Physical rehabilitation is as much about the mind as it is the body. The right attitude is the first step to putting a stable, consistent rehabilitation plan in motion.
“How do I make my own muscle-building diet?” is a complex question, and this article will take you through a complete step-by-step process. By the end, you’ll have a muscle-building nutrition program ready to go.
Just the other day, I was listening to a motivational speech that got me going. That speech made it clear to me that an evolution of the thought process and perception of what training should be is how lifters and strength athletes progress to the higher levels.
Once you learn how to activate muscles effectively, you’ll always see some progress in your training. Start here with the basics of axiomatic conditions.
Can you take a deep breath and remember that each set and rep in training is part of the greater year and not just that individual session?
Something doesn’t feel right as the bar descends, like your left pec is cramping or something. You touch, hear “press,” and then POP! It all goes black.
The most advanced scientific diet program only works if you stay committed. Consider a more flexible approach to keep you living a normal life while you transform your body.
Unimpressed? This old school method will help you get to 500 pounds, too.
A tree measured but not watered will show no growth. Know when to put down the yardstick and pick up the watering can.
Six REAL factors to getting strong, not the same crap we’ve read over and over… and over again. Seriously, how many times do we have to be told to train hard, be consistent, follow a program and eat right? Those may not even matter anyhow but these do.
Blaine needs this training to help address the stress and frustrations he will have all his life.
One day gives you 24 hours to get closer to your goal.
Many factors can influence your progress. Josh McMillan points out a few aspects that are key to making strength gains.
During my humble personal training career, I’ve witnessed some interesting training philosophies that personal trainers have in relation to training their clients and themselves.