what to measure before you begin your 2019 fitness program

Adam FriedmanAthlete For Life, Training Tips

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The first thing you need to do before starting your 2019 fitness program is measure your baseline. Your baseline is the current state of your key performance indicators (KPI’s) — the quantitative and qualitative results that link to your goals. Without knowledge of all of your KPIs, you’ll be missing critical data to know if your training plan is working … Read More

part 2: how often and why you should change your workout routine

Adam FriedmanAthlete For Life, Goal Setting

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Any decision to change your workout should come from having a broad perspective of all the factors that affect it and your desired outcome. Too often, I see athletes who miss key elements and end up with stagnant results. Or worse, they compromise their health. Either way, the result is disappointment and most often without understanding the cause. That’s why … Read More

how often and why you should change your workout routine

Adam FriedmanAthlete For Life, Goal Setting

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When was the last time you made a change to your exercise routine? And why did you choose to make that change at that time? By change, I mean having a planned variation of programming to progress (move forward) or regress (move backward), based on your needs. Your responses are important because they have a giant impact on your training … Read More

3 ways timing can kill your results

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The first question most people have when they start working towards a goal is “how much time it will take?” This is especially true when it comes to fitness, and almost always comes up as soon as I begin with a new client who has ambitious goals. My job is to make sure we set realistic expectations from the get-go. … Read More