You’re a busy dad, right – you probably don’t have the time to be following 5-day, bodybuilding-style training programs that leave you tired, irritable, and sore for days on end.
I mean, nothing is worse than trying to chase your kids around the house when you’ve got serious leg pain, caused by the 23-year old trainer at the local gym who forced you to train them until you couldn’t walk down the stairs of the gym.
And you know what makes it even worse? You don’t even care about getting huge and muscular legs!
No, in fact all you really want is to look better, feel better, and be able to play with your kids without getting tired, injured, or both; and that’s not an unreasonable request.
What good is building a better body so that you can keep up with your kids, if you never have enough time to see them (partly because you’re always at the gym)?
Even then, on the occasions when you finally get to the gym, you’re wasting your precious time by not training as effectively as you can. You simply wander in, have a look around at what machine is free, and jump on it for a few sets. When you’re finished, you get up and move onto the next one that trains a different muscle group.
That isn’t training to succeed, no, that’s throwing stuff at the wall and seeing what sticks, and I hate to say it, but judging by the fact that you’re reading this, not much seems to be sticking!
Tell me, when you watch super hero movies like the Captain America, Thor, or Wolverine, and see the amazed looks on your children’s faces when…
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