February 13, 2015|Written by Nate Palmer
What you’ll find here is a guide for how to use your personal trainer in the best way possible, get a ton of value for the money you’re spending, and create results that you can maintain for life. We’ll clear up some common misconceptions and get you on your way to having successful sessions every time.
While at the gym, you may have heard a few strange sounding phrases, or some weird ideas about how to get fit. Some of these words and ideas need to be banned. There is such thing as a bad idea. Hopefully we can squash a few of them after discussing them below.
Hello to all you male readers out there (and hopefully some females read this post as well, as we will tackle the 10 mistakes women make in the next week.) I hope that you are getting after it while you are in the gym, especially if you happen to be sitting all day. To stay healthy you have to move and do physical work. But you may not be working out as efficiently as possible. Below are ten common mistakes (or faux pas) that men make at the gym.
Are you trying to lose weight? Or are you considering getting healthier. If so, there is one thing that you absolutely must not do. If you do it, you will be doomed to fail.