Daily routines

It's common knowledge that if you win the morning you win the day. That being said, each morning you should set very little goals that are almost impossible to fail. For example, making your bed. This may seem very pointless but this method was developed by monks and the thinking behind it is this: almost … Continue reading Daily routines

Training Principals

So, you've made it this far and you have at least a basic understanding of weight training and the benefits it brings with it. You might even have a workout plan or routine underway and you're just looking to optimize results. Whatever the case, you came to the right spot. Training all in itself is … Continue reading Training Principals

Specialty Training

A large focus of this blog is placed on weight training and subsequently bodybuilding/body shaping however, I want to broaden the scope here and look at different types of training for different goals, looks, sports and get into the details of what makes certain workouts hit differently than others. For simplicity sake, we are going … Continue reading Specialty Training

Intermittent fasting

Traditionally, fasting is in regards to going an extended period of time with little to no food. Although this has been proven to have some health and possibly religious benefits fasting is normally something that I and many others think to be to extreme (I am open to the idea but have never personally fasted). … Continue reading Intermittent fasting

Failure and over training

As briefly mentioned in past articles, training to failure is a key concept in building muscle as well as just generally making progress in the gym. Training till failure does not mean that you must spend hours upon hours in the gym until you drop, that is very ineffective and not the point of training … Continue reading Failure and over training