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I’ve been in the Lab and now it’s time!!

I know its been a while since my last post. But it's time to get everyone back into the groove of achieving their goals. Over the past few years my mind has been pulled in many directions and my body also took a toll. So I refocused and set out ...

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I may have moved but not my knowledge hasn’t

Most of you know that Michelle and I have moved to southern Florida. Even though I'm not there to give you my help. I still want to pass on my Blog to you. Since taking on my position with Equinox as the Fitness Manager my involvement with education has increased. ...

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Basic Injury Prevention Concepts

For any individual who is physically active, there is a possibility of sustaining an injury. While some injuries, such as an ankle sprain or fracture, are difficult to prevent, many other injuries are preventable. By following a few simple guidelines, injuries such as muscle strains, tendonitis and overuse injuries can be reduced. Every workout must ...

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Muscle Cramps SUCK!!!

Anyone who has been training on a program for a few weeks (or months) is bound to experience the sensation of muscle cramping from time to time. These minor interruptions usually don't last longer than a minute or two, but regular cramping can disrupt your workouts and become an obstacle. ...

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Pre and Post workout nutrition

Not sure when and what you should be eating before a workout? If you're not fueling properly you won't see the results of your hard work. PRE WORKOUT GUIDELINES The amount of time before your workout will determine how much you eat. 3-4 Hours It's better to have a larger meal that will carry ...

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Top 5 green leafy vegetables needed in your diet!!

Top 5 green leafy vegetables needed in your diet!!A general rule of thumb when it comes to vegetables is that the darker the green color the more nutrients it contains. As anyone on a training program knows your diet contributes to at least 50% of your results so it's important ...

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When is the best time to workout

I've been asked over and over when the best time for working out is and normally I tell people to workout whenever it fits into their schedule. Lets look at the benefits of working out in the morning and how it can raise your performance, increase the fat loss, and ...

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Bathing Suit Season

The winter season is almost over and the hard work begins for the warmer weather. Mainly the hibernated weight that has come with the weather. Starting Back on Monday March 4th all classes will resume at the church on Rutledge. Let's shed that unwanted weight and get ready for the warmer ...

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TRAINING ON EMPTY

One of the biggest myths busted is the one says training on an empty stomach burns more fat or training on an empty stomach is a short cut to burning fat deposits. STOP! IT IS NOT! This very dangerous and misinformed practiced is based on a very simple assumption that ...

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New Year!!!! Let’s start working on those GOALS!!

2012 has been a great!!! Now it's time to focus on those unwanted LBS.... from the hoildays. My goal this year is to compete in at least 4 half marathons and 3 are already booked!!! So let's have those goals!! A few people don't like to post them on here ...

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