When pregnant never allow your heart rate above 130bpm. Don’t exercise because you will be “more tired”. Don’t run because it will shake the baby. Training while pregnant is UNSAFE. We say, “NOT TRUE”. Today we start our new series titled “FITNESS MYTHS – by TEAM Warrior Within”. First up is ‘Working Out While Pregnant’ by Melanie Hagner
Cake in a jar! PACKED WITH PROTEIN? Perfect for your post workout meal. What could be better after a workout than eating cake! Throw this healthy cake in a jar into your gym bag as your headed out.
One plate, now two, then three. And it returns, that devil stabbing your belly, begging to be released and unleashed. The hacking cough escapes my lips in an attempt to fight, but the seal has been broken, there’s no hope today. Gotta’ let it fly.
Controlling your diet, not letting cardio take over your workouts, and setting reasonable goals are just a few of the things that you can do to make sure you achieve your New Years Resolutions.
I have FINALLY engrained it in my head that I need to get stronger on the basic compound movements. Up until this year I have been at the same goddamned strength level for four or five years. This past year, however, I have finally listened to the likes of Dante and Dusty and I have kept a log book and made it PRIORITY NUMBER ONE to get STRONG!!!
If your goal is to multitask to the point of wasting all of your time, and somehow come home from the gym in worse shape than when you left the house, well, look no further.
So we had a handful of real hustler. And then, we had all of the fly-by-night gangsters, who rented exotic cars from dealerships, and literally borrowed stacks of cash to throw around in their music videos, in an attempt to convince the world that they, too, were hustlers. But they weren’t. They were rent-a-hustlers at best.
Grab a pair of heavy ropes that take up 90% of the gym floor, and flail against them uselessly as if you have just invented a new way of sculpting the body from the ground up. What the heck was Arnold thinking when he came up with such overly-simplified techniques as the barbell bench press, the barbell squat, and the barbell row? Damn simpleton!
Succeeding as a competitor is simply a matter of putting maximum effort into a sport that doesn’t always get the appreciation it deserves. Those who dig deep and do not quit will reap the rewards they seek and will take home a trophy.
Kris Pisarcik – Diagnosed with cancer, and recovering from a liver transplant, Kris Pisarcik discusses why he trains. Why does he put his body through the hard, heavy training that he does? Why not rest and relax as the doctors have told him to do?
For anybody who has ever prepped successfully for a physique competition, you know that it pretty much takes your entire focus on a daily basis, just to be able to get through life and function. The combo of the training and the restrictive diet make it almost impossible to add in anything else demanding.