We Need to Talk About Your Workouts. It’s a Game Changer!

I’ve spent over 30 years in the gym. I’ve seen a lot and I’ve experienced even more. There is one thing that can impact your workouts more than anything – volume.  Amount of weight times number of repetitions equals workload volume. Though total workout volume should be defined by your goals, you also need to…

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9 How To Make Mind Muscle Connection To Become An Equalizer Fitness Hero

You can have the ability to feel your muscles move properly and train mind muscle memory. The M3 Muscle Equalizer fitness protocol gets you to test and strengthen to boost your lean muscle mass. What can a fitness coach do for your accountability? Listen to Greg Rando, Bobby Stein, and Miles Beccia to evaluate and…

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Your Greatest Potential is Ahead of You – Make this New Year Your Best Year Yet!

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Did you know the best is still to come? At least that’s where your greatest potential lies. Ahead of you. Not behind you. Have you bought into the lie? The one that says our best days were behind us? That you can’t be better? That the you that existed 10 or 20 years ago is…

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How Exercise Impacts the Mental Health of Baby Boomers

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Mental health is typically a subject that is avoided. Especially if you are part of the Baby Boomer generation, your mental health, or anyone else’s for that matter, was never something that should be discussed. Whether it’s discussion about depression, anxiety, or even a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s – you didn’t talk about…

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HIIT Training: The Best Way to Boost Oxygen Consumption During Exercise

Interval training and the importance of oxygen consumption during exercise are becoming more mainstream every day. In 2019, there will be more and more information and technology available to help the general population utilize this type of training and measure their overall oxygen consumption and increase fitness levels. It was once believed that VO2 Max…

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Lean Muscle and Your Metabolism: Want to Lose More? Burn More!

You already know caloric burn is important when trying to lose or regulate weight. You know that burning calories while working out is imperative when wanting to improve health. Many think they need to just burn more calories than they take in, but there’s so much more to it! Did you know that lean muscle…

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The process that will change the way you stay fit forever!

Processes or habits are important. Though some may lead to working on auto-pilot, many habits and processes can produce more effective and efficient results. The gym is one of these places. Do you have a process in place for your workouts and the time you spend in the gym? A routine or habit that may…

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Live Fitness Challenge Kickoff Intro

Each day can have it’s challenges and this means you have to stay determined to be challenged. You Can Take The Brakes Off Your Fitness Success Mind Power Is In Your Fitness DNA When you arrive within your mind at a place to start and a destination to finish you Fitness DNA at Apex level…

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3 Phase Fitness Challenge Is Roadmap To Strong Mind And Muscle

Where do you learn to produce better results? I want to guide you onto the path that is the right path, you know the one that is secret because everyone is following the easy path that leads to poor longer term results. Watch on YouTube here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLbCi3YHPN8 Surround Yourself with Environment of Success A tough…

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A Guided Fitness Challenge is the Best Kind of Fitness Challenge

Fitness challenges work because they provide motivation. They also provide a sense of community and accountability for those involved. Fitness challenges provide a launching point to success, and they help get you started on your path to obtaining your fitness goals. Fitness challenges are typically for individuals who are looking to make a change, but…

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