This week it’s mainly brains and butts! We share an insightful series of posts on willpower, how hormones make you feel hungry and full, what mental toughness really is and how to build it, why glute training matters and a positive tale of long term success working in a commercial gym.
We’re sharing some excellent information this week on Testosterone Replacement Therapy, squat bar positioning, thoughts on different forms of cardio, a follow up on fitness apps, and exercise myths that just won’t die.
This week we’ve really enjoyed these first two posts specifically geared towards female fitness, then posts on fitness apps tested by scientists, some nice finishing workouts using farmer’s carries, and setting up your own home gym.
This week we’ve enjoyed posts from a variety of sources, with a great breakdown of hows and whys of the Turkish Get-Up and Cluster Sets, motivation for all and lies in the fitness industry. Enjoy!
This week we’ve particularly enjoyed not reading too much about nutrition and, instead, we’ve been concentrating on lots of workout ideas. Here are our favourites from the past week.
This week we’re continuing on a discussion from last week on a recent low fat vs low carb study before sharing posts with talk on deadlifting, how to use chalk, cold water immersion, passion and what happens to your body when you stop doing all that exercise!
What we’re interested in here at TrainerSync is the truth about fitness and nutrition, the best ways to keep you fit, healthy and achieving your goals, and the best ways to help your clients. This week, there’s a lot of science!
We’re busy, you’re busy, and we don’t always have time to get to the gym. This week we bring you some great resources to help you train with limited time and limited equipment.
This week we’re sharing links to a couple of different series for you to follow and watch respectively, thoughts on how personal training is evolving, things to consider when you’re training younger athletes and why athletic performance declines as you get older. Hope you enjoy!
We want to be as open as we can be with everyone reading this and using our software to manage their fitness business. So this is where we are right now…