Plugging the holes in your training program

There is no “one size fits all” perfect training program.

In spite of all the hype online and in other media about the latest and the greatest fitness program, there is no one thing that produces the same results (or any results) for everyone, all the time, without fail.

It just doesn’t exist!

There are some excellent training programs out there, and you just have to do your homework to find them.

You won’t see them advertised with phrases like 6-pack abs, or celebrity diet, or other nonsense.

Good solid training programs all require consistent  hard work over an extended period of time. That is exactly what most people don’t want to hear.

Now the people who are serious about training and do the dedicated work involved still often find some gaps that their main exercises don’t fill.

The most knowledgeable and accomplished coaches and athletes I know constantly seek out better ways to do things in their training.

They never chase after fads or the infamous “silver bullet” to get stronger and leaner.

Finding your weak  areas and addressing them intelligently is vital to lifelong fitness.

This week I learned how to start plugging the holes in my own training through the use of exercises clubs and maces. This  training will be implemented immediately at my gym, the Cave, for both the people I train and for myself.


Published by ironcave1

I am the owner of the Cave, a strength-based, veteran-owned, unconventional coaching facility. Our training is old school style, and it gets results!

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