Archive for November, 2009

Build a strong core with the stability ball rollout

November 27, 2009

In this video, I’ll show you another great exercise that you can do with a stability ball to develop your core. This is another challenging exercise that will stress your abdominals, low back, shoulders, and chest.  Be sure to brace your abs with this one, as with all core exercises, and only go out as […]

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What’s wrong with your exercise program and how to fix it!

November 25, 2009

Every day I see people come the the fitness center and exercise with great intentions but they’re not seeing results.  Day after day they work out, many of them dreading every moment because they’re frustrated at the lack of success. Results can happen.  They just need to know how to do it and I can […]

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Project America Run – Remembering their sacrifice

November 20, 2009

My friend Mike Ehredt is first and foremost and all-around great guy, and second a world class athlete.  He’s pretty humble and would never tell you that, but he’s accomplished some pretty impressive athletic endevours in remote places all around the world, including the Marathon des Sable. In May 2010 he’ll be undertaking his biggest […]

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Develop Core Rotational Strength with the Stability Ball Oblique Crunch

November 12, 2009

The stability ball is a pretty versatile piece of equipment.  If you’ve been watching my videos, you’ll see that I use it for quite a few exercises.  The body moves in three planes of motion.  First is the sagittal plane, which involves forward and backward movement.  For example, walking on a treadmill is a sagittal […]

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The Iceman Cometh, and the memories live on

November 5, 2009

This is my favorite time of year.  It has nothing to do with the change of seasons.  Nothing to do with pumpkins, Halloween goblins, and all that.  The Iceman is coming! “What’s the Iceman”, you ask? Iceman is a 27-mile point to point mountain bike race that I’ve done nearly every year for the past […]

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