MVA Of Training

My name is Dale Nelson and I work with busy business guys around improving their health, fitness, and nutrition to improve their performance at work. Today’s topic is around the MVA, or minimum viable amounts. What is the minimum amount of effort that you need to expend in order to get the best returns possible?

If anyone’s who a bit of a Tim Ferriss buff, you’ll get where this is going. Seems to be a lot of what he focuses on. What is the core essentials that you can get away with for the biggest returns. It’s a variation of the Pareto principle, so the 80/20.

The biggest things to focus on, if we’re talking getting lean, adding size, building strength or even just gaining a bit of functional mobility, there is predominantly six main movements that you should focus on. There’s the forward press, the overhead press, the forward pull, the overhead pull, hinge, squat and then single leg isolation. Single leg, you need lateral movement. Between those exercises there, if you can focus on a nice heavy squat, finishing off on some forward and reverse horizontal movement, and then-

Featured Articles

BLOG ARTICLE TITLE GOES HERE

BLOG ARTICLE TITLE GOES HERE

BLOG ARTICLE TITLE GOES HERE

Email
dale@dalenelson.com

Phone
0437 700 168

© Copyright 2018 Dale Nelson. All rights reserved.
Privacy Policy

  

Website design by Crux Creative
Website build by Trapdoor Media