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10 Things You Must Grasp When Visiting or Living in Fitness World! An Epic 5,000 Word Post

10 Things You Must Grasp When Visiting or Living in Fitness World! An Epic 5,000 Word Post

Here is what you should know… The ten bullet points below can transform you from a newcomer into an expert, with strategies you may have never thought of before. Novices or advanced beginners will really benefit from this post, however the following applicable information is meant to serve even the most advanced trainees and coaches as well. I am defining “fitness world” as a place where people go for human and social interaction and/or to ... Read More »

A New “Cable Crunch” Exercise Variation

A New “Cable Crunch” Exercise Variation

Here is what you should know… This exercise isn’t easy and your abs will be screaming just looking at it. This exercise requires you to maintain a neutral spine position while fighting through some nasty forces trying to break you out of it. You must master other less challenging anti-extension core exercises with good technique before attempting or performing this. I teach you all about this later on in this post. What is this exercise? ... Read More »

If You’re a Trainer or Coach, Read This Now!

If You’re a Trainer or Coach, Read This Now!

Here’s what you should know… You should be giving the world to your clients, nourishing them like a mother and protecting them like a father. Go above and beyond their expectations every single day. Everyone can be helped, but there are definitely rare instances where you may need to step away from the podium. Your job as a coach is to learn about your clients before applying this information. Motivational speaker Jim Rohn deserves credit ... Read More »

If You Have a “Trainer/Coach” Or Are Thinking Of Getting One, Read This Now!

If You Have a “Trainer/Coach” Or Are Thinking Of Getting One, Read This Now!

Here is what you should know… 1. Finding a coach shows you are willing to learn, but don’t just work with anyone. 2. Don’t be afraid to burn the midnight oil. Qualify and “test drive” each trainer before you pick one. 3. There’s so much to say here, that I just touched on the main points to hopefully keep your attention. Dear anyone who has a trainer or is thinking of working with one, If ... Read More »

Three Simple Steps That Teach You How to Deadlift

Three Simple Steps That Teach You How to Deadlift

Here’s what you should know… Below are three simple steps that will teach you how to perform the conventional deadlift. I am leaving out a lot of a lot of sophisticated cues to keep this post clean and uncomplicated. Your conventional deadlift will most likely look and feel like a pro’s if you work your way “down” to it. It’s advantageous and imperative you learn to hip hinge before you start deadlifting. There are many ... Read More »

Four Critical Things Science, Doctor’s and Coaches Won’t Tell You

Four Critical Things Science, Doctor’s and Coaches Won’t Tell You

Although we have access to heaps of research, there is not a study for every little thing we may want to put into practice. If we only implemented already known science into everything we do, we would never come up with anything new. It would limit our creativity and therefore limit the possibility of great discovery. My point is that no matter what science says, things don’t always go as planned when applying it to ... Read More »

Is Gluten About to Go Extinct? Fear Not?

Is Gluten About to Go Extinct? Fear Not?

-We demonize then we empathize…over, and over, and over again. After watching a recent TED Talks video where Jon Mooallem explains “The Strange Story of the Teddy Bear”, I recognized a sentence he emitted during the speech that transfers over to what I believe happens in the health and fitness world repeatedly. I know this sounds elementary but he said, “We demonize then we empathize”. I modified and shifted this sentence into the world of ... Read More »

How to Assesmble a “Gym Bag” Better Than Your Trainer

How to Assesmble a “Gym Bag” Better Than Your Trainer

In this article you will learn… How to assemble a phenomenal gym bag. Why I recommend one. A list of items important for you to consider taking with you that you may not have thought of, or needed to be reminded about. No, you don’t have to carry anything to the place you are training at to feel safe or to have a successful workout. But if you want to be prepared for an emergency ... Read More »

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