Welcome to our weekly blog filled with hints and tips to help you on your way to meeting your fitness goals. Are you up to the challenge?
Something slightly different this week - I wanted to do something that you could do and hopefully tell me about - a workout!
I can't tell you the weights you should use - they should be challenging whilst still under your safe control.
I will be doing another blog how what the A1/A2 system is and why it's my preferred training style for clients and myself.
Step 1 - Warm-Up
Every successful workout starts with a good warm up, so take the time to complete 2 minutes cardio, either a light jog or cycle will do, followed by 3 minutes dynamic stretching and 1 minute body weight exercises.
Step 2 – The Workout
‘Skillmill’ Sprints for 10 seconds, 30 seconds rest and repeat 5 times!
If you need a demonstration of any of the exercises or for any additional guidance, just let me know!
Step 3 – Cool Down
The cool down process is important, so be sure to complete a thorough post-workout stretch, Static stretches mixed with foam rolling is good to do now!
WEEKLY DIET HINTS & TIPS
Q. Are bread, carbs and sugar bad?
A. No! Unless you have a gluten intolerance bread won’t make you put on weight or stop you losing as long as you are in a calorie deficit, I would recommend you do eat a mix of carbs you enjoy as they will help you to recover and will help with your exercise performance! Too many carbs/sugars will make you put on weight not because they are carbs/sugar but because of the calories!
Quote of the week - “Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough.” - Og Mandino
For any more information just let me know, good luck, and please let me know how you get on!
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The Main Author is Dan Grimes, Guest authors will be posting too.