Nutrition Part Two – Low Carb/Low Cal Diets

In my, “Intro to Nutrition” article, the importance of the right foods and the right ratio of protein, carbohydrate, and fat were highlighted. How...

M&F Workout Review and Recommendations

M&F Workout Review and Recommendations

First, Giant Sets - Popular method, affective hypertrophy stimulus, overall a good way to induce fatigue. If you enter the weight room and feel like a...

Intermediate strength cycle with a little extra…

Intermediate strength cycle with a little...

My technological ineptitude has come full circle. I couldn’t figure out how to post this with the same formatting so I used an image. Feel free to...

Beginner Program

Beginner Program

What makes this workout special? NOTHING – that’s why it is great. Simple, simple, simple – perfect for someone who is going to exercise...

Primer for exercise programing…

Primer for exercise programing…

I am going to begin this with a disclaimer because it is that important: This is not, by any means, a comprehensive lesson on exercise programing. It is...

NY Times and a terrible running technique article…

NY Times and a terrible running technique...

NY Times review of a Study on Running Technique. The research referenced above is about as useful as a Zumba class… . Consider this, a division 1...

You Can Do More

You Can Do More

Why is it that we see exercise as something to fill our free time? Why do we toy with the notion of working out as if we are deciding if we should buy...

It’s not that simple…

It’s not that simple…

Is anything simple? I guess McDonalds is simple. There is really no immediate suffering to endure from fast food. It’s fast. It’s food. It definitely...

What Personal Training Should Be

What Personal Training Should Be

Jack LaLanne – The Godfather of Fitness, or perhaps ,“a circus act” is more appropriate. Jillian Michaels – the Los Angeles Times said it best,...

Weight Training for Tennis Athletes

Weight Training for Tennis Athletes

Power – the rate of preforming work – must be developed in a stepwise process. If you have read my article on weight training for runners, you understand...