Hire me as your personal trainer 👍
The process starts with one easy step, a short, free training and nutrition consultation. I want to help you reach your goals, all you have to do is put time down on my calendar! 👇
What is this consultation for?
This consultation is so that I can get to know you, your goals, and your unique situation better. This is ensure that I am the right fit for you and that you are the right fit for me.
What types of questions will be asked?
First we will discuss your goal and the reason that you make this goal. I will then ask you a few basic questions about your diet, lifestyle, and injuries/disabilities. This is all so that I can discuss with you the best route to take to achieve your goals.
Is there any requirement to pay or hire you after the call?
Absolutely not! In fact, after getting the information from you, I will put together an example plan and show you what your day to day will look like. After seeing that, you can decide whether you want to hire me or not!
Why should you consider hiring me?
Please see my qualifications (below)! Additionally, I am more than happy to answer further questions that you have, just set up a call below 👇
Train with Ty daily:
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What is Tw/T Daily Workouts?
First, I want to welcome you to my daily workout page and introduce myself. I am a certified personal trainer and fitness nutritionist specialist through the National Federation of Personal Trainers (NFPT). I have been interested and involved in health and fitness for over 10 years with a massive focus on creating lasting change through realistic and sustainable training and diet methods.
My goal is to help my clients get to the goals that they have had for years through proper diet and training that allows them to still enjoy and live their life! This is done by choosing the most impactful practices that I have learned over the years and implementing them without adding in the unneeded fluff that many other trainers and plans use. You can find out more about me on my website!
The Tw/T's Daily Workout page is a COMPLETLY FREE resource for you to find new training strategies, exercises, workout amplifiers, and some awesome secrets that I have used and discovered over the years!
This page is updated every single day so make sure to check back often for new workouts, exercises, recipes, tips, and more!
How To Use Tw/T Daily Workouts?
There are 2 easy ways to use the Train with Ty Daily workouts!
- Use the sheet below while you are working out and follow along as you go through your workout (but remember these are replaced every 24 hours).
- Press the 3 dots by the name of the workout → Choose export → Choose PDF format → Hit export → Save it to the "books" app on your phone! You can use this workout anytime you want now!
What is a “tempo”?
"Tempo" refers to the amount of seconds that you spend performing each portion of an exercise movement.
Example of a tempo: 3010 (referenced in each bullet below)
Each exercise movement has four separate stages:
- Eccentric - (3) relaxing the muscle and allowing it to lengthen. This is the portion where your body is being lowered towards the ground (See squat example).
- Pause (Isometric hold) - (0)at the bottom of the movement - holding a muscle still in a single position. This happens at the bottom of the squat (See squat example):
- Concentric - (1) contracting/squeezing the muscle and forcing it to shorten. This is when you are standing back up and are getting further from the floor (See squat example)
- Pause (Isometric hold) - (0) at the top of the movement - the tallest you stand during this exercise, aka the "starting position" of the squat (see squat example)
How to best count tempo:
Instead of trying to count reps and tempo separately, try counting the rep followed by counting the tempo
For example: if you have a tempo that requires you to hold the bottom of the rep for 2 seconds you would count like this: rep1... 2,1, up... rep2... 2,1, up... rep3... 2,1, up...
If you have questions about any of this please get in contact with me on any of my social media platforms!
"WSYFI" (where should you feel it?)
"Where should you feel it?" is a very important tool to use when you are performing a workout! In order get the most out of your exercises, you must use the correct muscles and get better at "recruiting" the correct muscles each workout.
This tool states the main muscles that are being worked with each exercise - which helps you to know what muscles you should focus on "feeling" while you are performing each exercise.
As you practice "feeling" the muscles work, you are going to increase the ability for the muscle to contract, which increases your strength and your muscle growth.