To begin the program, utilize light weights and focus on technique. Ensure your form for every exercise is proper. Slowly increase the weight lifted, as you become more familiar with the PUSH, PULL, LEGS technique. To ensure you are utilizing the correct weight load for your fitness level, consider the following: when you wake up the next day, you should be slightly sore. If your muscles are sore throughout the day, your weight load needs to be decreased. If you wake up the next day and are not sore, then increase the weight load. Generally, the percentage of decrease or increase is 10-20% of the current weight so as to gradually build or decrease your weight load.
“This course has been fantastic in determining why my last personal trainer was hopeless. Just because it worked for him, nothing was working for me. We had different body types, we had different metabolism levels, we had different mental outlooks, we had different food likes and dislikes and even the training suited his body type but not mine. I now feel confident within myself now to prepare for the next competition, especially with the vast array of information provided within the course that is so hard to find in books and on the internet (that was in a layman’s language).”
With the announcement of the Ontario Physique Association converting to the newly formed CPA, the CBBF has been working diligently to re-establish a provincial organization within the province of Ontario. We recognize that this is an important task as we want guarantee representation for all Canadian Athletes in every province. The CBBF understands that with the 2018 competitive season drawing near we may not have enough time to produce an Ontario based event (s). Therefor we will be hosting all
Ontario athletes in Quebec and Manitoba through their Provincial events. Open and Natural Events following the criteria as noted: