There’s something simple (and very important) you likely aren’t doing, and it’s costing you results.
If you’re not listening to your body’s feedback during workouts (or just don’t know how), then you’re probably not achieving the best results possible.
Following a proven strength training program is a terrific way to ensure you achieve your goals and get the results you want.
BUT . . .
Being able to strength train intuitively makes any workout program you follow even more effective and will allow you to design a program based on your needs, goals, and preferences.
Allow me to explain. Being able to strength train intuitively means possessing the ability to listen to your body’s natural feedback it provides during your warm-ups and workouts, and then responding according.
Have you ever gone through a workout that just didn’t feel right? Perhaps you didn’t have the strength that day, or maybe you didn’t sleep well the night before. Most people grind through the pre-scheduled workout without making any adjustments. They proceed to perform the prescribed exercises, sets, and reps as dictated by the routine.
But sometimes this ̬ not listening to your body — can cause more harm than good.
That’s why intuitive strength training is so beneficial. You’ll learn how to interpret the feedback your body provides and adjust accordingly on any given day. This ensures you’ll make progress whenever possible, and do so safely.
That, and much more, is covered thoroughly in Intuitive Strength Training.
Intuitive Strength Training Table of Contents
Here’s a look at what’s covered in Intuitive Strength Training:
What is Intuitive Strength Training and Why is It Beneficial? — these chapters explain exactly what intuitive strength training is, why it’s beneficial, and why you should be doing it.
How to Strength Train Intuitively — this chapter tells you exactly how to train intuitively, and it all begins with the warm-up. Learn how to listen to your body and respond accordingly to get the maximum results from your workouts, and do so safely for the long-term.
Find out what to do when an exercise just doesn’t feel right, you’re not having a great day, and what to do when you feel awesome.
How to Strength Train when You’re Injured — injuries or general aches and pains are inevitable. This chapter tells you exactly how to keep training while you’re injured so you can keep getting results. Also covered are the best exercises you should use if you want to remain on the injury offense while still being able to train hard.
The Main Components of a Strength Training Program — this section covers what I consider to be the three components of any strength training program:
- Strength exercises: and the two best ways to set up the set/rep/volume scheme
- Accessory exercises: and five ways to set up the set/rep/volume scheme
- Bonus work: how and when to include this and what to do for boosting fat loss, increasing strength, and building muscle
Learn the differences between each component, the best exercises for each category, and how to design a well-rounded routine that will get you on the fast track to achieving your goals.
Workout Templates — this section tells you exactly how to design your own workout programs. Discover the best exercises to use and some of my personal favorite and most effective templates. You’ll also see exactly how to organize the strength, accessory, and bonus work into the program so it’s tailored specifically to your goals and preferences.
Program Design — this section not only includes some done-for-you workout programs, but you’ll see exactly how to create your own programs based on your favorite exercises, the equipment you have available, the number of days per week you want to strength train, and much more.
This section contains two of my personal favorite, and most popular, program design templates:
- Total Body Program — this is the go-to program for trainees who want a well rounded routine that can be tailored for building maximum strength, sculpting muscle, and losing body fat.
- Minimalist Program — for those who truly have minimum time to train but don’t want to sacrifice results, this program is a must. This is also the perfect program for those who are involved in other physical activities and prefer to use strength training to supplement their health and fitness regimen. Everyone should try a minimalist program at least once to experience how effective a quality over quantity approach truly is.
With these two templates you’ll discover how to design your own workout programs so you can strength train for years on your own. (There are some done-for-you programs, too).
Advanced Trainee Considerations — advanced strength trainees must do things differently to keep getting results. This chapter gives you plenty of ideas you can apply to your workout to ensure you keep achieving your goals.
Frequently Asked Questions — this chapter covers the most frequently asked questions such as what to do when sore, during a menstrual cycle, coming back from being sick, what set and rep schemes to use based on your goals, what to do if your main goal is to lose fat or sculpt muscle, and much more.
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What are the Benefits to Strength Training Intuitively?
There are several.
- When you know how to listen to your body’s feedback and adjust accordingly, you’re more likely to reap the rewards from your workouts. You’ll also be less likely to injure yourself.
- You’ll no longer be frustrated when you have a bad workout because you’ll know exactly how to respond on those days in a way that helps you achieve great results.
- You’ll discover the exercises that work best for you instead of forcing yourself to perform exercises that cause discomfort or pain.
- Make more progress with your workouts by learning how to take advantage of the days you feel great and how to respond when you just aren’t having a good day at the gym.
- Discover how to design your own personalized workout routines based on your experience level, workout equipment, and goals. (Or follow the done-for-you programs, if you prefer).
Reap the maximum results from your efforts by listening to, and working with, your body. That’s what intuitive strength training is all about.
Intuitive Strength Training Reviews
Here’s what people are saying about Intuitive Strength Training:
This is a great guide for those who are interested in creating a workout program to suit their personal needs and goals while including exercises they love to do. It provides many variations of exercises for a trainee to pick from and explains how to incorporate them into a workout program so you can get a full body workout every time. Before I read the guide, I was unsure about how to incorporate different exercises that I like to do most into a workout that would be effective and help me meet my goals. The guide also provides useful information on how many reps of an exercise to do based on one’s goals as well. This is a great guide to read if you like to do many different types of exercise (classes, yoga, biking, etc) and are looking for a way to incorporate a personalized strength training routine into your already established workout schedule! — Sara C.
Nia has done a great job of giving insight into listening to one’s body—something that many of us have learned how to tune out. She also provides a great template for designing a personal workout program that is tailor-fit for an individual’s preferences and needs. While I am currently injury-free (and hope to remain so!), in the recent past I suffered a pretty significant injury. Nia has provided some great suggestions for approaching fitness while injured, including highlighting those exercises that might be less stressful on an injury. Reading through this book has given me a better understanding of how to work out in the moment. I really enjoyed the breakdown on how to design a program. It gave me a greater appreciation for the workouts I am/have been doing, as well as inspiring me to design something just for me.
— Stephanie P.
The Intuitive Strength Training guide is one the most comprehensive and worthwhile things I have read on strength training and exercise in general. There are explanations of how you should work out and you can work out to make things interesting. I have read this guide twice. I had forgotten a lot from the first time. I need to put it on my calendar to re-read once every three months. It is so useful. It needs to be studied again and again. You learn how to care for your body as you build your body. It’s such an important reminder of when to take it easy and when to push yourself. It’s important to tune in to your body to progress. I absolutely love this guide. This is by far the best thing I have read in a long time. — Kathleen B.
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P.S. You can start getting better results from your workouts by listening to, and working with, your body. Intuitive Strength Training shows you exactly how and even includes several done-for-you workout programs you can follow and templates you can use to design your own programs.
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