And we’re back.
Like any good work-out routine, sometimes a break may be required. For any variety of reasons. However, it’s senseless to sit here and list them all out. The important thing is to get back into the swing of things and rededicate yourself.
A good friend once shared with . . . → Read More: Rededicate Yourself
What’s the easiest thing to do when a new year begins? Making a resolution.
What’s the hardest thing to do for that same year? Sticking to that resolution.
January is perhaps the most profitable month for gyms. Countless of out-of-shape people sign up for memberships at your local gym to fulfill their commitment to the . . . → Read More: Fitness New Year’s Resolution
There’s something about the fall weather that reminds me of Rocky running through Philadelphia in his layered getup.
And if you’re anything like me, you enjoy an outdoor workout every now and then. Whether it’s going for a jog in beautiful weather or using outdoor fitness equipment at a local park, switching things up here . . . → Read More: Fall Fitness Exercise Ideas
Everyone wants to work out, some actually do it, but for those heavily focused on training sometimes an important element is missed: taking a break.
We are inundated with information about doing more in less time. Supersetting. Spending insane hours in the gym. Training every single part of our body. Etc. Etc. Etc. However, . . . → Read More: Why you need to take a break RIGHT NOW and read this
We’re going to keep it short and sweet for this one because we will touch more on it in the coming week. You use correct form. You’re confusing your muscles correctly. Your training routine is hitting every major muscle group but yet you are showing little to no progress. What’s lacking?
This is . . . → Read More: Your Diet Is Important To Working-Out
Are you motivated to work out? Are you looking for more motivation to start training and getting serious about your fitness?
I started to look for answers when it comes to working out and motivation. An interesting quote from Tim Ferriss on the motivation to work out:
I would actually say that motivation is not . . . → Read More: How to Get Motivated to Work Out
I had a conversation with a friend recently about something that just blew me away. We started talking about the usual when he dropped a bombshell on me:
“I feel guilty about working out”
Feeling guilty for working out? You’ve gone completely sideways man!
His reasoning was that because of his upcoming school assignments he . . . → Read More: Guilt Trip
“I didn’t have anybody to go with”
What and mommy didn’t pack you your lunch for work? This is the worst excuse to not using the gym. You will not get far into your desires of improving your body by waiting around for others to help you.
In fact, having a work-out . . . → Read More: Workout Partners