Now Move Well First New Path for Coaching Fitness

Massive information in the fitness industry is a good thing; it allows trainers and the general population to learn at a high pace. However, mass information can also lead to mass confusion. Figuring out how to train yourself and others can be a roller coaster, and it’s not always fun.

Fortunately, the intentions behind this industry talk are usually genuine. Coaches want to help clients achieve results, and the general public is just trying to feel better. However, amid the confusion, the fitness industry’s need to develop a common language that professionals and consumers can understand is growing. And this common language should focus on helping society to move forward better and more often in the long term.

Promoting The Quality Of Movement

Changing the language of the industry seems an impossible task, but two principles are undeniable:

Put the quality of the movement first.
Helping people to move more.
Whatever your goals are (muscle hypertrophy, strength, performance, etc.).), these two factors are essential for the industry to move in the right direction. A movement-based approach to training has the potential to be magical and should start at the kids gym. The lack of a proprioceptively enriched movement lifestyle for children is a major concern for society.

However, it’s never too after to restore what Gray Cook calls “the ability to move.””Here is Gray’s definition of how to find the ability to move:

We tested this with a motion scan. If the examination shows pain or functional disorders in the form of restriction or asymmetry, there is a problem with the ability to move. Alternatively, there is a basic problem of body exercise: choose your term, but take stock. An adequate skill indicates an acceptable basic quality of movement.

Achieving the ability to move becomes difficult if we focus our fitness programs only on a better appearance. I am a bodybuilder at heart and have been working to build bigger muscles and look better since I was 15 years old. Almost 20 years after, I realized that my quest for aesthetics had left me with faulty movement patterns. Now I am forced to work to improve my movement skills instead of working to look good.

This does not mean that I can never work for aesthetics, but I have to earn the right to make it the only goal of my education. Muscle development is becoming more and more important with age, but you can still have a high level of movement skills at all fitness levels. Building muscle and strengthening it should be your main goal as soon as you move well.

A Catalyst for Change

He was my catalyst to develop a movement-based approach, from training to hypertrophy. In the past, bodybuilders might have performed light static stretches, five minutes on a cardio machine and some warm-ups before participating in a 25-person chest and triceps workout. Young pushers without a lot of miles on their body can get away with it for a while, but this approach can eventually leave them with asymmetries, issue, pain and frustrating progress.

It is not necessary to be over 50 years old to have an advanced training age. As Dan John says, “It’s not the years, it’s the miles.”I’ve been training hard for almost 20 years with a week off here and there, but not often. The miles are deep in this young body.

If you want to approve the long-term lifting set, endless sets of eight to 15 repetitions per body part may not be what your body needs. So, what should a person who pursues a bodybuilding body do instead of the typical departments? Visit and master basic human movements, doing them with realistic phrases, repetitions and tensions. If you focus on moving better first, you’ll be surprised how quickly your body can often recover from heavy lifting.

A Collaborative Design

As with any other strength coach or trainer, my philosophy has evolved over the years. Today I follow philosophies of various proven methods.

Functional movement systems (FMS) are a useful approach to understanding the basics of movement and changes in exercise. Most people would benefit from FMS screening. With a detailed medical history at the time of admission, the FMS provides a solid foundation for program design. For beginners or veterans, the basics are where to start and finish.

Any muscle hypertrophy and strength training program should include some variation of the following movements, depending on the individual’s purpose. This list is largely inspired by the legendary Dan John:

Pressing: Push-ups, bench press, pneumatic press
Pull-ups: dumbbell row, reverse row, pull-ups, pull-ups
Squats: Cup squats, front squats, back squats, one-legged squats
Hinge: Deadlift, Kettlebell swing, One-legged deadlift, Olympic Lifting
Loaded transport: Agricultural transport, luggage transport, air transport, sandbag transport
Basic work: swinging, swinging, crawling, crawling, Turkish presentations
Core/rotation/anti-rotation: Ab wheel inserts, cable press outlets, chops, elevators
The bodybuilding model of the new era
Here is a basic model of hypertrophy that increases 3 days a week for 6 weeks. By dividing your strength and conditioning phases into four- to six-week phases, your body becomes fresh, resilient and your overall body preparation improves. This duration seems to be the sweet spot, since most people have what I call “adding exercise”.””

Program components:

Corrigendum
Preparation of the movement
WEIGHTLIFTING
Finalizer

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