Today is Part 2 of my interview with Dan Hubbard, the owner of Hubbard Training Systems in Indiana.
If you missed Part 1, check it out here => My Training and Nutrition Philosophy.
Today we cover important topics such as overcoming a negative self-image, my current training, the training differences of women compared to men, and we wrap things up with some very helpful tips.
DH: From my experience, many women have a self-defeating attitude when it comes to exercise training and their bodies. Often, a negative self-image is their primary motivator to work out. From your perspective, what is the best way to help these women overcome these psychological constraints?
NS: I know exactly what you’re talking about. Most women focus on how … Click to continue reading
This recent interview Dan Hubbard sums up my training philosophy quite well. All in all, it reveals my main thoughts on strength training and nutrition.
I enjoyed this interview so much that I decided to post it here.
Today will be Part 1 and I reveal my training and nutrition philosophy along with my opinion on supplements. I go off on a rant, but it’s very informative, if I do say so myself. : )
Dan Hubbard: Tell me more about yourself and your background for my readers. How did you get into strength training? How long have you been personal training?
Nia Shanks: I’ll do my best to keep this short and sweet. I got into strength training because of my Mom. … Click to continue reading
Ok – I have a bottle of ketchup, several tablespoons of old coffee
grinds, half a stick of butter, some fresh sprigs of rosemary, and a banana
You have 10 minutes to get all of it off my kitchen table
and into your…
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