Keep your chin up
Concentrate on pulling your elbows down when you do chin ups. Don’t think about having to pull yourself up. This will psyche yourself into doing more of the exercise.
Shake it Out
Studies have shown that people who drank a shake containing 10 grams protein, 7 grams carbs, 3 grams fat immediately after working out gained more muscle in comparison to people who waited 2 hours to drink shakes.
Aim past your goal
In golf, aim 17 inches past the hole. This is because the 17 inches surrounding the putt aren’t matted down by footprints like the rest of the green, so you’ll be up against more friction.
Relax Your Hips
When you’re squatting, make sure you keep your heels on the floor. If you’re not able to do this, your hip flexors are too tight.
Be a Lightweight
Lifting light weights quickly has the same impact as lifting heavy weights at a slow pace. If you lift quick enough and for long enough, your muscles will strength regardless.
Strength in Isolation
When you work out, do one arm at a time. It’s better to do a high quality lift with one arm than a mediocre lift with both. Keep track of your presses, and do the same amount with your other arm so your muscles stay balanced.
Get a Good Grip
While doing arm curls, try wrapping a towel around the bar. This makes the bar thicker, and forces your muscles to work harder.