Hopefully part 1 and 2 have clarified the link and seriousness with regards to strength and disease. Unless you are ready to throw in the towel and just wait for the world to crash in on you it’s time for solutions.
Everywhere in our hundreds of blog posts you will see reference to how less than an hour a week of strength training is all you need. With gained strength you can be active in a manner which actually matters to your health rather than just killing time.
The 3 top points are:
- Do it…every week without fail.
- Do it safely.
- Do it.
Muscles need load but many of our clients training virtually are using just backpacks and bags filled with books or cans ands body weight. You will be shocked how many variations can be created.
Example of 22 push-up variations!
In this day and age you can easily film your workouts then review them and make notes what you want to improve. Try multiple camera angles to get a 3D view.
We have plenty of free (no ads) video examples of simple ideas on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyObig6CabLV3PD3i_7Fhcw/videos?view_as=subscriber
In part 4 we will have a long detailed breakdown of a home workout with very few tools. It will cover all you need to know and we welcome any and all questions!
Be well, be strong,
Andrew and Tierney