I'll have clients do legs presses, but I don't sit clients down on machines very often.
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When you train your legs, there's a straight line from the hips to toes.
I love universal cable machines with arms that can move in different directions, because you can optimally put them in the proper position when you're pressing and pulling.
With Zac, I helped him create positive adaptations for perfect posture and alignment, all the while going through a very high-intensity program. I consider what type of supersets I’m slating for every workout. I trained him for several months, and he never went through the same exact workout twice. I saw him daily, too, so it was amazing what happened. [Here's one of the workouts Efron used to get his body beach-ready.] At its core, this was a whole-food diet. He could have brown rice, but not brown-rice pasta. And under a timed set, your spine can flex, your knees can bow out, and your poor wrists can be forced to 90°. For example, shorter people have shorter levers [arms and legs].
Especially considering we only had three months to train. Zac stayed away from all highly refined, processed foods. They might not get hurt right away or feel the tendonitis creeping in as someone who's taller would.
You keep the spine and pelvis very neutral and strong.
The shoulders never elevate on a row or a press, or shrug.
You can't even imagine anyone else playing that role.
And while you've most likely memorized all the words and choreography (really, who can't bust out every move to "We're All in This Together" by now?! I'm very fortunate that Drew has gotten proper credit and also that I've gotten the opportunity to come back and try it again with my own voice. I consider myself a regular kid that can carry a tune." OK, so let's back it up a bit.
There's another theory that Zac's voice just wanted strong enough at the time and wasn't the right fit, so his vocals were blended with Drew's who had already recorded the songs. "If I had to hear the High School Musical songs anymore, I probably would have jumped off something very tall," he joked.
Well, Zac seemed pretty blind-sighted as to why his vocals weren't used. As you can imagine, it was a but tough for Zac to be the main star of a hit musical movie and not even have his own voice on the tracks, although he always made sure he praised Drew since Drew slayed it.
Patrick Murphy: I gave them my whole toolbox of 20 years of experience—from balance to stabilization, strength to power training.