Day 14: Back Day – Confidence

I walked into the gym feeling confident, which for me is huge.  After my rest day, my body had recovered well and I was feeling strong.  For a lifter looking to make some gains, confidence is huge.  It gives you that extra boost you need to push yourself through obstacles, challenges and setbacks to achieveContinue reading “Day 14: Back Day – Confidence”


Day 11: Shoulders

After three good days in the gym, my body was just not ready to go for this workout.  Each weight felt like it had ten pounds added onto it.  I was fighting everything but that’s how it goes in the gym on some days.  The important thing is to get in there, spend some time,Continue reading “Day 11: Shoulders”

Day 6: Legs – Getting Under the Bar

“I can’t wait to go to the gym and work legs today” – No one ever I’ve been told that legs make up around half of the body.  I’m not a doctor, or good at math, so I’m not sure if this is exactly true or not.  What I can tell you is the truthContinue reading “Day 6: Legs – Getting Under the Bar”

The Importance of Vision and Goals

Today I want to touch on something that one of my greatest idols always talks about, and that is the importance of a vision and goal. “Why do you want to work out, what is your goal.  The most important thing is that you have a vision, that you have a goal.  Because without thatContinue reading “The Importance of Vision and Goals”

Day 1 FTB (For the Blog)

I’ve been hitting the gym hard for the past four weeks but honestly I’ve been feeling like shit.  I treated the past four weeks as a foundation phase.  This phase is when you get your body ramped back up for the intense workouts after some time off.  I think there’s some saying out there thatContinue reading “Day 1 FTB (For the Blog)”

Writing a Fitness Blog: 4 things I’ve learned so far

1)Walk before you run. LEARN BLOGGING BASICS Writing a fitness blog is no different than any other personal blog really. But before you change the world with your fitness knowledge, you must first learn how you can get the knowledge that’s in your head, onto the blog effectively.  As an amateur blogger myself I won’tContinue reading “Writing a Fitness Blog: 4 things I’ve learned so far”