This is how many people train.
They go to the gym, box, bootcamp, or train at home.
They get in their workout of the day, which could be anything from "cardio" and strength training to specific "body part" training.
3 sets of this, 4 sets of that, chest work, arm work, maybe some leg work, some conditioning or "cardio" and call it a day.
It's all about the plan and that's where effective training programs come into play, not the "randomness" of training.
I get a lot of questions about training programs.
I know it's hard, not only find the right program, but to stick it out and finish it through...
Why are you doing what you're doing?
This is the rationale behind Purpose Driven Training.
This is something I've always been extremely committed to in my own training.
I always ask myself, "why am I doing this exercise?"
Purpose Driven Training is exactly what it sounds like, training with a...