1) Have a plan. It’s so much easier to know what you’re doing before you try and do it! It’s way too easy to get into the gym, float around feeling slightly unmotivated, not get very much done, and then leave feeling like you’ve not achieved anything! Write yourself a plan that suits your goal, […]
Around 18 months ago I was working my notice at my old job and I was scared shitless about leaving the reliable monthly income and going it alone in self-employment.
Having worked in a budget gym for the last few years we feel that the whole experience of being part of a club has disappeared. Before you think we are slating budget gyms, we are not.
The gym is a confusing place, so many machines, so much information.
At the club gym you can expect everything a budget gym is not, this ain’t no beige health club.
Both strength and cardio training have huge benefits. Depending on what your goal is will dictate how you use each discipline. No matter what the goal though, I believe that both should be part of your training schedule.