How much should I do?
Many of us would pick up a magazine or a book for guidance. Or maybe we’d ask a friend who lifts about the best way to get started. More often than not, that friend is doing a routine from a magazine or book.
What’s so bad about that?
Maybe nothing, at least not at first. Doing something is better than doing nothing. But the problem with trying to do someone else’s program is just that: it is a program made for someone else. In other words, someone that is not you.
So how can Joe or Jane off the street answer the question:
What should I be doing, and how much?
Bio-feedback is a fancy-sounding word that just means “do what your body tells you to.” Your body will tell you what it needs. Your body knows what it needs. The two videos below will teach you a couple of way to ask your body to tell you what it needs.
This is my coach and friend “Unbreakable” Adam T. Glass. Other than his monstrous strength, Adam’s ability to make really complicated-sounding stuff easy to understand and implement is, in my opinion, his greatest gift.
Adam really, truly wants to help people get strong, healthy, and happy. Please watch these videos, digest them, and send Adam your questions.
Not so confusing, is it? I use these methods in my own training and have had nothing but success. And I’ve seen the results in people much more advanced than I.
Questions for Adam can be sent to email@example.com
If you take advantage of this advice, any health- or strength-related New Year’s Resolution you may make in the next month will become a reality.
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