1. Well recently i have been visiting ur site and was really glad to come across it as ur matter on the site does dispel a lot of myths.I believe the fitness industry is one industry where ignorance is by galore.People love to give out-of-hand fitness tips despite knowing nothing at all.
    I myself have been in the fitness industry for the past 8 yrs and currently a Fitness Counselor for a chain of gyms out here in India.As a counselor I have a lot of ppl who come upto to me to make or change there routine.
    I have read ur Routine Routine article and certainly beg to defer on what u have mentoined.The reason being that u have mentioned about the body getting adapted to the movements,the point is that it is exactly what u actually need CNS adaptation.If I am gonna keep on changing and switching over to differnt excerises I am never gonna be able to master the form and thus will reduce the productivety of my workout.The point is that there are varoius kinds of excerises for a certain muscle some are certaintly superior than the other from the point of muscle fibre recruitment so just for the heck of giving change I would never ever prescribe tham or do them myself.If I’m squatting for my quads&glutes and i’m doing the dumbell decline press for my pecks and dumbell bent over rows for my Lats even after 20 years i’ll still be doing the same.I’ll certainly believe is that this whole shocking the body is a complete Hoax.The Muscle does not understand excerise it understands its function under resistance which exactly wat weight training is all about.

  2. you seem rather arsh in your remarks.Of course it is good to vary and incorperate different exercises in a session but some clients actually want a fairly basic session i.e treadmill ,bike ,arm curls tricep kick backs and basic abdominal work …


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