Sometimes when you sit on a cross trainer or a bike for too long you will really begin to dread going to the gym. Me personally I train in parks, in gyms, at friends houses, on the beach and even in hotel rooms when I'm on the go.
You do not need a million weights to be a strong buff guy and you do not need 30 different type of cardio equipment to be a little hot chick.
All you need to do is understand the science behind movement and intensity.
To make that sound more simple doing the right movements under repetition varied with different intensity methods.
I want to be able to be a trainer that can educate my clients so they can become trainers for them selves, sounds silly but after you experience training people who enjoy training themselves and want to take their training to the next level it becomes extremely rewarding! I love helping people change their lives for the better, for me what I do isn't work it's something I absolutely love and thats why I communicate this through all my social media channel.
So what is a great way of training, that will guarantee results! Here is an example of what I do :)
Is movement we do every day that is RIGHT for the mechanics of our bodies, remember we are all not top level cross fitters or gymnasts some of us just want to move well with out pain and be able to do it easily.
Intensity - This can be measured by TIME, REPETITION, SPEED of the actual movement and LOAD which can be adding extra weight on top of your body weight.
Here is a basic functional workout that I do every now and then:
1. Basic deep body weight squats
2. Alternating reverse lunges
3. Squat Jumps
4. Skipping alternating legs
Now I add in intensity which in this case will be TIME.
45 seconds on each exercise, 15 seconds rest between exercises and we will do 4 rounds!
Thats 16 minutes of pretty solid movement with the biggest muscles in the body, doesn't matter who you are if you go hard you will feel this little circuit.
Sounds pretty basic and easy but have a go then let me know just how easy that was. We smashed the legs, used plyometric movement patterns (JUMPS) and we did functional movement that is the exact movement that you do everyday and that your body is designed to do. Plus all of these involved your core extremities so... not a bad little session?!
Happy training everyone!
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