Ever “prawned” a deadlift? Come on own up… I can 100% say I have. Very often. I love a heavy deadlift just as much as the next gym rat
‘m not being facetious here. The point is, most diets can work. When implemented with consistency, that is. But by that same token they can fail miserably if you’re not goal focused and apply them slapdash in between binges.?
One of the most common ones is “what weights should I be lifting?”. It is genuinely amazing how often I am asked this. The thing is, I can’t realistically give any figures to answer this effectively, no matter who asks it.
Once you’ve been keeping a diary and fitness log for a few days, it’s time to take a look at the results. Assess the data from days 1 to 3 and make a plan of attack. You may find some incredibly insightful information with the data you’ve collected. What has it told you?
Your body will never change if you don’t smash some outdated rules first. Read Jack’s amazing story and start building serious muscle!
First up, you’re here so I now know you want it. That’s a good start, but desire without action achieves nothing. So let’s get to work.
The first thing I need you to do is decide on a specific goal for the next 8-12 weeks. What it is you need to achieve? It’s a question only you can answer.
Without sounding too arrogant, I’ve worked extremely hard to become one of the most highly sought after personal trainers in the world today. I’m lucky enough to be hired to work with some of the biggest film stars in the world, to get them into incredible shape for some of the most high-profile film roles you see in cinemas.
Not often am I blown away by transformations. There isn’t a week that goes by without a jaw-dropping update from one of my online coaching clients.
But the results lately have been HUGE.
When you start any fitness regime, your motivation, your enthusiasm and your desire is always sky high, and that’s great!