Many people, day in and day out, will go to the gym or in their garage and do random exercises in hopes of losing weight, gaining muscle, burning calories, etc.

Movement is medicine, so that is not necessarily an issue.

However, training with intention proves to be far more successful.

When you have a specific goal in mind with your training and you take the necessary steps to have a program that matches that goal…

Your process becomes clear.

There is no guesswork taking place, therefore, saving you time mindlessly wandering around just doing what comes to mind.

Training with intention creates discipline, consistency, and progress.

Training with intention also assists in your focus.

You are free to place all of your energy into the next rep, set, exercise, etc. because you are not worrying about what to do next.

Give it a try.

Plan out a training program for one week and see how it changes your training.

Better yet, get a hold of us and we will help you with a custom training program of your own.

Get after it!

P.S. Use this workout below to help kickstart your process of training with intention! Let us know your thoughts!


10 - 12 x Single Arm Dumbbell Bench Press
10 - 12 x Weighted Bulgarian Split Squat
10 - 12 x Single Arm Dumbbell Row
8 - 10 x Box Jumps
8 - 10 x Single Arm Dumbbell Overhead Press
12 - 15 x Resistance Band Hamstring Curls
10 - 12 x Dumbbell Bicep Curls
8 - 10 x Medicine Ball Rotational Throw
8 - 10 x Resistance Band Rotations (Core)

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