“What does an average week of workouts and eating look like for you?”
I’ve been asked this question quite a bit recently; so it’s time to answer it for you.
Below you’ll see a glimpse of last week’s workouts, meals, and why I’m currently working out and eating the way I do.
Before we move on, please let me say that this is how I am working out and eating at the moment. The workouts are tailored to my goals and needs and the foods I eat are the ones I enjoy. Please don’t read this and say, “This must be how I’m supposed to do things,” because that’s probably not the case. I strongly believe in tailoring your workouts and eating habits to … Click to continue reading
(Note – that’s another pic of my friend, Jill Coleman from JillFit.com).
If you missed Muscle Sculpting Workout Tips Part 1, be sure to read that for the first five muscle sculpting tips.
Today we’ll cover five more muscle sculpting tips you can apply to your workouts to start adding sexy muscle in all the right places.
When the goal is building muscle, most trainees turn to a 4-6 day per week bodybuilding split where each body part has it’s own day and is trained once a week. For example, many splits have an entire workout dedicated to a single muscle group. A generic layout with five workout days could be like this:
Day 1 – Chest
Day 2 – Back
Day 3 – Shoulders
Day … Click to continue reading
I’ve dedicated an article specifically to beginner trainees in the past with 11 Beginner Strength Training Tips for Women, but today, I’m going beyond the tips and I’m giving you detailed information on how you should design your strength training program.
In addition, I’m going to provide you with a strength training template you can used based on equipment availability; whether you train at home with just your bodyweight and dumbbells, or if you have access to a barbell set and power-rack — I’m going to show you how to get the most results from your training program.
Please watch this video to get everything you need to achieve the best results possible from your strength training. If you don’t have a chance to … Click to continue reading