Making a small change
For nearly three years I’ve really enjoyed writing training and nutrition articles for the blog here. I’ve learned a lot doing extensive research for articles like
- The Essential Guide to High Intensity Interval Training
- The Essential Guide to Multivitamins
- Netflix or Gym: Why some habits are easier to form than others
and I plan to continue to writing articles like this that dive deep into the research on all things fitness, nutrition, a
nd productivity. However, I’ve always wanted to try to explain some of these concepts in a video but I always felt too self-conscious to try.
Well today I’m proud to announce that I am proactively confronting my insecurities and will be working to create a small series of videos on YouTube to deliver Brawn For Brains quality training advice in video form!
a template for shoulder workouts
In my work with clients I’ve noticed that shoulders are the easiest muscle group to over exert yourself and get injured. Usually you don’t know it when it’s happening, it’s always the next day that you realize you can’t put your shirt on. It’s important to have a structure. In this video I go over the basic layout I use to structure my shoulder workouts. The template is:
3-5 sets compound exercise – such as Overhead Press
3-5 sets accessory exercise – such as lateral shoulder raises, OR 3 sets skill development exercise – such as Overhead Squat
3 sets bodyweight exercise – such as tucking rocks, or handstand push ups.
keep a look out for new stuff
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