At this point, I don't have a video for you but just a little update on how things are going.On March 17th, I ran the Rock n' Roll Marathon in DC and it truly was my worst marathon ever.Why you ask? WHY, I say myself.Training with my 26.2 to Boston group went well, no injuries, no problems it was smooth sailing.
"All-OUT April!!" Is ON!!...I am going all out on my running this month~ prepping for my first 5k race in 10 years~ eeekk!!! What's your fitness goal for this month?Let me catch you up on the past 3 days:
Huddle up guys and gals, its Monday! Last week was a rough one, thats for sure! This week I pick up my head and move forward! I want to remind you how important it is to keep your head in the game EVERYDAY. Today has been given to us to live and dream and get better. I am getting ready to clear my head with a nice workout and recharge for more "gametime". Make sure you get time in for a WORKOUT, EAT SMART, REST and make it a mission to KEEP YOUR HEAD IN THE GAME. We all have a mission, KICK IT OFF TODAY!
It’s official, CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ now lives in Egypt. CrossCore® UK Master Trainer, Andy McKenzie, travelled to the Fibers Club in Cairo, Egypt at the end of March 2012 to certify a group of Fibers trainers. If you are in Cairo, get on over to the Fibers Club.
The quality of your life is driven by the quality of your standards. Low standards will generate low results and high standards will generate high results. Align yourself with your greatest purpose. Life will always meet your standards, so raise them high. Expect more of yourself and you will get it.
Sleep deprived? Check! Hungry as heck? Check! Physically and mentally on edge? Check! Leave it to the great state of Virginia to throw me one more curve ball--allergy season! This is definitely the worst season I have delt with! In fact, I haven't written a blog all week because I have been down and out all week! Just enough energy to do my job as a trainer, get a beating myself (and really, not a lot of energy for those beatings! Again, I give full credit to proper supplementation for what energy I do muster), and squeeze in c
I am always being asked by clients how much weight they should use during their strength training sessions. When I first start training with someone, I err on the side of caution and use lighter weights so they can master their form before I increase their weights. Here are four signs that will let you know you need to increase your weight...
Most health and fitness experts believe that calisthenics have a stronger longevity factor than muscles earned by using traditional weight and resistance training. Individuals who perform calisthenic exercises possess leaner, toner, and more attractive muscles than the puffed up muscular look one gets from doing heavy weight training. These movements utilize your own body weight, and put minimum stress on your joints (if done correctly).