Fitness Training Simplified to 100 Words

September 30, 2016

About the Author: Eric Bach Performance

Quality > Quantity


First: sprint, jump, and throw.
Then: clean, snatch, jerk, squat, deadlift, bench, and row.
Pull:Push ratio of 3:1.


Write down your damn workouts.
(Because without progressive overload, nothing matters.)

 

Pretend there are no machines. They aren’t necessary.
Persevere. Stick to programs 4-6 weeks, minimum.


Strength is your foundation.
It supports your empire of biceps and traps.

 

Condition hard twice per week.
Walk 10k steps a day.


Carbs: 2:1 protein post-workout.
Eat food closer to nature.


Pick a damn sport outside the gym.


Stick to the basics.

Quality trumps quantity.

Train with focus and intent.

And when in doubt, Go HAM.

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