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The Pull Up Progression

Published on April 11, 2014 by in Fitness

“The Pull Up Progression”   One of the questions I often get asked is how to do/modify/accomplish the pull up exercise. When I first started P90X several years ago, pull ups were a struggle for me. I couldn’t do one, well, maybe one really ugly one if I flailed my body around doing a fish-out-of-water

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My Fitness Can Beat Up Your Fitness

I think it’s comical when I am browsing the Internet – and this includes Facebook, blogs, and online magazine articles – and I find all of these opinions on how certain types of fitness concepts are wrong while another type of fitness reigns supreme. Do this, don’t do that. My fitness can beat up your

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I have not always been fit

Though I am now a personal trainer, eat well, and have a low body fat percentage  – I was not always walking like I walk today. In January of 2010 I was walking around at close to 215 pounds. I wasn’t overweight, but it turns out, being 5’ 8” tall, I was just about 6

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Is Weight Gain Normal with Exercise?

Published on December 7, 2012 by in Fitness

One question that I get asked often is: Is it normal to gain weight while doing P90X, Insanity, Turbo Fire, or (insert workout program here)? Weight loss is never a perfect journey and you may see some ups and downs along the way. Often what we expect is not what happens – that’s not to

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Intermittent Fasting Trial: Week 1 (the pre-fast)

Published on December 4, 2012 by in Healthy Eating

I’m biting. The bait and hook that is “intermittent fasting” has been put in front of me and I’m officially reeled in (sort of). I am going to start a new diet that consists of fasting, and eating whole foods – eating whole foods is nothing new, the daily fasting regimen is. I have done

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10 Songs You Need on Your iPod for Your Workouts

Published on April 17, 2012 by in Just for fun

Music can serve as a motivator to get you going with your workouts. People often say that certain types of music “pump them up”. A lot of workout videos give you the option of silencing the provided music on the DVD so you can choose the music that you want to play while you’re gettin’ your sweat on.

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