I am starting The Fitness Masters Squat Mobility Challenge today for free. Once you sign up for the challenge, your will recieve one video a day for the next seven or so days to make a massive difference to your squat mobility.
WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO SQUAT!
HOW ELSE ARE YOU GOING TO POOP IN THE WOODS?
See more at the link below.
A strong posterior chain is essential for avoiding back pain and developing power in almost every sport. The problem is that most people sit on it all day, or do not use it, and therefore it becomes a bit lazy.
Posterior, a posh word for back, are the muscles in the rear of your body this includes the following:
If you are that person who 'cant squat' these are some progression movements that you can use to get yourself mobile and strong enought to being squatting.
Full session avaliable inside The Institute.
Inside The Institute you will be able to record your results and see more progressions for the Squat.
I really enjoyed this chat with James from YPC academy in the first ever The Fitness Masters podcast
We discussed the following
- The #YPCacademy (Your Perfectly Capable)
- Changing points
- Favourite books
We hope you are inspired to take some action and enjoy this podcast!
Thanks in advance for you all your comments and likes.
Books mentioned by James
1. Jack Canfield's Key to Living the Law of Attraction
2. Win or Learn by Coach John Kavanagh
2. The art of Happiness by Howard C.Cutler and Dalai Lama
Book mentions by Ben
1. The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson
2. Four-Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss
3. Mastery Robert Greene (author)
4. The Chimp Paradox by Prof Steve Peters
This smoothie is VERY nutrient dense (that means it is good for you) and will keep your feeling awesome for the day. It is also filling, so if you can get one of these in the morning, it should set you up for the day and fill you up until lunchtime.
I get asked a lot: How many hours a week do I need to see results?
The answer can vary... a lot.
There are many factors involved, such as:
The recommendations below are not necessarily the number of sessions you should have with a coach in a given week, but the amount of work needed to see reasonable results.
HOW TO GET 'RESULTS'
You can get great results with an online coach, in-person coach or with a group class, or simply following a training plan but not every option is suitable for everyone.
Online training or 'Remote Coaching' as I like to call it, is suitable for an individual who is comfortable going to the gym, or wants train at home on their own. It is defiantly a more cost effective option, but I would encourage most beginners to consider getting a coach for the short term so that you know for sure that you are moving correctly,
You will also require a level of self motivation to be successful with remote coaching.
My remote coaching options do include video analysis and video demonstrations to help make sure that you are doing all the movements correctly and tracking to ensure that your progress is monitored.
If you are confident with exercise then you should only need to see your coach for coaching sessions and accountability, this can make remote coaching a very cost-effective way of getting a personalised programme.
If you require more accountability, motivation or technique specific training sessions then you may prefer an in-person coach, or a combination of the two.