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211: The 7 Most Common Fitness Mistakes You’re Making (And What To Do About It) with Christian Thibaudeau

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211: The 7 Most Common Fitness Mistakes You’re Making (And What To Do About It) with Christian Thibaudeau


Brief Bio:

Christian Thibaudeau is a Canadian bodybuilder, and strength-training coach. He’s successfully trained a wide array of athletes from Olympic lifters and strongmen to hockey players and figure skaters. He’s also a competitive Olympic weightlifter, a football coach, and is completing his M.Sc. degree in exercise science. Chris gained notability in the online bodybuilding world in the late 1990’s as a key contributor to the online bodybuilding magazine, Iron Magazine Online (or IronMag). He is currently a frequent contributor to Testosterone Magazine and has been applauded by fellow trainers for his willingness to accept and incorporate other ideas into his training program.

 

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Do’s and don’ts of proper weight training technique
  • 5 Ways to get better in the gym
  • 6 Ways to avoid workout Injuries
  • 5 Things to look for in a personal trainer
  • The benefits of Isometric Exercises
  • Understanding muscle failure
  • Why plyometric training can cause serious injuries
  • 4 Strength training secrets
  • Why movement training is the ultimate anti-aging exercise
  • Benefits of stretching with weights
  • Why stimulants are bad for you
  • Importance of mobility for strength training

 

Resources:

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Connect with Christian:

Website 

Twitter

Facebook 

 

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