Strength Training American Fork UT

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Anytime Fitness
(801) 763-1998
11055 N Alpine Hwy
Highland, UT
 
Newport Sports Club
(801) 772-0777
11117 North Alpine Highway
Highland, UT
 
Anytime Fitness
(801) 607-1338
695 N State Street
Orem, UT
 
Gold's Gym
(801) 765-4653
44 East 800 North
Orem, UT
 
Utah Health And Wellness Center
(801) 225-2623
386 East 720 South
Orem, UT
 
Gold's Gym
(801) 492-4652
648 E State Rd
American Fork, UT
 
Utah Health Fair Group & Promotions
(801) 691-6486
1684 North 280 West Street
Orem, UT
 
Personal Fitness Systems LLC
(801) 375-6550
385 West Center Street
Orem, UT
 
Equinox
(801) 426-0700
211 E 840 S
Orem, UT
 
Canyon Springs Wellness Center
(801) 375-6500
3089 North Canyon Road
Provo, UT
 

A no-nonsense guide to designing your workouts

A no-nonsense guide to designing your workouts

Posted by Mike Furci (07/27/2010 @ 9:26 am)

In my recently rewritten article “ A no-nonsense guide to design your workouts “, which is a three-part series, I offer no BS ways for beginners and veterans alike to keep their workouts fresh while consistently making gains.

Everywhere you turn these days, weight training seems to be the focus. And why shouldn’t it be? A proper weight training program produces many positive effects, including: increased muscle mass; reduced body fat; increased bone density; improved insulin sensitivity; improved self-esteem; and overall well-being. The list goes on. Yet with all the information available, why is it so hard for people to make progress? Because most of what is out there is BULLSHIT!!

Helping people is what being a trainer and a coach is all about. Most publishers and editors are so hell-bent on selling magazines, they print things like this: “Put 2 inches on your arms in 21 days;” “Have a chest like Arnold’s in just 6 weeks.” People, just like you, purchase this type of trash in the hopes that it might work. These writers and editors rely on your ignorance.

Having the knowledge and ability to help somebody achieve their goals goes far beyond writing an article about workouts. Writing workouts is actually a pretty easy thing to do. Just about anyone with a little bit of knowledge can do it, and many ? unfortunatel...

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