Monthly Archives: April 2016

The 12 Round Format: For a Perfectly Comprehensive Workout…at Home

Although I haven’t hit the fight gym in several months, I still adhere to a 12 round, (3 minute on/1 minute off) routine for my workouts. This way, in exactly 48 minutes, I get plenty of stamina and strength work, … Continue reading

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If You’re not Humble – You will be Soon

Important words to remember: If you’re not humble you will be soon.  Reflecting over my life, I laugh aloud at the truth in these words.  Nobody succeeds at everything forever.  We’ve all seen rich people take bankruptcy, pinnacle athletes disgraced, … Continue reading

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Working-out FIRST Thing in the Morning

Fact: Most folks who stick with exercise for life, do so first thing in the morning, for a myriad of excellent reasons: First off, it gets done! Absolutely nothing in your day will interfere with, or eclipse your workout. Second, … Continue reading

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A Few Commonsense Fitness Truths

To stick with exercise, one must love it. Start with something you’ll stick with, like your favorite sport. You can build upon it later. Good pain should always be welcomed, meaning progress, or as they say in the Navy, pain … Continue reading

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11 Pointers for Carving the Biceps

  Every dude wants chiseled guns, as do most chicks, so here are a few reminders: Forced Reps: Going past failure is critical to spawning muscle growth. Have your partner assist you with an additional 5-10 reps per set…past failure. … Continue reading

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