I created a guide for coaching clients on how to stay on target during this uncertain time. The email and videos I sent them were so popular, they asked me to put it here on the site for everyone. If you have any ideas on how to make this better,…
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- How To Train When You Don't Have Access To A Gym
- Novice Powerlifting Program
- Novice Bodybuilding Program
- Intermediate Powerlifting Program
- Intermediate Bodybuilding Program
- The Big 3 Routine [For Barbell Beginners]
- Three Day Split RPT [Abbreviated Routine]
- >> How to Choose the Right Training Program [Updated]
- The 5 Training Principles That Matter
- A Guide to Exercise Selection (When You Don't Have Access to a Coach)
- How to Keep Progressing as a Novice and Intermediate Trainee
- What is Realistic Progress When Cutting?
- How to Break Training Plateaus [Decision Tree & Checklist]
- A 6-Step Guide to Building Training Programs
- How to Address Weak Points in Your Lifts
- Implementing RPE in your Training [Email Course]
- How Stress Affects Your Program and Progress
- Why Too Much Cardio Can Hamper Your Physique Goals
- How Much Cardio Should You Do When Cutting?
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In bodybuilding, middle deltoid development is important to make you appear wider and tapered. Due to this, I often see emphasis placed on lateral raise variations and hear the concern that without their inclusion, delt development will lack. While I don’t dispute the importance of lateral raises (you will even…
Everyone starts their journey by taking a pre-built training program and trying it out. I made my first program choice after a three-minute perusal of my local supermarket’s magazine rack. That month’s copy of Men’s Health advertised a program promising 10 pounds of gains in 6 weeks, which was exactly…
A caloric deficit doesn’t have to come entirely from the diet, and you probably guessed that adding some cardiovascular work to expend more energy rather than restricting your energy intake alone, could also be useful. A simple way to estimate energy expenditure during cardio requires you to determine a rating…