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We help teach you and show you how to train efficiently as possible so that you get the most/greatest return for as little time spent in the gym. AND you do not have to restrict or diet or eat nasty green grass. NO MORE SUFFERING FOR HEALTH, FOR A GREAT BODY, TO FEEL GREAT! AND WE MAKE SURE WE ARE HAVING FUN IN THE PROCESS, if you are not enjoying this, it will not be sustainable.
Q: Can anyone tell me why I recommend wearing as little clothing as possible while you train? and why I recommend posing/flexing during your rest periods/before/after working out?
A: It is very helpful/encouraging/motivating to see the muscles actually contract while performing the movement, as well as helpful to the eye/brain for learning how you are moving that makes you feel that contraction/tension on the muscle as much as possible. Also, if you have a body part that you want to develop more of or if it is a weak/underdeveloped muscle then actually seeing it while you train will push you to work it harder and to actually see it contract and start developing is a rewarding feeling to keep you going.
Posing also tremendously helps with making sure (seeing and feeling) you are moving/positioning your body in the correct plane and contracting the muscles in the correct plane/pathway to emit as much force and tension on the muscle as possible during each rep, especially as fatigue sets in and you start to break form a bit. It helps prevent injury.
The posing/flexing teaches muscle control. Posing is very hard because you are tensing all your muscles as hard as you can while trying to make it look as effortless as possible. This helps you contract the right muscles while you are using weight and performing a movement. The better you can do it with no weight, the better you can do it with weight. You learn how to position certain body parts to better help you contract a muscle through posing and it translates to training. Posing/flexing the muscle you are currently training (during your workout/rest periods) also helps keep the blood (the pump) inside the muscle where you want it to be.
We teach you how to get the most out of your training so that you are not spending hours upon hours in the gym while barely seeing any results. We show you how and why TRAINING LESS, EATING MORE DELICIOUS FOOD (and less “clean eating”) will finally get you feeling great and looking great. Let us help you simplify this process and finally get the body you want and deserve!
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