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The WIYLDOI Challenge

The WIYLDOI Challenge

THE “WIYLDOI” CHALLENGE Here’s some information about my perspective on what to consider before giving or taking fitness advice on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram, or even in general. I’m going to title this the “what if your life depended on it” (WIYLDOI) challenge.   What do I mean by this? Before you give or take fitness advice, I invite or challenge you to ask yourself, “Would I act or respond this way ... Read More »

Look, Feel, & Perform Better Doing Planks, Push-ups, & Ab Wheel Rollouts

Look, Feel, & Perform Better Doing Planks, Push-ups, & Ab Wheel Rollouts

Here’s one way I help clients look, feel, and perform better during plank, push-up, and ab rollout/fallout exercises. Note: The following information applies to all anti-extension core movements. Intro: Some people, sometimes, no matter what cues you give them (internal, external, kinesthetic, etc.) just can’t understand, perform, or feel the positions/things you want them too. By following the three bullet points below, you may help yourself (or others) struggling to execute good plank positions, do ... Read More »

Hanging Weights

Hanging Weights

By wrapping a band around a weight and performing exercises (shown in video above), as opposed to holding the weight itself, you construct a resistance training environment that can serve as a great tool for just about anyone. Here’s why… If you choose to implement this, you’ll experience unforeseeable and uncertain movements, shifts, and alterations while performing exercises. Therefore, this technique heightens mental awareness, causes you to naturally contract just about every muscle on your ... Read More »

7 Important Evidence Based Reasons You Should Resistance Train If You’re Over 30

7 Important Evidence Based Reasons You Should Resistance Train If You’re Over 30

INTRODUCTION Although aging is inevitable, a sedentary lifestyle can accelerate it’s progression by decreasing physical fitness and the incidence of chronic diseases. (Ciolac E.G. 2013) Over the next two decades, 77 million baby boomers in the United States will reach retirement age, and by 2030, one in five Americans will be 65 or older. (Papa E.V., Dong X., 2017) Compelling evidence suggests that resistance training can improve quality of life, prevent or control the development ... Read More »

What & How

What & How

When it comes to performing exercises/movements to achieve a particular goal… WHAT you do is important. It’s a critical factor that determines whether you receive awesome or poor results. But, if HOW you execute something isn’t of the quality needed to meet your specific outcome, you’re probably wasting your time. For instance, imagine you strongly desire to increase the size of your glutes. If you’re a female, you want to fill out your back pockets ... Read More »

Three Step Mental & Physical Exercise You Can Use Right Now

Three Step Mental & Physical Exercise You Can Use Right Now

I find that when you limit your thinking to one particular concept, creativity can explode when you try to expand WITHIN it. What do I mean? STEP 1. PICK A SPECIFIC CONCEPT: For example, I’ll choose a standard fitness movement. The barbell bench press with a straight bar. STEP 2. EXPLORE IDEAS WITHIN THIS ACTION POINT ONLY: Where does your mind take you? For me this is where I traveled. Understand you personally could have ... Read More »

Real Adult Female Training & Nutrition Clients

Real Adult Female Training & Nutrition Clients

For most people, it’s not age that’s holding you back from improving your body composition or increasing your performance. Shown are some of my adult women training and nutrition clients repeatedly getting stronger, more mobile/resilient, and leaner over time. Find out the evidence and experienced based reasons why each woman is performing what they are below. VIDEO CLIP ONE: Carol performing a landmine press. Unfortunately, if you can’t raise your arms overhead without compensating somewhere ... Read More »

An Amazing Rear Leg Elevated Split Squat Variation

An Amazing Rear Leg Elevated Split Squat Variation

I’ve been both using, and having clients implement split squats with their back leg elevated on a band (instead of a bench, stand, or pad) for just over a month now. It’s an amazing split squat variation that causes your front leg to do a lot more work with less external loading. It also seems to help many people progress into the airborne lunge/skater squat with less difficulty. I first saw this idea shown by ... Read More »

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