Beginner and Advance Training Tips
I'm about to head to the gym to film the March Workout, "TT Fat Loss Switch". I don't have any "real workout" planned for myself today. But I'll be deadlifting tomorrow.
For beginners, I've added a couple of beginner videos to youtube. This one is from the TT Beginner Total Torso Training 2K11 program
Now for something more advanced.
Yesterday's Training SWITCH - Try Ladders
During some metabolic resistance training such as kettlebell work or barbell complexes, use ascending, descending, or pyramid "ladders" instead of using a set number of repetitions. For example, in a kettlebell swing-pushup-bodyweight row circuit, you could use a descending ladder of 10 reps in round 1, then 9 reps in round 2, etc., until you finish with a round of 1 rep.
Today's Kick-butt Mindset Tip
Much can be accomplished with a long term vision and resilience to short term setbacks. Not every problem is conquered overnight, but if you persist and never give in, you will succeed.
The best SWITCH in mindset is one towards personal responsibility. "You are responsible for your results. You will accept your results without casting blame and you will learn from your mistakes so as to not make the same mistakes again. And then you will move on. That is how you will live and that is why you will succeed." - From "The Winning Investment Habits of Warren Buffet and George Soros"
Today's Independence Tip:
Take 15-20 minutes and write down exactly how you want your business and life to be. Outline your perfect day. Create your vision. Set the rules. Identify what you will and will not do. Use this personal business philosophy to guide all of your decisions. Know what you want and what you are willing to do to get it. After all…“If you don't know what you want, you end up with a lot you don't.” - Doorman, Fight Club.
And if you have 30-seconds for a survey, I just have a few quick questions about your thoughts on Internet Independence here
Off to film,
Muscle Morphosis, MS