By age 40, a lot of people have let their health and fitness levels slip away. Of course as young adults, we are all busy with our careers, family, household duties, civic obligations, and leisure activities. And then, seemingly all … Continue reading
A lot of people, especially those with a lot of workout experience, choose to work out on their own and not hire a personal trainer. If you’re one of those people, you may have asked yourself: “do I really need … Continue reading
Previously in this series, we have discussed the first 2 ways to get the most from your training program, which were: 1. Show up for your appointment; and 2. Listen to your Coach. Now we will discuss the 3rd and … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! It’s InBody Challenge time! The InBody Challenge is back to spice things up a bit at Rock Solid and re-motivate you to gain some new muscle and lose some unwanted fat! There will be … Continue reading
Do you know what High Intensity Training (H.I.T.) is? ….. And please DON’T mistake it with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)!
High Intensity Training, also known as H.I.T., is a system of strength training that is characterized by brief and infrequent, … Continue reading
Did you get better today? Did you do something, anything, to improve yourself in some area of your life? I hope so.
When I worked as a Strength and Conditioning Assistant for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL, everyone was … Continue reading
Make sure you watch this video to the very end for a very happy ending :).
This is Part 2 of our Free Monthly H.I.T. Education Seminar for June. If you didn’t see Part 1, keep scrolling down.
This is Part 1 of our Free Monthly H.I.T. Education Seminar for June. Check back soon for Part 2.
Quick looks slick-but slow is the way to go
By Dave Durell
Walk into any gym in the world, observe the people performing strength training exercises, and you will quickly notice something about the technique used by 99% of them.
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On March 31st, 2003, a doctor told me I had prostate cancer. I was 44 years old.
That’s not good.
On June 4th, 2003, a different doctor performed surgery on me to remove the cancerous gland.
That is good.
Today, June 4th, 2012, … Continue reading