As much of a cliche as it may sound, it appears that a sub-section of todays society chases materialistic goals. This is through no fault of their own, they’re bombarded with messages throughout the day about how to make more money (if you can’t, then how to get more loans), so you can buy MORE […]Read More No shortcuts.
A number of statements I agree with, and a very good article amongst other very good articles. Yeah, go to your local gym and see what passes for work. Even the people engaged in bodybuilding efforts or performing (and I mean “performing” in the sense of acting) short, high intensity cross-training circuits aren’t doing anything […]Read More Opinions – from Gym Jones
I joined a new gym last year because of a move to a different town. It was one of the brand name gyms, marketing itself as a “health club”, everything to all people. Somewhere for the family to go swimming, enthusiasts to train hard, couch potatoes to watch TV, they even had a Nintendo Wii […]Read More Starting, again.
The following performed in quick succession with 30sec rest periods between exercises, 3 circuits. Do each exercise by time (i.e. 30secs), not reps. Gradually increase time as body becomes more acquainted with routine. Crunches – Side to side, back does not touch floor for duration of exercise. Press-ups – Chest to floor, then full extension of […]Read More The Morning Routine