I Took A Cold Shower Every Week For 3 Months And Here Are The Benefits

In the Little Black Book Of Workout Motivation By Mike Matthews, he advocates that every Monday you should take a cold shower to get out of your comfort zone. Following this challenge, I took a cold shower every week for 3 months and here are the benefits. 1. They Increase Wakefulness And Reinvigorate You TheContinue reading “I Took A Cold Shower Every Week For 3 Months And Here Are The Benefits”

Procrastination: A Practical Guide On How To Stop Procrastinating

Procrastination can be defined as the action of delaying or postponing something. Such as an activity or a project, but includes many things. You may have procrastinated that time when you put off going to the gym, writing that blog post, or reading that book. You might be procrastinating now by reading this article. ProcrastinationContinue reading “Procrastination: A Practical Guide On How To Stop Procrastinating”

Here’s Why You Should Read Never Let Go By Dan John

Never let go by Dan John is a great book about “lifting, living and learning”. So many principles can be taken from fitness and transferred to other parts of your life and that’s what Dan dives into in this book. In this article, I’ll be giving you my top 5 takeaways from Never let go.Continue reading “Here’s Why You Should Read Never Let Go By Dan John”

Do You Need To Squat And Deadlift To Make Progress?

The squat and deadlift are fundamental in most training programs. But do you need to squat and deadlift to make progress? Or can you do just fine without them? That’s what I’ll be answering in this article. It All Comes Down To The Amount Of Volume ( Hard Sets) That You’re Doing Without a shadowContinue reading “Do You Need To Squat And Deadlift To Make Progress?”

Some Thoughts On Mini Cuts: Why You Should Or Shouldn’t Use Them

This article is going to be about mini cuts and why you should or shouldn’t use them.Before I get into the meat and potatoes of this article I need to briefly go over what a cut and a bulk is. What Is A Cut? A cut in fitness and nutrition terms is a fat lossContinue reading “Some Thoughts On Mini Cuts: Why You Should Or Shouldn’t Use Them”

Push Pull Legs Routine: The Ultimate Guide To PPL

The Push, pull legs routine is one of the simplest and most effective training routines you can do. When you’re finished reading this article you’ll know exactly what PPL is and I’ll provide you with a free routine that you can use right away. What Is The Push Pull Leg Routine? Push pull legs isContinue reading “Push Pull Legs Routine: The Ultimate Guide To PPL”

The Best Workout Equipment (5 Things Worth Your Money)

Most products in the fitness industry are completely useless. But there is a handful of products that can definitely be worth the money and can make your workout experience more enjoyable. In this article, I talk about the best workout equipment. 1. A Weightlifting Belt A weightlifting belt can be a great product to haveContinue reading “The Best Workout Equipment (5 Things Worth Your Money)”

An Update On My Current Training Program

As I don’t give many updates on my blog about what I’m currently doing training-wise. I thought I’d write this article on my current program. The reason being is because I think it might benefit people who’re just getting started on their health and fitness journey. My Program Is Built Around Compound Exercises Compound exercisesContinue reading “An Update On My Current Training Program”

A Guide To Lifting Weights With Costochondritis

Back in December 2020, I got diagnosed with having costochondritis. This is basically inflammation of the cartilage that joins your ribs to your breastbone (sternum) which results in chest pain. It could have been brought on by lifting or it could have been something else. But my guess is I started to lift too heavyContinue reading “A Guide To Lifting Weights With Costochondritis”