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BendtheBar 07-12-2013 08:56 PM

Strength Training – How To Workout When You Have Limited Time
 
Strength Training – How To Workout When You Have Limited Time

Strength Training – How To Workout When You Have Limited Time | Muscle and Brawn Bodybuilding, Powerlifting and Muscle Building.

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What do you mean there is no time!

Often when we get busy with life, the gym if the first thing that goes. I see it all the time with people I help train online, even with people in my own family.

I stress to them that if it is important enough to them, they will find a way. That statement is normally meet with the reply, “there just isn’t enough time in the day!” Well fellow gym goers, I disagree with you. There is time, and you can make improvements.
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This article was written by Jonathan Byrd, author of the eBook BIG: “Rapidly increase your strength using the BIG strength training system created by top ranked powerlifter Jonathan Byrd.”

Off Road 07-12-2013 09:20 PM

Excellent. Seems like common sense, but I guess there are people that think you have to destroy many different lifts to make progress. Even worse when they skip a workout because they don't have time for 30 different lifts. Good articles. Keep 'em coming.

Cutty 07-12-2013 09:36 PM

Great article!

Kyle Aaron 07-13-2013 04:11 AM

Time is not an issue for most people. My PT sessions I give are mostly 30', my own workouts doing the same work are 60' or so, quite often. Why? Because I'm fucking around, resting longer than I have to, chatting to people, etc. If I had a smartphone the workouts would be 2 hours of fucking around.

If you're busy, don't fuck around. Get in, lift, get out.

In a world where people watch Everybody Loves Raymond, time is not really the issue. It's effort.

big_swede 07-13-2013 04:22 AM

Awesome JB. I trained that way before and am about to do it again, great gains!

big_swede 07-13-2013 04:23 AM

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Originally Posted by Kyle Aaron (Post 385845)
In a world where people watch Everybody Loves Raymond, time is not really the issue. It's effort.

Haha Quote of the year!


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