Reaching your true potential and getting the most out of your investment of time and energy in the gym starts with: learning and perfecting the rep, imploring progressive overload, understanding specificity and aligning your actions with your specific goals. Once you’ve laid that solid foundation and understand the key principles we discussed in part one … Continue reading THE PUZZLE PIECES OF PROPER EXERCISE PROGRAMMING (Part 2)
Neo: “I know Kung Fu.” Morpheus: “Show me.” Imagine you walk into the gym for the first time and get plugged into a crazy machine that uploads everything there is to know about exercise science and training, you apply it and transform your body, health and life! Picture perfect form paired with intense effort and … Continue reading THE PUZZLE PIECES OF PROPER EXERCISE PROGRAMMING
THERE IS A RESISTANCE. Every day it weighs upon you. It is pulling you down right now. It is inescapable, overbearing and favors no one. Man, woman, child and elder; it holds everyone captive. From the cradle to the grave its effects are omnipresent. There is a way to resist, to fight it, to endure … Continue reading DEFYING GRAVITY
LIMITING FACTORS A limiting factor is any obstacle that stands in between you and your goals. Have you ever seen a dog fiercely run after a squirrel but is quickly pulled back and choked? It doesn't know what's holding it back as it relentlessly persists on trying the chase. So what's holding it back? It's … Continue reading LIMITING FACTORS: What’s Holding You Back?
Back to the first question I asked in, “Good Nutrition: Why it Matters?” “What is good nutrition?” What was your definition? Is it complete, feel like it is lacking or maybe completely misguided. With so much information, misinformation, fad diets and human variability it’s easy to get lost. We’ve all been exposed to outrageous, oversimplify, … Continue reading GOOD NUTRITION: What is it?
A broken down life weighed heavy on the shoulders of this boy, now a man. The pain dragged him down along with the negative voices inside. Living in addiction and believing the lies, it was a weight he was tired of carrying. The burden was too great to carry on this way. He spent so much … Continue reading Genesis of Iron
Happy New Year! Best wishes to you, your family and your friends! And though I’ve written with exclamation marks, I don’t necessarily mean the ball dropping, fireworks exploding, everyone screaming, kissing your lover on the lips “Happy New Years!” (don’t get me wrong, I do wish you that one and I hope your Eve was … Continue reading THE POWER OF LESS: New Year’s Resolutions