Joint Friendly Conditioning For Fat Loss!

If you are a cardio king or queen, I'm not going to try and convert you! Instead, I want to give you some simple concepts to consider for your conditioning, so you aren't injuring yourself! There are a lot of people who go to the gym specifically to do only cardio, for these people, they are often injured and need to make adjustments to their training in order to keep seeing results. Let's take a look at some of the variables we can consider! I'll be covering: Why do people get injured from conditioning work?What are joint friendly movements that area also great for conditioning? How do we continue doing conditioning when we are coming back from an injury'? And a tonne more
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How Many Exercises Are Needed For Fat Loss

Maybe you've been strength training for a bit, and now you want to shed some of that excess fat. How should you be changing your training? Should you be adding exercises to your training to help burn more calories, keep things the same? Let's clear this up! I'll be covering: How many exercises do you need in each training session so see fat loss resultsWhat are the variables that you need to think about when adding or subtracting exercises, and how this interacts with your recoveryHow to decide if you actually want to add conditioning to your program or if there are alternate routes to your goalsAnd a tonne more
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Cardio and Strength: Can They Coexist?

 If you've been enveloped by the strength training world, you've probably seen a lot of your compatriots claim that cardio will ruin your gainz bruh! But it simply is not true. When cardio is done at the right intensities it can drastically expedite fat loss and conditioning results while allowing you to to strength train at higher intensities. Let's get into it!  I'll be covering:- Why conditioning won't impact your gym lifts as long as the intensity levels are at a specific level - How you should partiition your time between strength and cardio when you have the goal of fat loss or improving your conditioning - What specific cardio protocol will give you immediate results! - And a tonne more
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Why Protein Targets are Number One For Fat Loss

If you've been on a fat loss diet before or are about to embark on one, you know how difficult it can be to hold onto your muscle. Other than actually burning fat, this is the most important part of a productive fat loss plan. In order to give yourself the best chance to succeed at said diet, you will need to make protein a priority! I'll be covering: Why protein is the most important macros for building, maintaining, and retaining your lean mass.Why protein is even more important on fat loss diet compared to mass/maintenance diets.What your exact protein intake should be for a successful fat loss diet depending on your bodyweight!And a tonne more
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The Best Rep Ranges For Fat Loss

 When you're on a fat loss diet, your weight training should make up an important part of your overall fat loss strategy. But what rep ranges should you be aiming for? Should you be doing everything in the endurance rep range, or allowing yourself to use lower reps and lift some heavy slag? Let's cover these topics and much more! I'll be covering: Why your primary goal of resistance training on a fat loss diet is muscle retention and NOT increasing calorie expenditureWhat's a good general rep range to be using, and when to use the higher end and lower end of that specific rep rangeWhy you should be trying to gain strength and progress your lifts in the face of a calorie deficitAnd a tonne more
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How To Maintaining Strength On A Calorie Deficit!

Often lifters can be a little apprehensive when deciding to hop on a fat loss diet for fear that their strength is going to turn to complete shit. This is a viable concern, but we can reduce the negative effects of a calorie deficit if we lift properly, and if our calorie deficit isn't too severe. I'll be covering: Why your programming doesn't need to change much… If at all.What's a good starting point for your calorie deficit to make sure you're getting fat loss results and maintaining performance.Which exercises you can expect will falter first, and how to be prepared for that psychologicallyAnd a tonne more
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Compound Lifts: THE King Of Fat Loss Exercise

If you've been on a fat loss diet, it can be a little bit of a chore trying to figure out what you should be doing in the gym for your resistance training. Should you be doing machines, isolation exercises, bodyweight exercises, or compound lifts? In this video I want to show you why your training should be composed of compound lifts while trying to burn fat!!! I'll be covering: - Why compound lifts are your best bet for muscle retention -Why strength on these compound lifts can be used as a simple measure to make sure we aren't losing muscle - Why you should still set strength goal for bodyweight and other compound exercisese while in a calorie deficit. - And a tonne more
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Dealing With Slower Than Expected Fat Loss Rates

Have you embarked on a fat loss journey and have clear goals with a set timeline? Then you might be using a fat loss rate to help determine what your weekly goals are. This is an excellent idea and something that I do with all my clients. One of the problems that can come up is when you aren't necessarily hitting your weekly goals for fat loss, but you're still losing weight. I want to go over some mindset business on that end and look at why this happens in a broad sense. I'll be covering: - How weight fluctuations can play havoc on your expected results and how to deal with that - Why you should still be celebrating your progress even if it isn't as fast as you…
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Why Everyday Is an On Day For Nutrition

Do you find that you are hitting your nutrition strategy with near perfection on your training days, but your off days are lacking a little bit? Is this causing your results to be stunted? Then listen up, because I want to show you why you need a mindset change in order to get consistent goals! I'll be covering: - Why nutrition matters multiple days after your training sessions - How you can look at a weekly calorie intake as your goal rather than always looking at your daily numbers - Why eating according to your system on a daily basis is the smart way to create longer lasting habits - And a tonne more
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Training Around Joint Pain and Strains

If you train hard you will go thru periods where you have joint pain and general or concentrated joint soreness. It's just part of the process of pushing your body hard. However, we clearly want to avoid turning these small injuries that are easily manageable into larger injuries that can take weeks and months to come back from! So come for a quick listen as I discuss my favorite methods to deal with annoying injuries so you can make sure that you're back in the gym quickly and back at peak performance levels! I'll be covering: - What to do in a session where you experience joint pain - What to do when you have a scheduled max or testing day and get joint pain during warm-ups - How to…
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