When thinking of how to train abdominal, apply the basics. Focusing on bringing the pelvis to the upper portion of the rib cage (and vice versa), lengthen between reps and exhale before the next rep. Nothing fancy or flashy, just effective. www.aphealthnutrition.com
#Legs and #core are on fire but that is how I like it. After two hours of leg training, I gave the core some much needed attention with two of my favorite core #exercises to end the session. Now to get this tasty #easmyoplex shake in me. www.aphealthnutrition.com
Today I got after some great training at #quadsgymchicago and met up with aesthetic @terrencethetrainer for motivation. 600lbs on the #pitshark with some heavy squats and other fun pieces of equipment. Now to refuel with #easmyoplex protein. Let's go. www.aphealthnutrition.com
I received this in the mail yesterday and it made the 2018 return a bit more real. Leg day had a little extra 🔥 on it. Focus. Focus. Focus. Presenting a physique better than the last on stage is always the goal. Off to the races.
In order for a phrase to make it on the shirts I offer, the phrase must be meaningful and tangible. Neither dreaming bigger or working harder requires more than a positive attitude and doing more. On a side note, these videos made me realize that I skip neck day too often 😂🤣😂🤣😢 www.aphealthnutrition.com
Awesome to be a part of this project...Not just supplements for the body but music for the soul!! https://eas.com/myomusic Go check out my playlist and my other @easmyoplex athletes favorite workout mixes! @eas#easathlete
Soooo much fun yet soooo much technique to do this properly. Harping on the form will get you through more tough sets than you realize. Do not allow your form to break, regardless of the resistance. Mental note.
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So a lot of my training comes from feel, meaning I always have a plan in mind but based on how my body responds (feels), I will adjust. Today, I had heavy lifts on the menu but as I did my wakeups of sets of 10 reps, I decided to continue with that theme. Here is my last set of 315x20. I typically always record my last set because its typically not the best one. It let's me expose any weaknesses due to fatigue. I'm a believer in technique so my last rep should look close to my first rep. Enjoy.... www.aphealthnutrition.com