I read an ESPN tribute article a few weeks back to Jaromir Jagr, the Methuselah of the NHL recently being out on waivers, likely ending his career at the age of 45 years young. The article was going through some of his amazing career highlights and statistics, and they had a lot of fun, fascinating… Continue reading 1,000 Squats Every Day (For 38 years)
Although a love of fitness and good health has mostly been attributed to my own ego, looking back, the truth is there was luck involved; to be surrounded by many people that planted a fitness seed. Of course there were people seen on television; professional athletes like Kirby Puckett, and martials artists like Jean Claude… Continue reading Plant a Fitness Seed in Someone
A few weeks ago I wrote a blog “Inexpensive Clean Eating Shopping Tips” where I talked about how when it comes to budget grocery shopping, the goal is to maximize your nutritional value for the minimum amount of money spent, and the best foods to purchase towards that pursuit, and which grocer’s seem to have the best… Continue reading 5 Best Exercises to Maximize Workout Time
If it tastes you longer to read the ingredients on food label, than it would take to actually consume the food, then put it back on the shelf.
“Starting an exercise regimen is like pushing a gigantic rock. Think of the rock as..”
I was working out at the gym in between training sessions a few years ago, and this really wiry older guy who often came in with cut off jean shorts and a red tank top was doing one of his unique workouts. The exercises within his workouts were different each time he came in, but… Continue reading It’s not the Space that defines You
I came across a GREAT book at Goodwill a few years back entitled “7 weeks to 100 Push Ups” and I highly recommend this book to anyone starting a workout regimen or looking to switch it up a little bit, even if you’re an experienced lifter. Since starting this program a few years ago, my push-up… Continue reading Starting a Push-Up Regimen