A lot of gym-goers face a common and frustrating situation
“A muscle on one-side bigger than the other”
It could be…
One pectoral bigger than the other or a quad bigger than the other
Or like one of my followers Sahil…..One arm bigger than the other
So how do you fix this problem?
Find out in my latest video on….”How to fix Muscle Asymmetry?”
The concept of Time-Under-Tension (TUT) is VERY lucrative in the world of resistance training
This concept is propagated by so many fitness “gurus” that one would assume it is rooted in the very foundations of resistance training
In fact, I myself have spent so much time in trying to find whether or not this concept has any merit and have often been left scratching my head
And now finally after all that time fixating over this issue and breaking my head over it…I feel that now I am at a place to write about this….
So…lets get right to it
All of us fitness folk, know the important role that a trainer plays in our success. But ever wonder who “trains the trainer” and gives him the tools, motivation and guidance to do his/her job well?
Well, today you get to have a peek into someone who literally is “the man behind the curtains” in terms of the personal training business.
He is the creator of the best informational resource for personal trainers available online i.e his website – www.theptdc.com and is also the author of the VERY successful book – “Ignite the Fire“. He is none other than Jon Goodman.
We are all familiar with The Fitness Trident – Training,Nutrition and Recovery and how essential each of the three are for us to achieve our fitness goals
Now although most of us manage to be regular to the gym and even go to the point of getting our meals right, it is safe to say that only a fraction pay heed to the third and final component – RECOVERY
Think about it…
When was the last time you WORKED on your recovery?
Lets face it…..
Shoulder injuries can be CRIPPLING!
And the first place the common gym goer gets injured (and injured BAD!) is the shoulder region
Aside from the fact that the shoulders are very mobile and hence injury prone……one of the BIGGEST causes of such injuries is the presence of muscular imbalances
Do you have muscular imbalances in your shoulders?
Chances are…..YOU DO! (Just like countless others)
Check out my video to find out whether or not you have shoulder imbalances and if so then how to correct them