Submitted An Article to be Published
I submitted a fitness/health article to muscle & strength (popular fitness site and supplement store) and they got back with me the other day and said they would be interested in publishing my article — which is very exciting & a huge deal because they are highly recognized & a huge step in my fitness career as a writer and personal trainer! so #crossedfingers all goes well and if so, they will add it to their content queue and have it published. When it does get published, I plan on sharing it with all of you, so everyone can read it!
Hey everyone, I wanted to share my blog post I made on my personal training website, hopefully all of you enjoy it, feel free to leave comments and feedback! and also share my post, I love when others I haven’t reached out to share my post because everything I write on the website will be useful information at some point and not to mention very interactive!
Today’s topic was about “Choosing a personal trainer” , how to go about doing so and the things that are important to consider. I figured as a personal trainer, I wanted to help give people insight on what to look for and why I believe certain aspects are more important than others.
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Week four of this program I am following for deadlifts is all accessory work but I decided to keep squats around for compound lifting purposes — but it feels good taking a small break away from deadlifts to allow my body to recover faster and more efficiently.
- Body bar goodmorning: 4 x 25, 3 lbs
- Hip circles: 4 x 25
- Hip bridges: 4 x 25
- Barbell back squat: 5 x 8-10, 135 lbs
- Box squat: 5 x 6-8, 185 lbs
- EZ bar goodmorning: 5 x 8-10, 40 lbs
- Reverse hyperextensions 5 x 8-10, 25 lbs
- Cable pull throughs: 5 x 8-10, 40 lbs
- Seated leg curl 5 x 8-10,
- Kettlebell overhead lunges: 5 x 8-10, 8 kg
- kettlebell swings: 5 x 8-10, 12 kg