So, you want to add weight lifting to your workout routine? You know it will help you become stronger, burn fat, and ultimately give you the look you want, right?
But where do you start?
Start with BUF Boot Camp Basics Intro Sessions
Before you pick up those dumbbells or load up that barbell you may want to ensure you can perform the movements well without the weight.
I’ll be welcoming dozens of new and returning members to BUF Boot Camp at the new location so I want to devote an entire week of evening sessions to coaching these members on basic movements: squat, deadlift, shoulder press and bench press.
The last thing you or I want is to risk injury by having you loading up with weight and not having knowledge or confidence in your ability to properly perform the movements. Confidence is a major factor, especially if you’ve never picked up a standard barbell. It can be a little intimidating.
The intro sessions will help with that.
These sessions will also introduce you to the various training circuits and formats that I offer: Tabata, AMRAP (as many rounds as possible), EMOM (every minute on the minute). Each day is a different workout. How else can I keep in interesting? Who wants to do the same workout week after week?
These sessions will last about 45 minutes and are geared toward preparing you for our regular training sessions that will begin the following week. That’s when it gets REAL!
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