Today was a big session of weights and cardio. I always do my weights session first as it is my number one priority at the moment. I am loving weights as I am smashing personal bests and I am enjoying pushing my body hard 💪
So as some of you may or may not have noticed over the last couple of days I took a little break from social media.💁🏼♀️👀
This last week starting from Monday has been absolutely horrendous I’m not going to say why on here as obviously its private and some things are best kept that way even though I don’t obviously mind sharing some aspects of my life.
But anyway sometimes things just get to much no matter how strong you may be when your whole worlds tumbling down around you sometimes you just need a break from life really don’t you, so that’s why I decided to take a break the last few days all though I’ve still been on it with my training the gym has definitely been my escape and happy place this week thank god otherwise I think I might of drove myself insane with over thinking!
I have also done x3 leg sessions this week can we get a hell yeah!? Training legs really isn’t my strong point at all my upper body is soo much stronger and sometimes it gets a bit shall we say disheartening when people never pick up that you have good glutes or quads. So I’ve decided for now to change up my training schedule a little bit and do legs 3 times 1 week then the week after do 2 leg session and just see how I get on with this new split. So I’m setting myself goals to grow my lower body and hopefully see as much progress as I have in my upper body, wish me luck guys!?💪🏻💜
Hi, guys. Episode 3 with @joshuaverduzco is now available on iTunes, PodBean and YouTube too.
In this episode we discuss his educational background, how he ended up becoming an RD, the steps towards becoming an RD, the rotations that were part of his internship and much more.
If you’re interested in what it takes to be a registered dietitian or maybe you're interested in becoming one yourself, then this episode is for you.
As a personal trainer I have my set of core values and beliefs when it comes to training and nutrition. I'm not a zealot and I have changed my stance on ALOT of things in the past few years
I'm a firm believer in helping people achieve their goals whatever they may be. I actually love when a client messages me something like 'you've changed my life' it's far more rewarding than helping a client achieve a 6pac (which is still pretty cool, don't get me wrong)
A problem is some PTs don't have a set of core values or even know why they do things in a certain way
It irks me to see some of the things I see in commercial gyms as there is really NO appreciation for what the client really needs
Yes it's all fine and dandy getting someone to crawl out of a job but are you better servicing them?
One of my firm beliefs is every transformation has to be a teaching process. So when they eventually leave the nest, they are pretty bad ass when it comes to tracking macros, training and thinking logically about those two things
This isn't just solely related to PT and your value system will draw you to like minded people and in turn help you succeed in social and personal relationships
So what value systems do you hold dear? Take some time to yourself and think - what's important to ME?