The magazine is packed with tons of great articles and in this months issue I outline seven workouts that will trun you into a fat burning fitness machine.
Archive for the category: ‘Dominic’s training log’
Another month has passed so again I give you a few workouts I have done or put clients through – yes people actually pay me to put them through this stuff!
So without delay here you go, oh just before I get going I would like to thank all of you that regularly train with me or even support and share the work I do as it allows me to do what I like and like what I do, cheers!!
Back for more workouts?
Here are a few I have done over the past 1-2 weeks and a couple I put some clients through.
Keep in mind that almost all these workouts could act as a great way for you to test and re-test your ‘fitness’ or conditioning. You really should be getting tested regularly e.g. body fat, mobility, strength, conditioning etc. If you are not assessing then you’re guessing.
I really need to get back to logging more of my workouts here on the site rather than the usual of posting them up on my facebook or my twitter page as I know there are plenty of you out there that use neither.
Here are a few wods (workout of the day) or metcons for you to try if you want to ramp up your conditioning in fun and varied ways.
It’s been a while since I posted an article on my own training so will take some time to do that today.
“There is time for competition and there is time for training, don’t try to do both at the same time”. This was something said in passing by our Olympic lifting coach some weeks ago. Competition is pushing for maxes, going really heavy etc and training is the accumulation of those 10,000hrs you need for any movement to become automatic and optimal performance when IN competition.
Yesterday after a quick 7km run I popped into my local supermarket and bought a rake of bananas. So much so that the lady at the checkout asked if I was baking banana bread. I replied”No, these are going to a greater cause. I’m giving them out to all those flagging marathon runners at about mile 22″. With that my daughter (3yrs old) and I drove up to the 22mile marker and spent the next hour or tow screaming words of support and dishing out bananas.
Hope this post finds you fit and healthy. Two weeks ago I was asked by a top photographer would I be willing to do a photo shoot for his portfolio of stunning photos.
Larry McMahon is the photographer and you can have a look around his site and blog which is just packed with cool and beautiful work.
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