The gym is a lot like the stock market.
You need to know where to invest your currency for the greatest return on your investment.
Currency in the stock market, of course, is money. Currency in the gym is your time and energy. Both are finite, and both need to be spent wisely.
There are a lot of choices, but some will provide a much greater return than others.
The main difference between investing in the gym and investing in the market is that I can tell you exactly where to invest your currency in the gym for your greatest return.
This type of insider information sharing just doesn’t fly in the stock market. But as they say, health is wealth, so let’s get money! I’m going to lay out exactly how to invest
Compound MovementsA compound movement is any exercise that uses more than one joint. An example of a compound movement would be a squat, because it uses both the knee and the hip joint.
For the sake of contrast, an example of a single joint movement would be a biceps curl, because it only uses the elbow joint.
Both compound and single joint movements are great and they offer some unique benefits, but when it comes to investing your time and energy, go with the compound movements.
Do you ever wish you could turn back the clock and invest in Netflix before it introduced its video streaming product? Of course you do. Investing your time and energy in the following movements is the gym’s equivalent to an early Netflix stock. Only these movements will continue to provide a steady return on your investment for a long time.
Some exercise variety is great, and necessary for a balanced portfolio. But invest the majority of your time and energy in the movements listed above and you are going to see your greatest return on your gym time investment.
If this were the stock market, this information would be illegal. Luckily for us, you can take this information and use it to invest your precious time and energy into the exercises that are guaranteed to deliver the greatest return.
No jail time necessary.