With the New Year right around the corner, the question begs to be asked:
What are YOU training for?
Are you in a fat loss mode?
Do you need some corrective exercise to help clean up your posture and movement?
Are you trying to get bigger or stronger?
Do you even know what you're currently training for?
I'm shocked at how many people contact me either via the Internet (or at IFAST), with a laundry list of assorted goals.
They want to fix injuries.
They want to lose body fat.
They want to lift like a powerlifter, but look like a bodybuilder.
Quite simply, they're all over the place with their goals, and it shows.
The first thing you need to ask yourself is - "What am I training for?" This simple, yet elusive, question can really make desiging your next training program infinitely easier.
And one more tip - try NOT to achieve everything at once. Prioritize your goals and program accordingly.
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