Strength Training Principles For People Over 30

Maybe you’re interested in strength training, but you’ve never done it before and you don’t know how to get started. What do you do? Where should you begin? How do you make sure that you’re getting what you need out of a strength training routine?

In today’s episode, James Breese will explain some of the things you need to know about strength training for beginners. Listen in to hear what James has to say about testing yourself, following the LAWS, and working all seven human movements into your workout.

Topics Discussed in This Episode:

  • Where to start with strength training
  • Testing your core strength
  • Holding a two-arm plank
  • Hanging from a bar
  • LAWS: Lubrication, activation, workout, stretch
  • Reps and sets for power and strength
  • Three facets of strength
  • Getting all 7 human movements in
  • Golden movements
  • How to put it all together

Quotes From the Show:

“It comes down to the simple fact that if you’re not assessing, you’re just guessing.” –James Breese

“If you’re a beginner and you haven’t trained consistently for a long time, essentially any workout is going to improve and show you results.” –James Breese

“Trust me, no one ever regrets stretching when they’re in their 40s, 50s, and 60s.” –James Breese

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