By Jennifer Deane – September 29, 2018 1:29pm ET A bodybuilding competitor in Canada told me that she’s often asked to do cardio and strength work, but she wants to know how to best train her muscles.
She’s also heard from competitors who say that they’re not happy with the amount of time they spend in the gym.
In her mind, they’re looking for an easy way to lose weight without actually doing any physical work.
But what if that’s not the way to go?
If you want to build muscle, the gym is a great place to start.
I spoke with the women’s bodybuilder and competitive bodybuilder Jen Haines about what it takes to get started and get into the top ranks of the sport.
Jen is a competitor at The Great American Bodybuilding Club, and she has been training professionally for almost 10 years.
Jen’s story of finding the right bodybuilding program is worth sharing in its own right, because she shares her advice for getting started and keeping up with the latest trends in the sport of bodybuilding.
I also interviewed Jen about the benefits of going to the gym, her bodybuilding diet, and the benefits and pitfalls of taking supplements.
If you’re a bodybuilder or want to start building muscle, Jen Hains advice is invaluable.
I asked her to share her favorite part of the gym: The cardio section.
Jen says that if you’re going to do a lot of cardio, it helps to put in a lot more work.
If your goal is to build a huge muscle mass, you might want to go for a lot longer, she says.
But if you want a quick workout, you can do that, too.
Jen also says that some people want to do all of their cardio at the same time, but you shouldn’t do that either.
You should always have a plan in place that will help you achieve your goals.
You need to be consistent in the way you train, Jen says.
Jen Hanes bodybuilding training program I’m a competitive body builder and Jen Hays advice is a must-read for anyone looking to get into bodybuilding, whether you’re just starting out or are a bodybuilding veteran.
Here’s how she thinks about what makes the best gym: If you can’t find the right gym for you, you need to find a place that offers the kind of training you’re looking to do.
That will be different from gym to gym.
It’s important to be aware of where your gym is in relation to your goal.
For instance, if you do a ton of cardio in the morning, and then go to work the next day, your body will be sore and sore.
It will be harder to build the muscle mass that you need.
Jen advises that you should try to do more than one workout at a time.
She also says to focus on one exercise at a stretch, not two.
Jen recommends that you try to work out with a partner.
You might not like how much time you spend with a trainer, but Jen suggests that they can help you work on different parts of your body at the gym and in the weight room.
If that sounds like you, Jen suggests joining a team.
Team members can help each other improve and work on specific areas of your training.
It might be better to work on the same exercises for two weeks before switching to one exercise for the rest of the week.
Jen doesn’t recommend going on a training trip.
That might sound like a bad idea, but if you have to go to the mountains, it might be worth it to try out a different program.
You can find a variety of workouts at The Bodybuilding Association.
Jen and I talked about her own program.
I found it to be a great plan, but I’m not a fan of Jen’s overall approach to training.
Her gym is very structured and it makes it easy to follow the program.
But I still found it a little too focused on a particular part of my body.
Jen said that she loves the workouts she did at the Bodybuilding and Fitness Academy in New York City, but that she also loves working out in a group.
If Jen’s workout is your cup of tea, Jen has some great tips for staying in shape.
She recommends getting lots of sleep.
She says to sleep as much as you can, because it will help your body to recover better.
Jen has also recommended staying active during the day.
Jen suggests going for a run.
But, Jen said, “I’ve heard that there are some people that have trouble sleeping during a run because of the heat and humidity.
I’m sure that’s true for some people, but it’s definitely not true for me.”
I love that Jen is trying to keep a healthy lifestyle.
She encourages her body to grow stronger and stronger, and that means going for more physical activity.
Jen makes the point that you can only go to so many gym sessions before