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When training, length is not a substitute for intensity.


But to increase intensity, you must first have the skill to achieve it correctly.


What the means is you must first learn to walk before you can run.


Example : You want bigger legs.


You want to grow your legs with weight training.


Great you’ll need some volume and you’ll need to push your legs with weight training.


This means fatigue.


To push your legs to fatigue we need to have intensity.


BUT!


You don’t know how to squat, lunge or hinge properly…..


Well that’s first. Learn that (walk.)


Then run. (Add more weight, reps, time under tension, frequency.)


If you can’t do that, you can’t get into the other with tweaking or injuring something which will make it so you have to stop for some time obviously.


Or you won’t be engaging what you’re aiming for properly.


So!


Keep that mind in your fitness journey. If you don’t know how to do the basics, you’ll need to learn that to get you to where you want. Not to mention KEEP your there, which is the end goal.


To learn that, there are a lot of videos going over form to help you out. I have a few here as well.


Or you could get a sessions with a personal trainer like me to go over them with you.


For help with this in person or online, head to my contact page to email me for more info on training.


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