Progressive workouts help avoid plateaus, trainer says

04/23/2012 | Reuters

Hitting an exercise plateau where progress stops isn't necessarily a bad thing, and may be feedback from the body that the workout is no longer effective, personal trainer Marshall Roy says. He recommends long-term, progressive workout plans to help avoid plateaus rather than hopping around to different routines or following the latest fads.

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