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Monday, Jun 24, 2015
My biggest weakness is lack of flexibility. I just can’t get myself to take the time to stretch. In fact, I hate stretching. About 3 months ago, Dan Go contacted me about a way to increase flexibility, improve posture, and increase exercise performance....
Wednesday, May 30, 2015
If you’ve been involved in fitness for any length of time — as a coach, athlete, or general enthusiast — you’ve probably noticed two themes: 1. The relatively high percentage of d*cks within our industry that bash any approach that is not their own. 2. The seemingly never-ending debate about low-carb, higher fat vs. high carb, lower fat diets.
Monday, May 18, 2015
I introduced the idea that leptin resistance is a key reason why people seem to have a problem with their metabolism. Increasing leptin is easy and can be accomplished in the short term with things like cheat days. Unfortunately it takes quite a bit longer to fix the problem of leptin resistance.
Friday, May 12, 2015
I don’t put up too many guest posts on my site, but JC wrote one exclusively for my blog that I couldn’t pass on. I was chatting with him about getting stubborn body parts to grow…and that I haven’t discussed this much on my blog. I know this is one of his specialties, so asked him if he would be up for a guest post.
Monday, May 02, 2015
I don’t have a label for the type of diet I like to follow. I eat Paleo meals occasionally, use Intermittent Fasting about once per week, eat Gluten Free at times, etc. If I had to come up for a term for it, I’d call it “Hybrid Dieting”. It is a loose way of eating, where I take principles from several solid diets…when it makes sense. I’ll outline some solid principles in this post for those who want to lose weight without necessarily following a rigid diet year-round.
Tuesday, April 24, 2015
I want to explain my stance on limiting the use of squats and deadlifts. I don’t believe they are terrible exercises. I think they have a place in the routines for some people, depending upon their goals. Do I believe that either of these should be labeled the “king of exercise” that so many people claim them to be? Not by a mile.
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When I was first training back in the late 80’s I assumed that to build bigger muscles I would have to constantly lift heavier and heavier weights. To a certain extent that is true, but there are ways to make a lighter weight “work” your muscles much harder than normal.
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BetterBody opens it's grand new gym and premises this month right in the heart of Phibsborough, offering it's clientele the most modern, technically advanced physical workouts anywhere in the country... read article
BetterBody started small just over four years ago and in that time it has built up a loyal, dedicated client base that aren't afraid to sing it's prasies...... more
This month witnessed the opening of new wave of personal fitness and technologically advanced training. Here in the heart of Dublin 7 BetterBody has opened it's doors to the public...... more