The Often-Ignored “Killer App” Strategy That Every Great Fitness Coach Knows About (But The Gurus Hate And Fear) That Can Rapidly Improve Your Fitness Results Overnight Just By Making One Tiny Change To Your Exercise Program
I’m about to show you how to get extremely fit with a workout strategy the fitness gurus don’t want me to talk about. In fact, a lot of them fear what I’m about to share with you here. And the truth is that this is no secret, and every great fitness coach or strength and conditioning specialist knows exactly what I’m about to show you. But there are some out there in the fitness world – and many of the big Whigs – who don’t like when this little issue pops up and shows them to be the biased frauds that they really are (charming as they may be).
Regardless, I’ve found that from some of the cultural brainwashing that has taken place in the fitness industry, a lot of people just don’t know about or use this strategy. And it’s a real shame because it can literally skyrocket your results from making the most basic changes in your program. So, if you’re willing to make one tiny change to your exercise program, using ANY type of equipment, and you’re willing to research and apply the killer app strategy, then I can practically guarantee you’ll experience much better results in your training program immediately.
Get The Most Out Of Every Strength Training Repetition With These Simplified Tips About Repetition Speed
Much has been said about strength training when it comes to repetition speed and tempo considerations. There are a zillion and one different opinions out there and many different formulas to try, and I think most of them are pure garbage – not because they’re not effective, but because they aren’t personal (ie individualized to a specific athlete/trainee). In my opinion, they only add to the overly-complicated nature that strength training already suffers from. And the last thing people need is yet another variable to keep track of in their workout program.
So, in an effort to help you achieve your strength and fitness goals as quickly and healthfully as possible, I’m going to present to you a simplified explanation on the different repetition speeds and tempo considerations – free from any arbitrary standards to which you must conform yourself to – and suitable for practically anyone besides elite professional athletes and Navy SEALs.
This was all inspired by a question I received on my pushup technique video by Youtube user, Nico Enders. He said, “Great video, just one question. What should your rhythm be like? Slow or fast continuous motions, and does it make a difference? Cheers.” So, I filmed this video to answer his question and provide you with a simple blueprint to manage your repetition speed – and clear up any confusion about a subject that really shouldn’t be confusing, except to so-called fitness gurus.
A Simple 7-Step Blueprint To Maximize Your Health, Fitness, and Quality Of Life By Pursuing Excellence In Your Physical Training Regime In A Systematic And Holistic Manner
There are many ways to skin a cat, and virtually unlimited ways to improve your health, fitness, and quality of life through some form of physical training, practice, or recreation. My journey through this realm has brought me many places and has had me try many different things in an effort to find what works best.
And so, today, I want to present you with a simple blueprint for optimizing your physical training regime in a systematic and holistic manner in an effort to help you maximize your health, fitness, quality of life, and the other various benefits you receive from training – using the best knowledge I currently possess.
It should be noted that this is most certainly not the easy way to go about these things. This isn’t something that can be done in a matter of weeks or in 20-30 minutes per day. Certainly not! But you can start there if you need to. Heck, start at one minute per day if you have to!
Also, an underlying principle in this method is gradual progression. It may very well take years to acclimate yourself to using the full gamut I’m about to present to you, and it’s a process that should not be rushed. That said, here are the key areas I would suggest you address in your training program. In my opinion, some ares are more important than others for most people, and this isn’t necessarily the order that would be best-suited for you – your needs, goals, and circumstances. Continue reading The 7 Crucial Elements Of A Balanced Physical Training Regime
A Simple Exercise Strategy You Can Use For Immediate Performance Enhancement That Can Be Done In One Minute Or Less
What I’m about to reveal to you is no secret, but I do sort-of feel like I’m about to give you classified information. You see, at a Circular Strength Training certification seminar I attended back in 2011, Scott Sonnon, whom is the creator of the CST system, disclosed to all the attendees that in a European group of elite powerlifters that he had worked with, one simple strategy improved their max lifts by an incredible 20%. When he said that, I muttered in disbelief, “20%,” to which he nodded to confirm.
Now, whether or not that is actually true remains to be seen, but I don’t think Scott is one to out-right lie about something like that. Regardless, even if it’s somewhat true (e.g. the numbers weren’t quite 20%, or they weren’t really elite powerlifters, or something to that effect), this is probably something worth paying attention to – and I have been. In fact, I’ve been putting this little theory to the test almost every day since 2006 – even before I knew what I was doing.
Now, I’m no powerlifting expert, but I do know that when you get to an elite level in powerlifting, a fraction of a percentage increase in one of your lifts is something to be proud of. Heck, just one more pound added to your total is reason to celebrate, and Scott divulged to us that this little trick led to a whopping 20% increase in strength performance. And it didn’t take weeks or months. It happened instantly – within one seminar.
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Now, you might be thinking that this is an interesting theory, and it remains so, but I’ve found that this one strategy does, in fact, dramatically improve performance in not just weightlifting or even strength training, in general, but in all forms of physical activity. Let me repeat that. There is one simple trick that anyone can perform which will dramatically improve performance in any and all forms of physical activity. Yes, all of them. Continue reading How to Hot-Wire Your Nervous System For Instantly Better Strength and Conditioning Performance
Build World Class Strength With These Expert Tips From Dan John
If you’ve never heard of Coach Dan John before, then allow me to introduce you to a legend in the strength and weightlifting community. Some of the things that come to mind when I think of Dan John are old school strength training, olympic lifting, kettlebells, goblet squats, throwing heavy things, farmer walks and other loaded carries, and getting back to the basics, among other things.
I first ran across Dan’s work when I read one of his articles on T-Nation back in 2004 and have followed him on and off since then. Dan was one of the men who really inspired me to get serious into the iron game back when I was in college, and Dan who pushed me over the edge to learn the Olympic lifts when the opportunity finally presented itself.
I’ve always admired his no-nonsense, simple approach to strength training, and the fact that he’s got nothing up his sleeve. He’s open, honest, and humble – and he knows his craft very well. Seriously, this is a man who can get you ridiculously strong if you want it bad enough, and his advice is always spot-on.