Monday, July 30, 2012

My Ultimate Playlist

First, I want to share how deeply grateful and appreciative I am for everybody who gives me support and believes in my work. You all give me fuel. And together..we will accomplish wonders, and change the world.

Here is the playlist of the songs I listen to the most when I workout, maybe they'll do for you what they do for me :

Papa Roach - Enemy
Skillet - Awake and Alive Radio Mix
The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army (The Glitch Mob Remix)
Soil - Breaking Me Down
Evanescence - Haunted
Papa Roach - Last Resort
Evanescence - Bring Me To Life
Papa Roach - I Devise My Own Demise
Seether - Because Of Me
Two Steps From Hell - Moving Mountains
Lunatic Calm - Leave You Far Behind (Extended Mix)
AudioMachine - Brain Mismatch
Hi-Finesse - Destructo
Tool - Forty Six & 2
The Crystal Method - Double Down Under
N.E.R.D. - Rock Star (Jason Nevins Remix)
Renholder - Coward
Disturbed - Dropping Plates
Celldweller - Birthright (Beta 1.0)
Cop Shoot Cop - Migration
Marylin Manson - Personal Jesus
A Perfect Circle - The Outsider (Apocalypse Mix)
Two Steps From Hell - Velocitron
A Perfect Circle - Counting Bodies Like Sheep
The Prodigy - Invaders Must Die
Evanescence- New Way To Bleed (Photek Remix)
Sick Puppies - You're Going Down
The Glitch Mob - Fistful Of Silence
Rob Dougan - I'm Not Driving Anymore (Remix)

Plenty to choose from, enjoy.


Tuesday, July 24, 2012

When to Use the Split Routine

"A split routine should be invoked as soon as the trainee witnesses a slow-down in recordable progress with the more basic, whole body routines." -Doug McGuff, M.D. , John Little


Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The Best Resistance-Training Program?

It has been said the best would be one that is of high intenstiy, yet of low force. This allows for the beneficial effects of exercise to be obtained without the risk of injury. So once a week high intensity/low frequency resistance training? I'm doing it...and so are almost all of my clients. Results after 6 weeks time will be posted.


Friday, July 13, 2012

Cardio Through Strength Training

Cardiovascular health is consistently confused with aerobic conditioning, though in contrast, it equates to the ability of the heart, lungs, and bloodstream to supply whatever the muscles need during work of demanding nature. Cardiovascular system + high intensity strength training = tremendous stimulation/benefit.