These 3 Changes Can Turbo Charge Your Training

I won’t mess around, you clicked on this article for 1 of 2 reasons, either:
  • You’re curious to see what I’m wittering on about this time. OR
  • You want to make beneficial changes to your training

So let’s get straight to it! 3 changes that you can make TODAY. That will upgrade your training from mediocre to magnificent.

Three Changes you need to make

1. Get yourself a training log. Buy an A5 notebook, and write down every workout you do. Write down what weight you used, how many reps you managed, how difficult it was and whether you could manage heavier next time. Because you NEED to be measuring this, if you aren’t measuring progress, how will you know when you’ve improved? Or if any changes to your program have worked?

2. Stop avoiding the difficult exercises. Most people have the ability to deadlift, squat, bench press etc … But they avoid them, because they’re difficult to do. And they don’t want to look stupid! Trust me, the only people who look stupid are the guys who go to the gym for 4 years and can’t squat 50kg.

3. Get yourself a coach. Yeah, I realise that it sounds cocky but to be honest I am right here everyday One phone call away from completely TRANSFORMING your training program, and transforming you! Having a coach tell you what to do, and when to do it will:

  • Prevent you from wasting hours in the gym following the wrong program
  • Give you diet advice that actually works, so  you can burn more fat whilst still drinking beer and having a laugh
  • Get you bigger and stronger so that heads will turn when you walk into a room

Hope that helps


P.S. Here is that link again =====>

P.P.S. Have you tried that workout I set you the other day? I made my client Colin do it, and he only told me to fuck off twice! We’re improving

About the Author Matt Smith

Matt Smith is the owner of Beer N Biceps. He has a degree in Sports Science, 10 years of experience working in the fitness industry, and has written for hundreds of fitness websites. He is a lover of good quality beer and believes that drinking in moderation can form part of a healthy lifestyle.

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