How to Workout Properly and Efficiently

I’m going to try to make this post as concise as possible.  The chances are pretty high that you’ve been doing the same thing for your workout for a long time now, and you still haven’t seen results.  So why are you still doing it then?  As Alwyn Cosgrove says, “Psychology trumps physiology every time”. …

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If You Do Something Every Day, It’s Important – a Twist to Dan John’s Theory

“If something is important, do it every day.” – Dan John I’m not one to start off an article with a quote, but in this situation it works.  If you don’t know who Dan John is, I advise you to look him up.  He simplifies strength and conditioning in such a way that his theories…

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Leg Matrix

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aPsRLfkvyS0] Originally created by Alwyn Cosgrove, The Leg Matrix is a finisher of the following exercises back to back with no rest: 24 squats 24 alternating lunges (12 each leg) 24 lunge jumps (12 each leg) 24 jump squats What is a finisher?  It’s what you do to “finish” your workout.  It’s your way of…

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Further Reading

If you’re interested in really reaching your goals, you have a couple of options: Working with a trainer who knows their stuff (which is pretty hard to find these days as most commercial gyms only hire meat head trainers who have a nice muscle build and a pretty face).  Although, there are exceptions everywhere, your…

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Top 5 Reasons Why Women Should Lift Weights

A woman’s place is in the weight room, not on the cardio machines.  The following tips are meant to make you look and feel healthier, and improving your confidence of being in the weight room…opposed to wasting your time on the cardio machines. 1. You will get stronger! Don’t be a fragile girl anymore.  Every…

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