August 16, 2019

Ooooh this topic is a great one to discuss. With the fitness world at an all time high and so many methods of working out to choose from and weed through, this topic needs to be discussed. Often clients or friends will ask, "How can I 'tone' my core and have my abs pop?" The most common answer from an innocent bystander tends to be crunches and lots of them. BUT, this is NOT the answer and does much more harm than good when it...

July 2, 2017

When designing a program for a beginner or an advanced lifter, I keep 6 base movements in all programs. These 6 movements are the foundation for building strength. They are able to be progressed upon. They get results. They help protect you against injury. Starting your Weight Lifting Program, I would encourage starting with lighter weights to help build up stabilizer muscles and prevent injury. After a solid 4-6 weeks of base...

June 24, 2017

Outside of nutrition, if their is one thing that I would advocate each individual to do to better their health, improve their moods/mindset, improve their body composition it is to Strength Train!

5 Reasons YOU should Strength Train!

1. Strength Training builds Lean Mass (muscle) and Lean Mass burns more calories at rest than fat does for you. When you build Lean Mass, the additional muscle requires additional energy (calories)....

June 3, 2017

I have my partner Diesel with me and we have a quick WORQout for you! Our focus for you is to get that heart rate up and hit a lot of muscle groups in a short amount of time!

Set a timer for 10 minutes and do as many sets of these 6 exercises as you can. You could do this anywhere with body weight or throw in some weights at the gym!

1️⃣10 Squats

2️⃣10 Lunges/Leg

3️⃣10 Push-ups from the ground (you could do knees too)

4️⃣10 Arm Hau...

June 1, 2017

Barbell Complex Training is a great style of training for those in a time pinch or those wanting to challenge lungs and strength at once!

What is a complex? A series of exercises performed all together with a single barbell. All the reps are finished for one lift before moving onto the next and the barbell never touches the ground before the complex is done. 

Give this complex a shot:

1) Front Squats: Focus on keeping your elbows...

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