Many people struggle with planning a workout at the gym. Maybe you’re one of them. NASM teaches that there are two commonly used systems for a workout: horizontal loading and vertical loading. What are the differences, and which one works best for you?
I have a boss who routinely tells us to work smarter, not harder. His theory is that working more efficiently will position us to achieve more. For our 9-5 jobs in Eagan, it works great.
In the gym, however, the exact opposite is usually true. Forcing your body to be inefficient will help you burn more calories during your workout.