Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Competitive Bodybuilder Inspires Self-Improvement (Part 4) :

Competitive Bodybuilder Inspires Self-Improvement (Part 4)
Competitive Bodybuilder Inspires Self-Improvement (Part 4) :
Perhaps most importantly, Wade offers practical and common sense advice to his exercise regime. For example:

The bench press is thought of as an overall chest builder, a power movement, and a great mass builder. All of those things are true as long as you leave your ego out of it by not focusing on the weight you are pushing and concentrate more on the contraction of the exercise.

Wade enforces the importance of not lifting too much weight, lifting weight with proper form rather than sloppy movements, and learning how to max out your workout.

Wade is a positive role model who has been through difficult times but turned his life around, not just 360 but 540 degrees. After years of developing his physique, Wade decided to reach out to help others achieve their goals, change their physiques, and build their self-confidence through nutrition and exercise. He is already a personal trainer, and now he is carrying his practical advice and techniques to a wider audience.

The mission of "Becoming a Stronger Person" is to show people how to change their lives, their lifestyle, their quality of life, as well as their overall outlook of themselves, their physiques, and their futures. If Josh Wade lived near me, I'd hire him in a minute to be my personal trainer. In the few weeks since I've read his book, I have been encouraged to exercise more and eat better; he has definitely inspired me to be a healthier, stronger, and better person. This book is a perfect gift especially for the teenage boy or young man interested in bodybuilding and fitness. Wade is sure to influence the next generation of better, stronger young men and women.

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