Strength Training Brigham City UT

Weight Training

The Body Shop
(801) 525-4702
220 N Main St
Brigham City, UT
 
Anytime Fitness
(435) 734-9491
35 Skyline Dr
Brigham City, UT
 
Snap Fitness
(801) 737-1570
428 E. 2600 N.
North Ogden, UT
 
GGF & Mac Fitness Management
(801) 392-1744
597 2nd Street
Ogden, UT
 
Family Total Health Club
(801) 675-2512
83 North Harrisville Road
Ogden, UT
 
Physiques Finest
(435) 723-9898
770 South 200 East
Brigham City, UT
 
Cross Fit Ogden
(801) 814-1131
2343 N 400 E # 8
Ogden, UT
 
Cross Fit South Town
(435) 512-0844
517 W 100 N # 107
Providence, UT
 
Naturally Fit
(801) 393-7730
160 Taylor Avenue
Ogden, UT
 
Jolley Mark DC
(435) 723-2311
990 Medical Dr Ste Ul
Brigham City, 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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