How to Stay Consistent in the Gym?

Consistency + Effort = Results This is the formula for success for anything worth chasing. Whether it be in the gym, in business, in school or even with nutrition. It’s a simple formula, but definitely not easy to execute. I’m gonna list a few of my top tips for improving your consistency in the gym:Continue reading “How to Stay Consistent in the Gym?”

Will Putting Your Hands on Your Head Actually Help You Recover?

We all remember at some point in our lives having a coach or trainer tell us to “get your hands off your knees” when we are bent over gasping for air. They probably told you to stand up and put your hands on top of your head so you can open up your lungs andContinue reading “Will Putting Your Hands on Your Head Actually Help You Recover?”

Extensive vs. Intensive Training

One way to think about training is to put it onto a spectrum. On the right side of the spectrum, you have intensive training and on the left side you have extensive training. In an ideal world, athletes should train both ends of the spectrum and have a good balance of both ends. At differentContinue reading “Extensive vs. Intensive Training”

You’re in Quarantine, Now Go Sprint!

If you’re reading this, you are probably stuck at home being quarantined with no place to go because everything is on lock down. I’m writing this article today with the sole purpose of giving you an idea of a type of training that you can do at anytime and any place because I don’t wantContinue reading “You’re in Quarantine, Now Go Sprint!”

Get Hydrated!

We’re all aware of how important proper hydration is to our performance as athletes and also our daily lives. However, most people do not consider how important water is for our heart. Our hearts won’t have to work as hard if we are well hydrated and will therefore improve our heart health! By staying hydrated,Continue reading “Get Hydrated!”

Is Too Much Exercise a Bad Thing?

Yes. However, most people will never reach this point in their training. So don’t worry about it. Elite athletes are usually the only people that will reach this state, which is called overtraining. Defined as “when a person exceeds their body’s ability to recover from strenuous exercise.” Many people who are highly motivated to achieveContinue reading “Is Too Much Exercise a Bad Thing?”

The Best Ways to Recover After a Workout that You Are NOT Doing!

We all know the feeling of being incredibly sore after a brutal workout, but I can guarantee that you are not doing/incorporating all of the methods that are in this article. Recovery is the name of the game if you want to be in it for the long haul and continue training towards your goals.Continue reading “The Best Ways to Recover After a Workout that You Are NOT Doing!”