Navigation

Content Part

Please enter your email below to receive blog updates and news.
RSS
Subscribe
Follow
Me

 

 

 

Which Exercises To Do?

One of the most common fitness questions I get is “which exercises are best to do in the gym?”

Walk into the typical modern day health club and you’ll find row after row of machines and equipment. I can completely understand how it¬†can be overwhelming just trying to figure out where to start.

The fear of doing something wrong or looking stupid can be paralyzing .

Most people just end up mimicing what they see other people doing which is usually a case of the blind leading the blind.

The end result is more often than not people gradually slacking off with workouts or just quitting altogether out of frustration because¬†they¬†figure what the heck’s¬†the use.

Here’s a SECRET…

There’s likely a small handful of guys and gals in each gym who are doing it “right.” But you’ll have to look hard because they won’t be with the masses “sitting down” to do their exercises on machines.

They’ll likely be in a corner somewhere trying to stay out of everyone’s way so they can just do their work and get out of there…

They’ll be doing “old school” exercises like push-up’s, squats, overhead barbell presses, and other¬†movements that a lot of people just associate with bodybuilders and athletes.

I refer to these exercises as “old school exercises” because many of them have become a thing of the past only to be replaced by things like the seated thigh “inny and outty” machine and other worthless contraptions.

The¬†SECRET is this….what worked fifty years ago to change your shape, get healthy and strong still works today. The BASIC MOVEMENTS¬†are and always will be the best.

Check out the video below where I explain…

Talk to you soon- Shane

Shane Doll is a certified Charleston personal trainer, fat loss expert, speaker, and founder of Shaping Concepts Personal Training Studios. You can receive a FREE no-obligations trial of his Charleston personal training programs and experience the Shaping Concepts difference for yourself.

View Our Web Site - Click Here
RSS Feed - Click Here

Category: Fitness Training.