Your core or trunk is comprised of various muscles, such as the external and internal obliques, transverse abdominus, and erector spinae. There are more, however, the muscle most people are interested in building is the rectus abdominus (a.k.a. the “six-pack”).The function of the rectus abdominus is to flex the lumbar vertebrae, a collective term for the.. Read more →
My wife has a friend that I happen to follow on Instagram. Every couple months she’ll post that she’s doing some kind of 21-day to 6-week fat-loss challenge or program. Each subsequent day for that period will be pictures of every meal, workout selfies, and a hashtag for whatever program she’s on at the time.Following that.. Read more →
Client Cathy making really good progress. The journey has been tough for her but she keeps trucking. When all is said and done, she does what needs to be done.She’s on 3 days of training plus one 12-minute interval session post workout weekly.
Front vs. Behind-the-Neck Lat PulldownsA couple of weeks ago I wrote about the benefits of using an overhand, medium grip during lat pulldowns. That being said, I came across another study published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning that compared lat pulldowns using a forward (pulldown to the upper chest) and a behind-the-neck technique… Read more →
Earlier today I posted a pic of Tanis’ abs two days out from her show and a comparison of her 4-week changes from the front along with the following text:“Interestingly enough, the decision to compete was not made until 4 weeks out from the contest date. We were not prepping for anything, so when Tanis.. Read more →
It has always struck me as odd that people can be so concerned with what other people decide to put into their bodies.Often there is an intentional (or even subconscious) attempt at sabotage because every success you have is a reflection of somewhere they’ve fallen short. Whatever the reason, it is not about you. It is.. Read more →