Each year the training becomes less of a priority to me as other things require more focus and energy. My nutrition gets more flexible and stricter at the same time. Meaning I eat healthy a lot more often but worry less about deviations from this.
Regardless of whether you’re wanting to become an adonis, toned to perfection, or looking to bulk up for a strength event or personal reasons, muscle is going to be a key aspect of your physical exercise. For many people though, try as they might, their muscle size may not be developing or growing at the rate they wish.
I’ve said it many times, but exercise and nutrition can’t really successfully co-exist without each other. They share a connection that means you need both of them to be in harmony to get the best from each of them.
Base weights, as I mentioned, are the starting block; the foundation on which we’re going to build your plan. As you get stronger, fitter and healthier, we need to revisit that to keep pushing your body on to bigger and better things. Did someone say “Progressive overload”?
If you look around at the most successful things in life, they all have one thing in common…. they have a system. What exactly do I mean by a system? I mean a proven method that takes the guesswork and thinking out of the equation. Something, that if practiced, may be used for the rest of your life.
Of all the concepts and practices that are involved in the exercise and fitness arena, progressive overload is one of the most important, yet often the most misused or misunderstood.
Transformations are my business. So I wanted to put my money where my mouth is. And to use myself as an example. Here is my transformation story.
No fitness or exercise regime would be complete, or viable, without some element of weight-lifting. Weight training, or resistance training, can not only increase muscle size and strength, but also improve body composition and give you a toned appearance.
August was a huge month for results here at the TeamKingbsury HQ