“Using multi-joint movements such as barbell lifts, eating sufficient protein, and monitoring your caloric intake is the best way to a lean, defined physique that will not compromise the features you were born with or pack on pounds of excess body fat.”
If you don’t know how to separate myth from fact, identifying and dealing with your own back issues can be overwhelming. How should I exercise to keep my back healthy? And how do I not get injured in the gym?
“If you remember from Part 1 of this series, I said that “if you can squat, you should squat.” So does this exclude the 1 in 4 adults who experience frequent knee pain, or the person missing their ACL, or the older adult with arthritic joints?”
“There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about what a squat should look like, whether or not you should be doing them, and how you should be doing them. I am here to set the record straight on the most common and unfounded squat myths you are likely to hear as your embark on a strength training journey.”