It may be a matter of personal preference that you like to lift low weights for many repetitions, or you may prefer to try and increase your maximum weight for a small number of repetitions. These styles may fit different moods or sentiments – your competitive nature may simply be triggered more by going further, or training for longer, for instance, or by lifting higher weights. Preference for these styles should take into account their different results, though. As with everything we want you to take away from this site, it’s important to make your training personal, but you must personalise it for the right reasons. Continue reading
We believe you can overcome knee pain, even if you don't. Strength and mobility are possible through simple, easy to learn exercises - no drugs, no surgery. These lessons and techniques come from trainer Chris Williams, who resolved life-long knee problems through personal study and hard work.
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