Awesome New Workout – KaiaFit!

By / May 3, 2017 / Workouts

In this workout specifically tailored for women, you participate in different types of circuit training each time you work out. The moves in the circuit can range from low impact to high impact so that all ages and levels of fitness can participate with ease. The moves involve light running, weights, body-weight exercises like sit-ups… [read more]

Former NFL QB Troy Aikman Has A Workout That Is No Pain In The Back!

By / November 23, 2016 / Workouts

Former Dallas Cowboys great and Super Bowl champion Troy Aikman had his career cut short due to his constant struggle with chronic back pain. The struggle continued even after he retired from football and he knew it was time to devise a way to put an end to that struggle. So, he came up with… [read more]

Four Day Powerlifting Workout Program

By / January 14, 2016 / Uncategorized

Just wrote this. Its a base powerlifting workout routine. After a few months, adjust the assistance work to target whatever helps you. For example, switch out paused squats for good mornings. Nothing fancy, just try to add weight each week when you hit the desired rep range. The majority of people can use something like this… [read more]

The Box Squat: Adding A Tool To The Toolbox

By / December 8, 2015 / Uncategorized

Today, I want to talk about the squat and more specifically I want to talk about the box squat. I want to give you a few tutorial videos, tips and tricks to perfect your squat, and to add some serious poundage to your stand-up ability (squat). Because, really, the ability to perform a squat with… [read more]

How To Trim The Fat Off Of Your Warm Up Routine

By / November 10, 2015 / Uncategorized

Do you warm up before your training sessions? By now, the answer is probably yes since the industry has force-fed you the idea of the dynamic warm up being the most pivotal aspect of fitness. But the better question is, how is your warm up helping you move closer to your goals, and is it… [read more]

  • Awesome New Workout – KaiaFit!

    By / May 3, 2017 / Workouts

    In this workout specifically tailored for women, you participate in different types of circuit training each time you work out. The moves in the circuit can range from low impact to high impact so that all ages and levels of fitness can participate with ease. The moves involve light running, weights, body-weight exercises like sit-ups… [read more]

  • Former NFL QB Troy Aikman Has A Workout That Is No Pain In The Back!

    By / November 23, 2016 / Workouts

    Former Dallas Cowboys great and Super Bowl champion Troy Aikman had his career cut short due to his constant struggle with chronic back pain. The struggle continued even after he retired from football and he knew it was time to devise a way to put an end to that struggle. So, he came up with… [read more]

  • Four Day Powerlifting Workout Program

    By / January 14, 2016 / Uncategorized

    Just wrote this. Its a base powerlifting workout routine. After a few months, adjust the assistance work to target whatever helps you. For example, switch out paused squats for good mornings. Nothing fancy, just try to add weight each week when you hit the desired rep range. The majority of people can use something like this… [read more]

  • The Box Squat: Adding A Tool To The Toolbox

    By / December 8, 2015 / Uncategorized

    Today, I want to talk about the squat and more specifically I want to talk about the box squat. I want to give you a few tutorial videos, tips and tricks to perfect your squat, and to add some serious poundage to your stand-up ability (squat). Because, really, the ability to perform a squat with… [read more]

  • How To Trim The Fat Off Of Your Warm Up Routine

    By / November 10, 2015 / Uncategorized

    Do you warm up before your training sessions? By now, the answer is probably yes since the industry has force-fed you the idea of the dynamic warm up being the most pivotal aspect of fitness. But the better question is, how is your warm up helping you move closer to your goals, and is it… [read more]

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