I completely agree with this statement as a personal trainer and coach. The best training is one that matches with how you use your body outside the gym. Great post!
Fitness writers, whether they are professionals or amateurs (such as me), enthusiasts or internet gurus, have been telling people how to train, and why they should workout the way they/we say in complete disregard to their lifestyle. To add more to the confusion, they’ll not only tell you how to train, but will offer a myriad of exercises that can (and should) take your brain into meltdown.
I’m calling bullshit.
I do, even though I tell people how they should train as well, giving them ample reasons as to why. Is this wrong? Not necessarily. Are you going to fail reaching your goals? Probably not. Why? Most things will and should work, as long as you know what and why you’re doing them and you keep all other things in context.
Why your training should meet your lifestyle
1. You’ll have fun
I think this is self explained. You’re not a pro, and seriously, doing something that…
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