The One Essential Lesson You Can Learn From Last Week’s Training

Good Morning Adventurers!

You may be mourning that the day is Monday. Why moan when you can gather the momentum needed to propel you to the next level? Attitude truly makes the difference!

You are invited to learn from my experience from last week. Each week you will look at what I have learned that possibly can help you in your own training or cause you to shake your head at my shenanigans.

Just a quick blurb, I have been training with weights now since June 2011. Now does this make me an expert? Ha! Hardly. Actually to be a master at anything, you will need to have at least 10,000 hours to achieve mastery level.

So I am still learning that I haven’t arrived at all. Okay, enough gabbing, here is what I learned this past week: Continue reading

“Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but…”

Ronnie Coleman said it best: “Everybody wants to be a bodybuilder, but nobody wants to lift the heavy &^%$ weight!!”

In order to gain mass, you must move mass.  Look at one of the masters Konstantins Konstantinovs deadlifting.  Look at how solid his form is in lifting.  Look how he focuses before he lifts and sets himself.  By the way, he didn’t gain the mass by doing failures, I’m sure.

Have you ever done deadlifts or squats?  If so, why did you start them?  If not, why not?