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Master the Basics, Do What You Already Know

One of the more common responses I get when coaching people on exercise and nutrition is “I already know this.” If we weren’t such sensitive creatures I would respond by saying “then f@$k&ng’ do it!”, but as we all know, “saying” and “doing” are in a constant battle with each other. They just don’t get…

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When and How to Train to Get Results

In short, I’ve created a Simple Training Program that answers the following questions: What type of workouts should I do? How often should I workout? What results can I expect? This program covers when and how I recommend you train based on the results you want to get. You can download it below. Now, I’ll…

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Your Feet and Ankles Could Be All That’s Wrong With You

Started from the bottom now we’re here. Drake is correct, it does start at the bottom, with the foot and ankles, and here you are now. You want to be in the best shape of your life, you’ve made fitness a priority and you’re committed to working hard. You recognize there’s room for improvement so…

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Tips for Better Sleep

This article offers some quick tips on how I learned to get better sleep. Sleep is a skill. I have struggled with sleep for most of my life. Because of my early rise time, I had to learn to get quality rest before my eyeballs dried up and I started snapping at everyone. It’s only…

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The Goblet Squat & Hip Hinge

I prepared these two videos to cover the most important movements anyone who exercises should know. They are the Squat and the Hip Hinge. If you’ve trained with me, you know these movements well (right?). The Squat and the Hip Hinge The Squat is a total body movement great for hip mobility, fat loss, strength,…

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Fitness Resolutions – Mistakes to Avoid

These are the mistakes I see most people make when they start to workout for the first time in a long time. Mistake #1 – Doing too much, too soon. Exercise needs to become a habit, don’t get burned out. Consistency beats intensity. Repeat this to yourself daily, consistency beats intensity. Remember, consistency beats intensity.…

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Kettlebell Buying Guide

This is a basic buying guide for kettlebell users of all levels. You could get very specific about choosing the kettlebell that is right for you, and unless you plan on competing, these recommendations will work for most people. Skip to recommendations Although the barbell is the centerpiece of my training, many workouts with my clients…

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Pregnancy Exercise Guidelines

I never expected to be training pregnant women, but when one of my favorite clients Maggie found out the good news, I knew I had to learn everything I could about the effects of working out during pregnancy. I didn’t realize how stressed I would be over training a pregnant woman, especially a client I…

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