Exercise Quality over Quantity

Exercise quality > exercise quantity has helped me maintain my physique over the last year without a ton of work. My goals for 2018 were to focus on my clients and become the best coach I can be, rather than trying to get the best physique possible.⁣⁣

So naturally my training volume had to decrease a ton because my schedule is hectic and there’s more stress in my life. I offset this by making sure the quality of my sessions were high. For months I only trained 1-2x a week (I know!) I still am in awe that my muscles have not left me haha but this just goes to show that quality is far superior than quantity.⁣⁣

My training style is to master the basics and do them often. That would be squats, deadlifts, bench press, pull ups and hip thrusts. I do those exercises every session (I train full body 4x a week). Then I follow that up with accessory movements like this one here that targets my “weak areas”. I’ll do the same workouts for MONTHS & periodize the reps/sets. I know not everyone likes to train this way so for my clients I keep the same basic compound movements and change out their accessories every 4 weeks. ⁣⁣

Your body will adapt to the stress you put on it. So if you’re always changing it up then it’s not going to be able to adapt to anything!

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For this exercise: dead stop single leg KB deadlifts I did 4x8 & superset with step ups. It’s hard so make sure you are keeping your abs engaged and stretching the glutes/hammies back when hinging! Any questions on training I’m happy to help.

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