- Michael Wolff
How to Get the Most Out of Your Workout
Arrive and prepare yourself for the workout ahead. Those who are here get the best results.
Work until you reach momentary muscular failure. Reaching that last rep is more beneficial than any of the other reps you just performed. What you get out of a workout is directly related to the effort you put into it. At a minimum, be progressive from workout to workout; get the next rep or add 1 lb to resistance.
If you're experiencing discomfort or pain in your workout, it's important to let your coach know. We will adjust your workout routine based on your individualized needs.
Proper nutrition around your workout is important fuel for your body. Consuming enough protein is important for fat loss and muscle gain and you exercise.
Proper rest is suggested to allow your body to recovery from the intense strength training session. We suggest taking 48-72 hours in between workouts.
When life happens, it's easy to put ourselves on the back burner. However, we need to keep fueling our body with exercise so we can be more available to everyone else. Even when you're stressed for time or not feeling your best, you will feel better after a workout. We call it "Protect the Asset"