Selecting a weight truly makes or breaks a workout. If it’s too heavy, we can potentially choose a weight that’s too heavy to complete the reps and sets prescribed. On the flip side, if it’s too light, we might not feel the exercise is really doing much of anything. Today, we’re talking about four ways to select a proper weight when completing an exercise.
In my last post, I talked about grip training. Today, we’re bringing that out of the gym and into the real world.
“I could lift more, but I can’t hold on.”
You can make progress, even if the scale never moves.
Have you ever opened the fridge, searching for a snack to tide you over to your next meal?
Have you ever spent time stretching, only to wake up the next day and feel just as “tight” as the day before?
Four of my top tips for meal planning BEFORE you head to the store: