For anyone that is a regular reader I am sorry for the lack of content this week. It was midterm week here at Ithaca and my blog was my last priority. Im sitting here at my campus lounge waiting for my meal to digest so I can hit the gym.
I wanted to leave you with some nuggets of wisdom and some reading material because I am heading to jamaica for spring break and may not have a chance to post before then.
Wisdom you probably didn't want to hear
1. Completely reverse your approach to training. Instead of lifting upper body most, start training your lower body more frequently. Instead of doing so much bench press, start doing more rows and chins/pull ups. If you have been doing high reps for a while do lower reps
2. Progressive overload- If you are not adding weight or reps to the bar week to week you are not doing it right.
3. If you split your body parts up and you are not an advanced bodybuilder you are doing it wrong! A novice does not need their own delt and calves day.
4. Traditional jogging on the treadmill does not need to be a part of your workout unless you enjoy it. Conditioning can be accomplished in shorter periods of time through other methods. If you do it for fat loss take the extra time you spend on the treadmill cooking healthy meals and you could expect to see a 100% increase in results.
5. Just because you did cardio doesn't mean you can have that extra bite.
6. Losing fat is 75% diet
7. Most novices would do best lifting 2-4 days a week.
8. You can't out train a bad diet
9. barbell squats and dead lifts have always been popular for a reason.
10. Crunches are a joke of an excercise. Tony gentilcores critique on crunches
Thats it for now for some good reading material while i'm gone scroll down to the blogs I reccomend at the bottom of my page.