Ryan Patrick owns a successful gym, coaches clients throughout the day, is a competitive powerlifter, and has FIVE kids!
In a year he went from sitting a wheelchair with a broken tibia to setting PR’s in his Squat and Deadlift.
You could say the man knows what to do to stay in the game.
Because that’s what it’s all about, right? What will it take for you to be able to do this for a really long time?
Even if you don’t want to compete. If you or your clients want to be strong AF and want to get serious about lifting, how are you going to make that happen? How are you going to make sure that the balance between Health and Performance doesn’t shoot so far into the performance side that it actually takes you or your client out the game.
Putting an emphasis on Aerobic Fitness can sometimes be a low priority in a powerlifters programming.
But if you’re serious about powerlifting, you might want to let it wiggle itself into your or your client’s programming.
In the following video, Ryan explains why it’s important and he also shows you how you can start building an aerobic base 🙂
He is really hooking you all up with all that content, go follow him to get all the explanations and videos that come along with the free templates 🙂
If you want more, check out his website, I think you’ll really like it -> coachryanpatrick.com
Now go work on your heart health and build a conditioning base.
Until next time 🙂