether you’re at home, at the gym, at a park or on vacation. Also push-ups are great because you can workout a lot of different muscles with just one exercise and no equipment is needed. However, push-ups are easy to mess up especially when you are trying to do a lot of them. I broke down the push-up into 3 easy steps to make sure you always do a perfect push-up...
At first look the basics of a Kettlebell Swing are pretty straight forward, grab the weight with both hands, swing it through your legs, up to your chest and then back through your legs. However, even though it may look simple, the kettlebell swing actually has a lot of precise parts to it. I’ve broken it down into 4 easy steps to help you get the most out of your swing.