Leg Training

Leg Training for Success and Longevity

As we age our body’s muscle lining gets tighter. It will require consistent, not necessarily aggressive, leg training to keep this layer of soft tissue pliable. Learn how with Dave.
Oct 25, 2017 / Add Comment
Back training

Back Training for Success and Longevity

Developing a strong mid back is going to be the key to avoiding a lot of nagging issues with your shoulder, neck and low back. The good news is by applying RBT into your workouts, you will be training your back, abs and glutes all at one time with every exercise.
Sep 18, 2017 / Add Comment

Chest Training for Success and Longevity

The chest is one of those muscle groups that when trained wrong can lead to long term shoulder rotator cuff or cartilage issues. Resisted push up variations are obviously the best way to train absolute chest strength using resistance bands.
Sep 18, 2017 / 5 Comments
travel gym

Your Complete Travel Gym Solution

Traveling for business or pleasure can make it difficult to get in your workout. Here are some things you need to change and include in your workout routine to make working out on the road easier.
Jul 24, 2017 / 2 Comments
RBT-XFit Challenge Workouts

12 RBT-CrossFit Challenge Workouts

I recently created my own RBT-XFit Challenge Workouts using the XFit program combined with RBT exercises that I know are doable, safe and can be done anywhere by anybody.
Jul 17, 2017 / 3 Comments
workout secrets

The Band Man’s 10 Secrets to Sustaining a "Game Day" Body

In this article I want to share with you the 10 Workout Secrets I have discovered over the past 19 years, training myself, my athletes and my adult fitness clients, that have allowed me to sustain what I call a “Game Day” body. I will also share with you how I incorporate these secrets into my weekly workout routine.
May 15, 2017 / 5 Comments

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 / 4 Comments
 

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