Fitness Hacks to Transform Your Body
Fitness Hacks to Transform Your Body – Find Support Most people are much more likely to stick to something when they have the necessary support from others.
Sadly, many people in our lives are our worst enemies when we want to change ourselves and our lives for the better. Tell them to shut the F up and find real support.
Yes, even online works if you don’t have anyone in life that is supportive of the changes you are trying to make. Forums, blogs, email newsletters, social media, these can all be places where you might find the support you need to stick with your
Use A Training Journal
It’s crucial to your success. A training diary or journal is indispensable for keeping you on track for training success.
No matter where you are now — 180-pound squat or 500, 13-inch arms or 17, 135-pound bench press or 350, 10 pounds of fat to lose or 100 — the systematic organization and focus on achieving goals that a training journal enforces will help you to get bigger, stronger, leaner and sexier.
As simple as it is to use a training log, do not underestimate its vital role in helping you achieve your fitness goals.
Journals have feelings, too!
Incorporate Metabolic Training
Metabolic training will get you fitter and leaner and do it faster.
What is metabolic resistance training? It is, in its simplest form, the combination of intense strength training with aerobic conditioning.
Metabolic resistance training (also known as metabolic conditioning) trains three major biological systems, musculoskeletal, circulatory and respiratory.
Most people perform their resistance training and their cardio, or aerobic workouts, separately.
But, for the most part, this isn’t how we function. And it’s definitely not how most athletes function, such as hockey players, football players, MMA fighters, basketball players, soccer players, lacrosse players and more.
Simply put, metabolic training is performing a sequence of activities with very brief rest or recovery periods. Metabolic training can be considered a form of interval training.
With metabolic training you can manipulate the following variables:
Number of exercises
Number of repetitions performed (or time)
Amount of recovery time between exercises and/or routs
Number of rounds
With this type of metabolic resistance training, you can improve
your conditioning levels by improving on the following:
Increase the resistance of the exercise
Increase the number of reps (especially if you are using timed
intervals instead of repetition numbers)
Shorten the recover periods
Increase the number of rounds performed
A combination of any of the above
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