I have been training for most of my life, and started my first website in 2001. I finally began filming workouts in 2003. Since that time, I’ve posted several videos to the rosstraining.com site. Up until now, each video has been associated with a specific article or blog entry. Within each Youtube video description (the “More info” link at Youtube), there is a link back to the article.
Articles that include video are labeled at the link below:
I prefer to write articles that correspond with videos, so the reader can actually learn something, rather than simply seeing a few sample movements. I have made one exception however (below). After receiving several requests for a compilation, I have finally gotten around to putting one together. The end result can be seen below.
For those who are new to the site, it may be useful to read this quote from a past article:
I post video clips to the site to help readers spice up their own training routines. These videos offer a brief glimpse of what we do in and out of the gym. The clips are not meant to serve as complete workouts. I have read several message boards where readers misunderstood the video clips to be full workouts. They were under the assumption that the exercises should be performed one after the other, in the exact sequence. This assumption is incorrect. The videos simply offer readers with ideas to liven up their own workouts. Nothing more, nothing less.
Furthermore, no three or four minute video can summarize or do justice to hours of training each week, year after year. The videos offer just a brief glimpse at some of the many things we do at the gym.
Lastly, if you ever have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.
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