Ask yourself, are you lifting the right amount of weight for your workouts?
There are different ways to determine the amount of weight you should be lifting for your workouts and of course one of the most popular ways is by determining your 1-Rep Max and then breaking that amount down my certain percentages to decide how much you should be lifting for a given set and rep range. Which can be motivating but also time consuming and confusing sometimes.
I came came across another method last night that I feel will work great in a small group training class, if you are at the gym, or even using your equipment at home. Say hi to the "Goldilocks Method" by Dan John. IMO this is a great method to use for your major and small lifts. Check out my short run down on his method in the video below and if you would like to read his full article for some additional information you can find it at https://bit.ly/2TViYJ7.
Make sure that if you give this method a try, you use a weight you are comfortable with but will challenge you at the same time. Comment below and let me know how it goes!!
Train Hard, Train Safe, and Have Fun,
Hi guys!! Welcome to my thoughts and just some health information that I hope you can use! Let me just state this now. I am not a writer, English major, or even a blogger, so there will be mistakes in here.