Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dealing with Weak Spots

I’ve suffered from chicken legs my entire life.  Even after years of focused work, progress has been slow and negligable to the eye.      Everyone suffers from a weak spot, so here’s my two cents on the matter.  Keep your program comprehensive, and … Continue reading

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Timing Carbohydrates – For Full Muscles

There’s a great deal of misunderstanding about carbs, so here’s a bit of clarification.  First off, we desperately need carbs, especially athletes.  NEVER avoid veggies and fruits because of carb fear!  Now here’s how to volumize your muscles with carbs:   … Continue reading

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Dealing with Knee Pain

Many people suffer from knee pain, but few know or believe that knees can be strengthened and fully rehabilitated – despite all the BS arguments about age and deteriorating joints.  After several years of jumping rope at the fight gym, I was in constant pain.  Every … Continue reading

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Important Notes on Juicing and Blending

Juicing and blending vegetables will radically alter anyone’s life for the better, but there are a few pointers one should know:  First off, I prefer blending over juicing.  Blending is faster, easier to clean up, requires less produce and affords the fiber.  … Continue reading

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A Lower Body Workout – Aimed at Women

This is a lower body, body weight only – round robin routine – that can be performed at home.  Try this Monday-Wednesday-Friday for a month.  After that, put an entirely different workout together.  Body Squats:  With the legs 18 inches apart, slowly lower yourself … Continue reading

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Cramp Warning – NO-Explode

I apologize for not posting this information earlier – because I’ve known for years that NO-Explode causes cramping.  NO-Explode is a pre-workout powder manufactured by BSN.  I’ve taken pre-workout powders daily for the past 5 years, taken every brand, and … Continue reading

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Defining American Greatness – For Three Centuries!

I have a friend named Julie Cattell who grew up in Collingswood, NJ – where her family has lived since before the Revolutionary War.  During the war, Jonas Cattell, Julie’s G7-grandfather escaped from a British jail, ran 10 miles through the night and … Continue reading

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You Are Not Too Old!

No one is too old or too broken down to resurrect their health and looks!  Dena studied dance in college and has been a 2 time Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader, but she completely neglected her health for the next 10 years.  … Continue reading

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How Big – is Too Big?

There is a point of diminishing return with muscle mass and performance.  Being bigger doesn’t mean being better.  When I was in college, I wanted to be huge.  But the bigger I got, the slower I got, and my athleticism … Continue reading

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Jack LaLanne’s Super Human Secret

Jack LaLanne was the greatest athlete of our century – and he was an outspoken proponent of juicing – although most of the world still stands defiantly deaf to his message.  At age 54, Jack beat Arnold Schwarzenegger – then … Continue reading

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