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A Little R & R Goes A Long Way

          Getting enough rest after exercise is essential to your performance, but many still over train and have guilt when they decide to take a day off. The body repairs and strengthens itself in the time between workouts, and continuous training can actually weaken the strongest athletes. There are limits to how much duress the body can […]

Keeping SHOULDER’S STRONG…

      In today’s session, I added shoulders to my arm exercises. I focused on my triceps and biceps first before shoulders. I completed a total of three sets, ranging from 9 to 12 reps, alternating between the two groups of muscles, performing three different exercises to target each group. For example, supine (palms up) dumbbell bicep curls followed […]

HIT The TRAILS….

          After my warm-up, I spent 15 to 20 minutes going through my stretching routine to loosen up my sore muscles from the week’s training. I spent about 20 minutes performing core exercises and then it’s off to hit the trails. Just behind our gym, there are miles and miles on end of power lines […]