1. Troy - Cube.Dweller.Fitness
    December 28, 2011 @ 8:27 pm

    I completely agree with your 1-2-3 punch approach. I would add that in strength training progression is important. Even with bodyweight exercises there are always harder variations to try. It is too easy to plateau and say I always to 20 reps of those. Progression, improvement, push and see results.

    I’ve been developing a product and making progress, but made it to “the warm-up”. I’m getting stuck between ideal (foam roll, dynamic warm-up) and a realistic warm-up that will be done regularly. Any thoughts on warm-ups before strength and HIIT?



    • Kevin
      January 31, 2012 @ 8:08 am

      Hey Troy, looking forward to see what you come up with!


  2. Celina
    April 16, 2013 @ 9:55 am

    Hey! This is amazing. I normally only do HIIT for 35 mins, but never heard of this combination. I hope it helps me slim down more, I’m a slightly pearhaped women..


  3. Omar Mozahem
    January 26, 2017 @ 6:01 am

    Awesome book, and very helpful info with a lot of insight.

    If you have a minute though id like to ask you a question:

    according to a course i took about strength and conditioning, cardio can directly effect your results in terms of strength training. is there any way i can prevent the cardio training from hindering my improvements in strength?


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