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If you have been following myself and Natalie at any point over the past 3 years, I am sure you have heard us use the term movement “variability” when describing some of the techniques we post on social media. While you may already have an understanding of what the term variability means, we want to provide a clearer definition of variability within our own context of human health & performance. In order for us to describe the benefits of variability and how to apply this principle into your daily lifestyle of workout routine, we must understand how our body interprets and adapts to the stimuli we expose ourselves to on a daily basis, otherwise known as “SAID”.
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In today’s society, it is not uncommon for people to sit for many hours at a time. From commuting to the office, then sitting at a desk at work, and once again commuting home, most people tend to sit for up to 8-10 hours every day. Additionally, people often continue to sit when they get home in order to “relax and unwind” as they watch TV, play video games, or connect with their loved ones.
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The word “strength” is commonly used in the health and fitness community and although it has one definition of explanation, the word can be used in a plethora of contexts to describe different elements of training. I think for the...
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