Training, Made Simple

We are busy. I don’t say this to brag. It’s just facts. Two jobs, 3 kids, 1 dog, there’s just not lot of spare time for us day to day. One of the factors that is critical to keeping up with a shedule like this is our health. And one of the biggest factors to maintaining our health is maintaining a reasonable level of physical fitness. “Reasonable” in this instance means you’ve got a decent foundation of strength, mobility, and work capacity (aerobic endurance). 

Maintaining or improving this foundation is tough when time is limited. There are specific methods to hitting these marks without training like a competitive athlete. And if we do this right, you’ll always have what we call “6-weeks-out Fitness”, meaning if we needed to get you ready for a race or sporting competition, we could ramp up your training and raise your level of physical fitness and preparedness in less than 2 months. 

Today we’ve put up a inside look into what a training day looks like for us in our home gym. How do we get stronger, improve our mobility, and keep ourselves injury free? The answers are ahead. Enjoy!

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