How do you measure success?
How Regular People Should Train, Part 5
I think “success” is an interesting topic for a few reasons.
1. It’s completely subjective. What is viewed by some as success, progress or step in the right direction - may be perceived as a failure by someone else.
This doesn't mean you can’t be successful at living a fit and healthy lifestyle over 35 - it just means you need a plan to systematically instill the habits that will ensure your success by choosing the right metric.
How Regular People Should Train, Part 4
By now I would hope that most people understand that strength training is important and when I say strength training I mean actually trying to get stronger, not just going through the motions with sub-maximal weights.
In order to make the body stronger it has to be continually
How Regular People Should Train, Part 3
You may notice a common theme in my writing and my training philosophy is, as my Isaac from Bangor, Maine once said, “Stop trying to be Hardcore.”
Right now “hardcore” and “high intensity” workouts are the fad, but is it really how
How Regualr People Should Train, Part 2
Read Part 3 of "It doesn'y have to hurt to work" and find out why the “Train like a S.E.A.L.” and flashy HARDCORE, EXTREME, HIGH INTENSITY, WORKOUT ‘TIL YA PUKE type workouts and programs are one of the biggest factors keeping you from your fitness goals.
In this installment Coach BJ dives into more detail about why the average person should NOT be training like a Navy S.E.A.L. or using High Intensity Interval training to achieve their goals.