Very rarely do you see someone with an impressive grip and large forearms who is not strong.
Over the years, we’ve received many requests for bodyweight training programs that build large arms, strong shoulders or a wide back.
Conversely, grip and forearm strength doesn’t receive as much attention. By default, the workouts are not as glamorous your typical “street workout” training montage, but remain crucial to the development of your strength.
We’ve all experienced sleep deprivation. The feeling of lethargy, emotional heaviness and inability to concentrate has a direct correlation with mental and physical ineptitude.
Put simply, we’re not performing as well as we know we can and it can be incredibly disheartening. You may even begin to question your ability to complete tasks to a high standard which is antithetical to your success at work and in business.
We’re now nearly two months into 2017. It’s flown by fast, hey?
For some, this time has been a period to set lofty goals and expectations for the next 12 months. For others, a direction has already been set long ago, nullifying the significance of the first day of a new calendar year.
With that being said, I’d like to take this opportunity to discuss a timely topic, one which should receive the same amount of attention at any time of the year.
If you, upon reading the title of this article and clicking, decided to re-adjust yourself from a hunched stupor, then you’re already aware that paying attention to your body language is something you know you should be doing, but often tend to forget about.
If you didn’t… well, this article will be an eye opener.
For many, prolonged bouts of travel signify an inevitable regression in fitness and body composition. This fear may even be to the extent of avoiding travel altogether, as to preserve one’s hard-earned gains.
Finding a Personal Trainer is an often a first step for many wanting to begin their physical improvement journey, or to make sense of all the gym equipment at a nearby training facility.
We now live in a world where a “following” can be bought, and the six-pack physique on show is almost more likely to be a product of fabrication rather than hours of hard training and a balanced diet. If you’re not playing devil’s advocate and questioning the legitimacy of what’s around, you’re doing yourself a disservice.