If you’re serious about your training, there’s a good chance you’ve still reached a plateau at some point during your training lifespan. It happens. The statement above holds true since muscle imbalances, small or large, are what normally lead to a stymie in one’s progress, or a possible injury.
Whether you’re going after muscle gain, fat loss, sport performance in season, sport performance out of season, or just want to get strong and look good, addressing the weak links in your chain will amplify your results. Lots of folks don’t take this to heart, though they may be fully aware that these problems exist! Once a plateau is reached, in a frenetic attempt to keep seeing results, they may start adding exercises to their structure. They may even succumb to something I like to call RTP (Random Training Phase). No set program, no gauge for progression, and ultimately lackluster improvements.
The worst part comes in time, as this approach starts “tricking” your psyche into believing that you’re still seeing results when nothing’s actually happening.
If you’re one of the 42 kajillion people to whom the above paragraph applies, it would be in your best interests to leave your programming and all of its particulars to someone else. Luckily, I do this stuff for a living, and I’m pretty good at it too.
Actually, let me tell you who shouldn’t.
If you’re still reading, good on you.
My training systems are quite simple. They’re also quite effective — that’s why I continue using them. Things start off with a basic assessment of your muscle balances, skeleton, and gait. After we take time to work out any kinks (and believe me, I’ll find some), it’s time to start having some fun with top notch program structure and take strides towards your goals at a blisteringly fast pace.
Got what it takes? Drop me an email and we’ll get to talking.
Most people scoff at the idea of “online” training. But it doesn’t comprise of a 6-week cookie-cutter program I pull off my shelf to email you during the commercial break of Family Guy.
To get things started, you receive a detailed questionnaire including photographs, an individualized programming system (I mean full programming. Not just your weight training workouts), regular weekly updates, and full access to my personal email. Really.
You can’t go wrong for the price of under 5 in-person sessions with your average Joe at Globo Gym.
For more info, contact me.