Cillian O'Connor - Strength and Conditioning
July 20, 2020
This email is to help anyone who hasn't trained in a while, or has let their training drop off significantly.
You might be wondering things like how many gains you've lost, how long it will take to get them back, and what should you be doing for your training.
Do you ever wonder how often you should change you training programme?
Let's take an objective look at why you would do this, and some logical reasons for when and how to do it.
Just a warning: this will be a longer article as this is a somewhat complicated topic.
One of the most common questions I'll get from people who struggle to get in shape is how to maintain motivation.
The answer is: you're asking the wrong question.
Before I begin, for a more in-depth discussion on this, check out my most recent episode of Philosophy...
July 6, 2020
Back with another edition of the Q+A, as it seems to be one of the most popular topics with you.
If you'd like to have a question answered for the next edition, you can get me at:
"Is it true that a wider gri...
Training is very easy to understand if you just stick to a few key principles. One I discussed recently on the podcast is that of specificity.
Essentially, your training should reflect your goals. Whatever you do in a training session, you should be able to just...
July 3, 2020
Another week of lockdown. I hope you're all keeping well and not gone insane just yet.
Today I want to provide you guys with the best leg exercises to do in lockdown if you have no equipment. Any of these exercises can be subbed in for a major lower body exercises in...
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!
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October 19, 2020
How to Accurately Weigh Yourself
October 16, 2020
Why These Exercises?
October 6, 2020
Coming Back From a Layoff
How Often Should You 'Change Things Up' ?
You don't need motivation.
Answers to Common Training Qs (#5)
Keep the goal, the goal.
The Top 3 Leg Exercises With No Equipment
Should Men and Women Train Differently
June 16, 2020
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