Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a great weekend! Like every other Monday, here are a few thoughts bouncing around in my head after a week of reading, podcasts, cruising social media and any other continuing ed. Enjoy! In my opinion, any fitness plan that doesn’t include strength training is a flawed fitness plan. There … Continue reading Monday Musings
Happy Sunday! Just like every other Sunday, we have another group of podcasts and articles to read and listen to that I have dived into. Like every other week, there was a ton of content out there both in written form and through podcasts. Before we get to the weekly content, I wanted to remind … Continue reading Sunday Week in Review: 10/2
The Landmine Press is a pressing variation that I use personally, with all athletes I work with, and all the adults that I work with, for a lot of reasons.✅ allows the shoulder blade to rotate upwardly, typically resulting in pain free pressing✅ since you are in the ½ Kneeling position and not lying down … Continue reading Exercises You Should Be Doing: Landmine Press
People always ask me for health & fitness advice. Training programs. Nutrition advice. And everything else you can think of. And I always tell them the same basic things. Eat a well rounded and nutrient dense diet most of the time. Get in the gym and exercise 2-5x a week. Do some cardio. Drink a … Continue reading Is “Too Simple” Exactly What You Need?
Here is something to think about... As an estimate, a 150lb male that goes for a walk that results in around 10,000 steps, will burn around 250 calories. That's about half of a Big Mac! Thats it! Unfortunately we don’t burn nearly as many as we like to think we do or wished we would. … Continue reading Why Nutrition Is the Driver of Fat Loss
Happy Monday! And welcome back to me!! I hope everyone had a great weekend! Like every other Monday (hopefully, trying to get back on track here with the blog), here are a few thoughts bouncing around in my head after a week of reading, podcasts, cruising social media and any other continuing ed. Enjoy! Being … Continue reading Monday Musings
Happy Monday! I hope everyone had a great weekend! Like every other Monday, here are a few thoughts bouncing around in my head after a week of reading, podcasts, cruising social media and any other continuing ed. Enjoy! Obesity and metabolic disease have consistently been rising, largely due to access to easy calories and excess … Continue reading Monday Musings
Couple thoughts on this 💭 Get more sleep. This is something the vast majority of us could do a better job with, myself included. Have a healthy (non-obsessive) relationship with both exercise and food. This means you don’t have to kick your ass in the gym every day. This means that not every piece of … Continue reading What You Really Need…
💥The 1-Kettlebell Up/Down Ladder Circuit💥 Here we go...another fun and quick one! 📝 Training Notes 📝 ✔️ Perform the following movements, for time ⏰ ✔️ Reps: 3-6-9-9-6-3 ✔️Exercises/movements 👉1-Kettlebell Swing (right side) 👉1-Kettlebell Squat to Press (right side) 👉1-Kettlebell Swing (left side) 👉1-Kettlebell Squat to Press (left side) 👉Push Up ✔️ Execution Round 1 = … Continue reading 1-Kettlebell Up/Down Ladder
One of the biggest myths about trying to reach your fitness goals is that you need to make it into the gym close to every day and get a great training session in. And thats completely wrong. It’s actually a great way to burn yourself out, start dreading training sessions, and even potentially injure yourself. … Continue reading How Often Should You Train?