Plan the Work, Work the Plan

A funny thing will occur in gyms all across the country in the early part of 2018.  It is something that happened in the early part of nearly every year since the modern health club [...]

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Why You Don’t Eat the Apple?

We’ve all heard the saying a million times “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” And we know with some degree of medical certainty that eating an apple every day does not, in fact, [...]

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Your Body’s Physical 401K Account

As the baby-boomer generation continues to age, the mechanics of an effective retirement strategy are becoming an increasingly pressing financial issue for most.  Whatever specific strategy one chooses, one universal concept at the foundation of [...]

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Functional Training – The Squat

If you have ever sat down and stood up out of a chair, then you have performed a Squat.  If the movement is difficult for you, then you should probably start doing it a lot [...]

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Functional Training – The Deadlift

The ability to pick up a heavy object that is lying on the floor is a necessary component of being a functional, physically fit adult.  The inability to pick up heavy objects from the floor [...]

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Are You Doing Everything You Can???

As a personal trainer and strength coach I hear from a lot of people on a fairly regular basis about all of the results they want from a training.  People may want to lose 50 [...]

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The Barbell Prescription: Strength Training for Life After 40 directly addresses the most pervasive problem faced by aging humans: the loss of physical strength and all its associated problems – the loss of muscle mass, bone mineral loss and osteoporosis, hip fractures (a terminal event for many older people), loss of balance and coordination, diabetes, heart disease related to a sedentary lifestyle, and the loss of independence.

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