Monthly Archives: September 2012

Where’s your focus?

In this video I, once again, talk about how your focus and your actions must match in order for you to see optimal results from your exercise program. Focusing on your fat (problem) is a conflict of programming with exercise … Continue reading

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How do you measure ‘weight loss’ success?

As I’ve talked about in recent posts, it is hugely important to know where it is you are going in order for you to get anywhere—at least, get anywhere in a reasonable fashion and be able to maintain the results. … Continue reading

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You often get exactly what you expect from exercise

The other day I was working with one of my Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) clients and we got to talking about her exercise routine with the intention of making sure she was progressing her exercise within the tolerability of her … Continue reading

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How to create your own cardio interval program

In my last post I talked about the advantages of doing more interval-type of training when it comes to cardiovascular activity, as opposed to traditional “fat burning” cardio. Now I will help you understand the basic ranges for an interval … Continue reading

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