I’ve changed my mind; I was wrong about strength. Which, I guess, is ironic coming from a personal trainer / Strength and Conditioning coach. But this shouldn’t come as a shock; I’m sure you change your mind all the time too. Maybe you voted Conservative instead of Labour in the last elections. Maybe you decided that the career path you were on was not actually what you wanted to do. Maybe you realised that Cookie Dough wasn’t the best flavour ice cream, and now you are strictly Karamel Sutra when it comes to Ben & Jerry’s.
You know …… important stuff like that.
The Six Pack. The Holy Grail for all young men starting their weight lifting journeys. Whether they’re gracing the cover of glossy magazines, filling your social media pages, or following you around on all the clickbait ads that litter our home-page, you cannot escape the six pack. So you finally pulled your thumb out your ass, dieted down, trained hard, and finally…you’ve got abs! Read More
There’s more to lifting weights and personal training than just losing fat and building muscle. Sure, it’s a great side effect, and you probably want both of those to happen. But after the muscle building slows down, and you’re happy with the reading on the scales, there has to be a real reason to continue lifting weights.