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Instructional Workout Routines

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Dynamic Stretching Routine

Happy Monday everyone!!! Here is a dynamic stretching routine you can implement before your functional training workouts. Although dynamic stretching is sub-optimal for functionality in isolation, it is quite effective if it is used in integration with other types of stretching. If we use Myofascial Release to assist us

By |March 24th, 2013|Stretching|2 Comments

Is Soy an Alternative to Meat?

Is soy an alternative to meat? There’s a lot of controversy about soy out there. It seems to be everywhere; in food, protein drinks, sauces, etc. From everything I’ve learned and read about soy, I recommend all my clients to eliminate soy out of their diets, unless it’s fermented

By |March 7th, 2013|Nutrition|0 Comments

Am I Breaking Down my Protein?

Are you digesting protein? So many people are eating protein, but are they able to digest it? With all we have done to ourselves by consuming antibiotics, eating the wrong foods, medications and stress, it’s no wonder we aren’t able to breakdown and digest protein. Some of the most

By |February 28th, 2013|Nutrition|0 Comments

Partner Core Workouts- 4 Medicine Ball Core Exercises

Happy Monday everyone! For this weeks video exercise tutorial, I decided to put together a Partner Medicine Ball Core Workout. Medicine Balls are one of the best tools for developing functional core strength in dynamic environments. Since life itself is a plethora of ballistic movements, Medicine Ball workouts tie

By |February 24th, 2013|education, Medicine Ball Workout Videos, MMA Training|0 Comments

Why Can’t I Poop?

Why can’t I poop? Constipation is defined medically as fewer than three stools per week and severe constipation as less than one stool per week. The most common pattern is one bowel movement a day, but this pattern is seen in less than 50% of people. Moreover, most people

By |February 19th, 2013|education, Nutrition|0 Comments

Post Workout Nutrition

Pre and Post workout meals are very important to reaching a weight-loss or weight-gain goal. When I first started working out, my goal was to gain weight. My post workout meal would consist of a five egg omelet with squash, broccoli and red peppers. Because my goal was weight-gain

By |February 7th, 2013|Nutrition|0 Comments

Core Workout Routine with the ARAZI pt. 2 | VIDEO

Good morning! Here is my part two instructional video showing you how to use an ARAZI cable machine attachment in your core workout routines. This is a great tool for developing pushing strength and transverse core strength simultaneously. Last week I put up a post issuing a GIVEAWAY of

How much protein is enough?

The first question you must answer is “what’s your goal”? Another question you may ask yourself, “Am I able to break down and absorb protein?” These are very important questions you must ask yourself for a true answer on how much protein is enough. I remember back in the

By |January 15th, 2013|Nutrition|0 Comments