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I recently wrote an article for Exercisesforinjuries.com. Its being posted as a series and the first part can be read now HERE Be sure to check it out and share it with friends and colleagues if you like it. I discuss my journey to coming back stronger from a back injury including what issues that I had that gave me problems, training mistakes I've made and learned from, exercises and training I've done to come back stronger than ever and advice for anyone trying to get through an injury or setback with their training. Give it a read!!
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This awesome transformation has taken place over the course of the last 4 months. The pictures pretty much speak for themselves.
Joe came in to see me back in August and said that he wanted to take his body to higher levels that he'd never taken it before. When I first consult with a potential client, I can usually tell within a few minutes whether or not they are serious and going to be successful with what they claim they want to do. I knew right away that this guy was going to be successful with any goal he set. He wanted to get strong, powerful, ripped and in awesome overall shape. Well, in 4 months hes accomplished more than many people do in 4 years.
Strength? Joe went from struggling to perform a proper bodyweight squat to front squatting 300 pounds. He went from never really deadlifting at all to pulling 315 for reps. He took his bench from 185 to 225.
Ripped? Joe dropped around 11% bodyfat and 10 pounds. He lost inches off his waist and hips and put on muscle everywhere else. He dropped at least 8 millimeters on every single body fat site, including 20 on his abdomen site alone!! Look at the pics if you don't believe it.
Great overall shape? Kettlebell swing intervals, prowler pushing, box jumps, band sprints, circuits, sled work and plenty of specific energy system development to go along with the strength and muscle development. Movement and neuromuscular coordination has improved and back pain is gone.
Joe works extremely hard both in and out of the gym to better himself. By training to get stronger and performing the proper conditioning along with practicing good diet including upping his eating frequency, cutting down processed food and getting ample protein, he has gotten himself along a successful path to a new body. Sky's the limit from here. May this be a piece of motivation to anybody out there who wants to change their life and body. Stay tuned for more transformation stories coming up!
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