So you've been lifting for a while and you've seen some great progress. Your training weights have gone up quite a bit and you may even be starting to see the results in the mirror.
But something is terribly wrong. Recently, things have started to get hard. Your gains have slowed down or stopped completely and you have no idea why. I'm here to set you straight and show you that there's almost never a complicated answer to this. Here are the top 6 reasons, in order of likel
When I start managing someone's training, one of the big differences they notice is how much lighter I make everything. In my experience, most people put way too much emphasis on the intensity of a single session.
Read on to learn why 'starting too light' is a critical principle for longterm success. The Ladder Analogy My favourite way of explaining the training process (and the importance of starting light) is The Ladder Analogy.
The top of the ladder is our goal, and ea
Social media has slowly crept more and more into our lives over the past decade. When I was in school, sharing photos from parties on Facebook and having awkward 'conversations' with that girl you liked on Messenger was more or less the extent of social media's role in my life. Nowadays, you cannot go into any social setting without noticing that almost everyone has their face buried in a phone screen.
I'm not just writing this today to give you some BS 'Top 5 Tips to Redu
As you're probably already aware, the Netflix documentary 'The Game Changers' has recently made a big splash in the health and fitness space. I have already received a few questions from clients about it, so I've written this article to have something I can direct people to for my thoughts on the film. Important Note There are a few things I'd like to make clear before I proceed, as people tend to interpret things in a 'black and white' or 'good and 'bad' paradigm.
1. The p