On this podcast, I interview Dan John, and we chat all about his idea of “simple energy.” 

Straightforward energy is a method of coaching Dan writes about at size in his newest e book, Makes an attempt: Essays in Health, Well being, Longevity and Straightforward Energy, which I extremely advocate.

We’ll get extra into the nitty gritty particulars within the podcast, however “simple energy” is all about efficient exercises executed with key workouts which you can get executed rapidly. This will get you out and in of the health club rapidly, providing you with extra time to get better and practice in your sport. The most effective half is you’ll get stronger with out beating up your muscular tissues and joints, which implies much less soreness and joint ache.

For those who’re skeptical, I perceive, however Dan isn’t precisely the brand new child on the block. The truth is, he has fairly the resume—he has competed within the Highland Video games, written greater than 14 books, and coached athletes and weightlifters for over 40 years now. As you may think about, he has seen and heard all of it, and is aware of a factor or two about teaching athletes.

On this episode, Dan and I focus on . . .

  • The advantages of not “destroying” your self within the health club
  • Train as apply
  • The significance of not lacking reps
  • Tips on how to program your exercises and progressively overload with “simple energy”
  • And extra . . .

So, if you wish to learn to incorporate simple energy exercises to get stronger with out beating your self up or spending hours within the health club day by day, hearken to this episode and let me know your ideas!

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Timestamps:

14:00 – What type of coaching is straightforward energy?

23:20 – Is the straightforward energy methodology your go to?

24:51 – What does the frequency appear like on these workouts?

30:00 – With the straightforward energy methodology how do you progressively overload?

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