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I’ve been having very busy weeks lately, working 6-7 days a week with most being 12 hour days. I have to admit that I’m loving every minute of it! I’ve been training my own clients and also the contestants on the TV set. Although I am training others every day, I have very little time for my own training.
In the past month, my gym time has been 2-4 times a week. Weeks when there are only 2 days available to train, I rely mainly on a combination of plyometric and circuit drills. For example, I will complete a circuit of squat jumps, scissor jumps, tuck jumps, lat pull downs, seated rows, burpies, and V-seats. Then repeat the circuit 3-4 times with 15-25 repetitions of each exercise. In my next training session, I will do a similar type of circuit with different exercises. This type of training gets me in and out of the gym in about a half hour and completely taxes my body. I keep my intensity very high resulting in fatigued muscles and a cardio workout in one. When I have 4 times to train, then I can split up the body parts to add more exercises to each.
It is always beneficial to find time for the gym yet keep a balance. There are days when I can wake up very early to train, but I would not be getting enough sleep for recovery. Along with HMB, sleep is very important for repairing the body, mentally and physically. It’s about figuring out your own body to know when to train and when to rest. Training too much can have negative effects just as not enough training. Getting to the gym when you can, keeping your nutrition on key, and supplementing with HMB will give improved results.
Whether it is a quick 2 times per week training session or more, I always rely on HMB to aid in recovery. This supplement keeps me lean, strong, and ready for more training!