I can't help but gush about my husband and the handwork he puts in everyday... Here's a little comeback blog about how proud I am of him and his business that continues to grow day by day. Check it out and give it some love.
Since Elite Custom Fitness' start four years ago, the gym has grown from 8 or so clients to about 40 (and growing). Tim has put his heart and soul into the gym and making it a bad ass place for people to not only train hard, but build a strong bond within the ECF community. We are excited to announce that there will be some huge changes to the gym that will allow for clients to have more equipment at their fingertips, more space, and more flexibility in the type of support they receive from our trainers!
You've heard it time and time again... There are people that "train", and people that "work out". Josh explains the difference between the two. It's not necessarily in the actual definitions, but rather the mentality that comes with them.
Training at the gym is more than just throwing some exercises together and expecting to get the most out of it. There is a method behind determining the most effective way to optimize your training routine. In this article, Josh discusses the 8 steps to create a proper training session. This information will not only help you to make the most of your training, but will also teach you the fundamentals to outline training for any muscle group.
See how Josh discusses the benefit of a growth vs. fixed mindset when it comes to weight training and making progress in your overall strength, ability, and much more.
Similar to his training philosophy, Tim is very focused on developing a deep understanding of the basics in order to show true growth in strength and ability in the gym. In his articles, he wants to provide the ECF Community and any reader the same when they read about his philosophies and his knowledge on training. He wants you to get the most out of what you are reading, so why not start with the basics. Here, Tim discusses the three essential muscular actions that go into training and basic movement. Any individual who trains at the gym would benefit from an understanding of these actions and how they do into developing a strong training program!