Must-Read: Perform the Perfect Workout
Today is Valentine’s Day, meaning that if you’re in a relationship then you have all sorts of nonsense planned. And if you’re not in a relationship, well, then it means you’re probably feeling kind of downtrodden looking at all of the silly people tell their significant others than they love them over a variety of social medias. And if you’re down, that means that maybe you’re not working out as hard as you could be. And some of that might simply be because you’re not working out the right way.
Which is why today, of all days, we’re heading over to Men’s Health where they have a trainer talking about just how to perform the perfect workout. What better way to start getting your body into the shape that you want it than today?
I started coaching in 1979. Since then, I’ve trained MLB, NFL, and NBA players, Olympians, collegiate athletes, military personnel, and average Joe’s. But no matter who I’m coaching, I always create a workout based on 5 human movement patterns: pull, push, hinge, squat, and carry.
Pick exercises that fit these patterns, and you’ll get an effective total-body workout. Choose not to, and you’re missing out. That’s because you’re not Frankenstein. Your body isn’t a collection of single muscles; it’s a single muscular system. So if you ignore one muscle group during your workout, the others won’t work as well. Over time, your strength will suffer.
From there, he goes into why it’s important to work all of your muscle groups and also details a list for how to create the perfect workout for your body. So head on over to the above link, and give it a shot. It is Valentine’s Day, after all.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.