There are times in life that you go through something so traumatic that it physically takes a toll on your body.It could be the stress of worrying about your sick child, the stress of an unhappy marriage, the stress of a divorce... Well, you get the idea.
So, this blog post is more about my journey back to health, these will be personal posts away from the norm on specific topics. I will provide links to the products I use personally. This includes a variety of supplements. As I explain more in my background you will see that I don’t have a normal journey back to health and that some of the supplements are specialty supplements aiding me in my personal journey.
Disclaimer: All opinions are my own. While I might suggest a specific group of exercises, you might find other exercises that you like to do. These are my base exercises when I began lifting three months ago. Please make sure to include bench press every time you work the chest.
Always consult a physician prior to doing any exercise, to determine if you’re able to perform exercises.
Muscle group of the week
The chest is our center, our core. Most people only do about two to three exercises for their chest, and in doing so, they wind up with an incomplete, undeveloped chest. My hope is to take you through some exercises, to help you work all of your chest! Variety is the spice of life, so make sure you mix it up from time to time! That could mean mixing up the exercises or number of reps. Except bench press! Always do that first! Try working heavier sets with less reps. Also keep in mind to change your grip, for a more thorough chest buildup.
Hi! My name is Roger Willis, and I am going to be a guest writer for Central Valley Nutrition! I'm excited to share workout tips that I've learned through (painful) trial and error, and from talking to other people who are like me: passionate about weight lifting!
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.Sean: a dedicated health professional with more than 20 years of health and nutrition education, industry background, and personal experiences. Sean’s journey began at National Holistic Institute where he studied health and nutrition and he later became a certified trainer and weight loss specialist with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Though his education has positioned Sean as an expert in the health and nutrition industry, it is his own diagnosis of heart disease that has enabled Sean to open up and assist others with their own unique health and nutrition needs.