Remaining lean once you are lean is more about managing your head than figuring out the lean-making plan. Life will hand you plenty of opportunities to ditch your lean-making habits. Here’s my perspective.
The older you get, or the more intensely you exercise, the more important does the recovery period becomes. We build muscle and exercise capacity during the rest periods, so rest well and smart. Here are my “six rules” for exercising injury free, and what happened to me when I ignored them. (Video)
Skinny-but-fat Joe Warner exchanged his aerobic routine for some anaerobic intensity and completely transformed his body, losing 17.5 pounds of fat and adding 22 pounds of muscle. Here’s how he did it.
The reason you rarely see even a regular gym-goer improve his fitness is because he or she does not do the right exercises with the required effort. If you’d like to get stronger, muscular and mobile, here’s what to do.
The older you get, the smarter you need to be about fitness and exercise. The potential for injury moves in the same direction as age. Develop a strategy for staying injury free and for healing once injured. You’ll be well served to employ the tools, techniques and the flexibility of mind to shift to less intense or rehabilitative exercise.