Let Me Do the Thinking For You!

Let me do the thinking for you!   I am transitioning back into full time training. We are looking to open a gym in the Goose Creek/Summerville area but we are starting with some community workouts in the Brickhope community in Goose Creek. Nutrition and […]

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The Best Breakfast

Try eating meat and nuts for breakfast. It is an unconventional approach with some very promising results.  Many studies have shown that a high protein breakfast results in better satiation between meals, an increase in weight loss, an increase in muscle mass, more energy, and […]

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Lower your Cholesterol Naturally!

What if you could eat your way to better cholesterol? What if some of those foods where things that you actually enjoyed…like chocolate? Well, as it turns out, at least to some extent, you can. Here are the 10 best foods to improve your cholesterol. […]

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Minerals for hormone production

Are you getting all of the right minerals? Zinc and magnesium are two very important minerals for hormone production. As it turns out, most of those foods that we consider aphrodisiacs are actually high in one or both of these minerals. Oysters for example, are […]

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Are you taking OTC supplements?

Beware of your average over the counter sports supplement. Most are very sketchy. For instance, your average protein powder has less than half of the stated protein content. The rest of the powder comes from a variety of fillers used (intentionally) to offset the deficit. […]

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Pairing Exercises for Better Gains

Try pairing opposite exercise for better strength gains. For example, pair bench press with chin-ups with 1-2 minutes between each set. Pairing opposing muscle groups does 3 important things: -It allows more rest between the sets of each individual exercise, which allows for more recovery […]

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Are you working on your Gip Strength to Avoid Plateaus?

Have you plateaued in strength or muscle gains? Have you been working on your grip strength? If not, then that may be a simple solution to your problem. Think about this, 500 years ago, instead of lifting weights, you would have been throwing bags of […]

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Speed Traiing for Recovery

Add some speed to your workout. Typically I recommend this in the form of interval training, which is high fatigue. However, most exercise leaves you feeling energetically slow and stiff. The primary reason for this is that the fatigue level is high. For an invigorating […]

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Lean down with weight training

Do you hate cardio but love to lift? Good news! There are quite few effective methods for getting cardio effect from your lifting, that will also compliment your lifting. One of my favorites is pairing speed training with a heavier “same muscle group” lift. For […]

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What’s the deal with those funny looking shoes with the individual toes?

Last week I did a post on the benefits of doing sand training.  There is a new shoe called Vibram Fivefingers (actually they have been around for a few years now but they are just beginning to build some steam).  This shoe is designed to […]

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