Better then squats, push-ups and planks!


What powerhouse move could possibly be better then squats, push-ups and planking?

by Rianna Poskin



If you do one squat, one time per week, you’re not going to see any gains. If you PLAN and implement 3 sets of 15 squat jumps 5 times per week, you’ll see (and feel) a lot of gains!

One of the main reasons people want to work with a personal trainer is to have someone come up with a plan, help them accomplish the plan, and get results from the plan.

Many people know how to exercise and they know how to eat healthy, but don’t always do so regularly. If you don’t know why you’re not accomplishing your goals, you might need to look at what you’re actually doing.

First thing: write down a typical week. Write down when you work, when you eat, what you eat, how long you sleep, when you exercise, when you go grocery shopping, when you cook, and any other detail you might find important in order to making change.

Here’s the plan:

Write down what your goals are…

How do you want to achieve your goals…

How long will it take to get to the goal…

What steps need to be taken in order to get to the goal…

Now create the timeline:

Write down what needs to be done today…

Write down what needs to be done by the end of the week…

Write down what needs to be done by the end of the month…

Finally what results do you want to see by the end of the year…

Stay accountable:

Schedule your tasks to get you to your goal and make sure those around you keep you on track! This plan will only work if it’s implemented, so others need to respect your time and help you on your way!

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