How To Write a Fitness Plan: Progression and Overoad

You will increase strength, improve self-confidence and relieve stress with a well written fitness plan.  Your fitness coach is back with part five in this video series on progression and overload, you have all the tools you need to write a very specific plans that can get you the results you want.  Watch the video, then write your plan.  If you like this info. please share it.

 

Author: Sue Kauffman

Health and PE teacher in Central PA. Exercise, fitness and nutrition junkie. Married, two teen girls (pulling out hair daily). Love to ballroom dance. Beachbody customer and coach. e-mail me at suek11@embarqmail.com

4 thoughts on “How To Write a Fitness Plan: Progression and Overoad”

  1. Sue,

    Making your workouts more challenging as you go will force the body out of becoming adaptive. It is important for any kind of growth or progress. I prefer to add more time for the muscle being under tension before for I start to adding weight. Either one works, but I like to exact as much energy from the muscle before I move up in weight.

    -Mitchell

    1. Mitchell, excellent point! There are many different ways to apply the overload principle. The important thing is that you plan out how you will do it over time so you don’t get stuck on a plateau.

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