Tag Archives: exercise

Staying with the program…Even when it is tough

Leaving room to grow and not killing yourself every workout is truly a great key to getting stronger. Strength is very different than conditioning. Conditioning can improve rather quickly and can disappear just as quickly . Continue reading

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So I have changed my Mind on a Few Things….Kind of

Aerobic capacity and building an aerobic base are critical for over all health, fitness, endurance, and recovery time. Also, just practicing HIIT is a great way to burn out your body as well. S Continue reading

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Obesity and Debunking too Broke to Eat Healthy Myth from Food Inc

f you watched the clip you could have a million thoughts running through your head about right now. Maybe that of sympathy for the family, disgust with our food system, or if you are like me, a voice that screamed “wake the F&*K up and change your life and stop being a victim.” W Continue reading

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Day 1 on the Visalus Challenge

No matter how much money someone will spend on personal training, a nutrition challenge it is crucial to keep the goal the goal. It is easy to add 3 tablespoons of peanut butter in the shake instead of 1. It is easy to say I will just have a few bites (big mouthfuls) of ice cream instead of watching on. Continue reading

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Taking on another Nutrition “Challenge”

A year has gone by since my last challenge. I took on the Velocity Diet last year for 28 pain staking days. For those of you that don’t recall it you can go back to my blog and see the … Continue reading

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To Foam Roll or Not to Foam Roll

The next question is why the hell are my muscles so tight ALL THE TIME in the first place? Well the nervous system really controls the musculoskeletal system, so if muscles are continually “on” and need to be continually relaxed and a foam roller, hot poker, or meat tenderizer isn’t working maybe it is time to look for the switch elsewhere. Continue reading

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Living in a Dying Body

I read an article by coach Mike Boyle that was titled Most People are Dead at 35. It is a quick but short read but it is riddled with a couple lines that just caught my attention. He quotes Paul … Continue reading

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Biggest Mistakes of Group Training Programs

There have been a few things I have noticed over the years of working in a training environment. I am truly guilty of making many of these mistakes in the past, that is what motivated me to write this blog. … Continue reading

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MovNat

MovNat will be in Tucson on January 28th. Sure we love kettlebells, barbells and pull-up bars, but getting back to our nature and human movement patterns is essential. I personally know Clifton Harsk, MovNat instructor and I am thrilled to … Continue reading

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Truly Inspired

Over the past decade I have assisted many  clients in achieving results and develop lifelong habits that have impacted their live’s tremendously. It truly is the reason that I became a trainer, and the fact that it provides a living … Continue reading

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