"De-loading" is a part of every successful training program.
Listen to this important episode and find out how to effectively "de-load" so you don't sabotage your own training.
In this week's show I discuss the importance of "de-loading" to accelerate your training performance.
There's many ways to build muscle, providing you apply the right scientific principles to your approach.
2 critically important training variables are intensity and volume.
Actually, they could be the 2 MOST important training variables to promote muscular hypertrophy.
If the word "law" makes you uncomfortable, call these things whatever you'd like.
But, I feel so strongly that if you follow these 5 things, you will be on the path to long term training success and nothing will stop you.
Think about it like this.
If you preface each of these laws by this statement, "I will continue to get better if I ..."
These are 5 essential training laws to your optimize performance and maximize your results for the long term.
You'll get the very latest in Sports Nutrition from this year's annual Sports Nutrition conference.
The annual meeting was another amazing year of topics and updates in nutrition and performance training from the International Society of Sports Nutrition.
While I couldn't cover everything that was presented in this great 2 day meeting, I'll share many of the highlights in this episode.
Definitely listen all the way through and consider what you can apply in your training and nutrition.
Do we really need supplements?
That's the question I openly discuss in this week's short podcast episode.
Sports nutrition and supplementation can be a debated and polarizing topic.
Do we really need to take supplements to improve our training, performance, health, and body composition?
I'll give some quick perspective on that and tell you about what's coming, as we'll dive much deeper into that question and topic in future episodes.
This is maybe one of the best exercises I know of for building powerful hip strength and developing strong and flexible hamstrings.
That exercise would be the Romanian deadlift or RDL.
The movement looks somewhat similar to a conventional deadlift, but there are key distinctions to be aware of.
I won't overcomplicate this because it's a simple lift to perform, in comparison to other more technically demanding lifts.
In this episode, I'll share key technique tips to improve your performance and results with kettlebells.
These tips are beneficial for beginners through advanced and will help to reinforce your skills and techniques.
Kettlebell training offers a long list of strength and conditioning benefits, but it's important to use the tools properly to maximize results.
I'll give you simple tips you can apply immediately in your training, so be sure to listen all the way through.
I've been getting slammed with emails these days and I've had some really great questions.
It's been challenging to keep up, but many of the emails have been such good questions that I thought others could benefit from reading the responses.
I always do my best to individually respond to readers, but I want to start posting some of these great questions and my responses here on RdellaTraining.