Are you one of the many millions of people in the modern world who suffer from a musculoskeletal related problem, such as back pain, poor posture, or fragile bones? Or perhaps you’re just not happy with the way your body in general looks and feels, preferring a bit more muscle, definition, and punch in certain areas? If so, strength training may do wonders for you. There’s one important condition though, and that is that you pick good exercises, which you dose correctly and perform with good form. If you don’t, you may actually end up making your situation worse, as opposed to better.
This vital recognition forms the basis/incentive for the guide below, which contains a variety of strength training tips, principles, and photos. It’s based on my background and experiences as a coach/trainer and fitness aficionado, which span many years, arenas, and challenges. In it, I’ve broken down exercises I’ve regularly employed and consider to be particularly effective, outlining and depicting key performance strategies.
Here’s an overview of the themes and exercises that are covered in the guide…
Some of the exercises you’ll find instructions for in the guide
Get the guide…
The guide is available for 14.99 USD and comes in the form of a PDF file (a common file type that is easily opened on most devices), which immediately becomes available for download after payment has been made.