5 Exercise Swaps for Healthier Shoulders

Finding more effective exercises that build shoulder strength but also keep the shoulder, specifically the rotator cuff, healthy should become a much higher priority than seeing how much weight can be lifted.
Feb 20, 2017 / 5 Comments
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Building 3D Muscle Definition

3 dimensional strength training is the best way to develop muscle definition and keep you functionally fit to do what you enjoy doing. The key is finding a resistance training tool that allows you to train in multiple directions while using multiple speeds and force vectors. Learn how to build 3-D muscle strength, definition and stay functionally fit today.
Dec 27, 2016 / 6 Comments
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Supercharged Band Training Approach

Just in case you didn’t know, your muscles are dumb. They do not think. They simply react and adapt, but they adapt really well, especially when it comes to changes in exercise speed, direction or the type of resistance. Supercharged band training is one way to blow through plateaus by incorporating an ascending vs. constant resistance.
Dec 12, 2016 / 3 Comments

Ab Training that’s Fun and Works

Do you like to train your abs or are you like most people and put them off to the end of your workout?? Don’t put ab training off to the end. I have 3 ways to train your abs during your workout that will train them the way they were meant to be trained. Plus, it will be a lot more fun.
Oct 31, 2016 / 1 Comment

4 Unique Strength Building Techniques

Can resistance bands build strength?? The answer is YES. Here are 4 unique strength building techniques to consider bringing into your band strength training program to ramp up your strength gains.
Oct 24, 2016 / 3 Comments

Strength Training Tips for 40+ Healthy Shoulders

The shoulder is the number one joint that gets injured or experiences pain during our lifetime. Unfortunately many of those injuries are caused by poor exercises. Let me show you how to train for strong healthy shoulders.
Sep 19, 2016 / 8 Comments
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Band Training Over 40...5 Questions To Ask Yourself

Face it. You are not 30 anymore but that does not mean you can’t workout like you did back in the day. The key is you need to ask yourself these 5 questions and make sure you are making the correct adjustments in your exercise routine so you keep looking, feeling and moving great.
Sep 2, 2016 / 10 Comments
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3 Things You Need to Stay Consistent With Your Home Workouts

If you are not getting in your workouts, you are not working towards the best version of you. At age 53, I have learned there are 3 things you must have in place to stay consistent with your workouts and keep your body functioning at a high level so you can be the best version of you.
Aug 1, 2016 / Add Comment
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Training Athletically Shouldn’t Scare You

The key to getting more athletic comes down to following a 3-part training approach that when implemented guarantees anyone can get more athletic no matter their athletic history. Don’t be afraid to start training athletically…it’s fun and the best way to workout.
Jul 25, 2016 / 1 Comment

Training for the Perfect Push Up

Learn why the push up is the best chest exercise for those over 40, and how anyone can do a perfect push up to achieve optimal results using a simple resistance band technique.
Jun 27, 2016 / 5 Comments

Dormant Butt Syndrome - Part 2

In part 2, learn 2 unique ways to train your butt that guarantees better balance, better walking, better running and happier knees, ankles, hips and low back joints.
Jun 3, 2016 / 1 Comment

Dormant Butt Syndrome - Part 1

Training the butt muscles to eliminate Dormant Butt Syndrome requires doing more than just squatting. In part 1, learn how to prevent what 80% of adults struggle from and what ultimately leads to the breakdown of their joints.
Jun 3, 2016 / 2 Comments

Active Aging Fitness - #1 Secret to Success

The Active Aging population is the fastest growing population. Even though this group of individuals may be active, it does not mean they are feeling and moving great. Most of these individuals experience joint pain and suffer orthopedic-related injuries that stop them from exercising. After 30+ years of working with adults that want to exercise to stay active, I have discovered the #1 secret to accomplishing fitness longevity that very few adult fitness enthusiasts do. Learn more.
May 23, 2016 / 3 Comments

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