Who’s ready to get sweaty? Explosive is geared for all my fellahs out there looking to weight train and burn fat without doing 2 workouts. This class will help you get ripped as you burn out that spare tire. We are going to give you the body that you had in high school, or should’ve had in high school.
I love to tell people that my job is to maximize their whole health, with weight loss being one of the primary benefits. I know that sounds kind of cheesy, but I assure you, if you can follow some basic guidelines and do your research, then you will have success. For some it comes faster than it does for others, but either way you are doing more for your body than over half the population.
We do things raw, organic, and living, because our bodies are made for that–not the sterile, white, and lifeless food we have come to know. These raw, organic, whole foods are loaded with health benefits.
Exercise isn’t just for the young, exercise isn’t just for those trying to lose weight, and exercise certainly isn’t just for those who compete in athletics. Exercise is important for everyone as it provides synergistic benefits to the body.
A new obesity scale has been proposed to measure body fat called the Body Adiposity Index, or BAI. The BAI relies on height and hip measurements, and might give a more flexible counterpart to BMI (Body mass index) which is a ratio of height and weight.
BMI is calculated by dividing weight in kilograms by height in meters squared. There can be some inaccuracies though with BMI since men and women with the same BMI can have varying levels of extra fat. Initial testing shows that using BAI instead has more accurate results across gender and different racial groups.
Not sure what grassfed beef is? Jordan Rubin explains below:
“The American Grassfed Association defines grassfed products from ruminants including cattle, bison, goats, and sheep as ‘those food products from animals that have eaten nothing but their mother’s milk and fresh grass or grass-type hay from birth to harvest all their lives.’
In discussing De Lorme, who helped to develop a complete modern training program for clinical application, the Physiology Of Strength, says this about his review of empirical studies:
“De Lorme, in 1945, gave an excellent review of the results obtained in both clinical and athletic fields by these empirical methods, summarizing the principals established as follows:
1. Increase in muscle strength can be accomplished by a few repetitions against strong resistance.
We have some highlights for you today from “How To Exercise Without Moving A Muscle -Isometrics For Everyone” by Victor Obeck.
“The word isometric comes from the Greek iso, meaning ‘the same’, and metric, meaning ‘length’. Isometric contraction refers, therefore, to the tightening of a muscle without changing its length.”
In this video, John Peterson demonstrates how to correctly do hanging leg raises!
We all know that aging is inevitable and even a good thing. We don’t want to keep people from aging, but we definitely want to help people age well and avoid some of the physical problems associated with aging. Enter: exercise.
Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky, professor of pediatrics at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, was surprised to find that exercise kept a strain of mice from becoming gray prematurely. New research published showed that exercise reduced or removed almost every detrimental effect of aging in mice that had been genetically programmed to grow old at an accelerated pace.
Are you ready for our daily fitness challenge for the month of March?
It will only take you 5 minutes! So there is no excuse! Join in!
Week 1 (March 1-5)
4 sets of 30 second sphinx plank with 15 second breaks in between sets. Do it every single day.
Week 2 (March 6-12)
4 sets of 45 second sphinx plank with 15 second breaks in between sets. Do it every single day.
Week 3 (March 13-19)
4 sets of 60 second sphinx plank with 15 second breaks in between sets. Do it every single day.