I am pleased to announce that my first DVD, Your Fitness Journey, is finally available!
I’ve been working on this for quite awhile and I’m excited to finally make this project available to you. The DVD gives you over 80 videos showing exercises or varying levels of difficulty in several different categories.
Unlike most fitness DVDs that give you one or two pre-determined workout programs to follow which quickly become boring and routine, you’ll have the opportunity to mix and match exercises and create hundreds of fun and interesting combinations. In addition, almost all of the exercises can be performed with a minimal amount of portable equipment that you probably already own!
Because this DVD is different from many that you may have purchased, I want to make sure you know what you’re getting.
Who should buy this DVD?
If you’d like over 80 exercises in 8 different categories that will allow you to build your own program, this is the DVD for you!
You’ll love this DVD if you want the freedom to create your program on your own without being restricted to a few exercises.
You’d like personal instruction on each exercise that you can refer back to forever, you’ve come to the right place.
You want more fun from your workout programming because you’ll have more exercises to choose from.
You’ve been wanting more variety to keep your body guessing as to what’s coming next.
Who should not buy this DVD?
If you’re looking for a pre-defined workout program that you can follow and become tired of in a few short days, this isn’t for you.
If you’re hoping I’ll give you a promise that you can do only 4 minutes of exercise and have instant six-pack abs, this isn’t right for you either. This DVD is going to require some work to get results.
Don’t expect the “magic bullet” that will help you burn fat in a specific area of your body by doing a specific exercise. That’s because you can’t. It’s not possible. Your body decides where it takes the fat from, not you or the exercise you choose to do.
I’m offering this DVD for only $29. That’s less than the cost of just one personal training session! Get your copy now!
I’m proud of this project and want you to be pleased as well. To prove it, I’m offering a 30 day money back guarantee. If you receive your DVD and feel that you haven’t received at least the value of the low price you’ve paid for it, just tell me and I’ll be happy to refund your money. Like I said though, I’m confident that the videos in this collection will give you much more value than the low price would suggest. You’ve got nothing to lose!
The core. That’s where it all begins. All movement begins at the core. If you’re looking to improve your daily function, your endurance, your strength, your athletic performance, train the core and you’ll make incredible gains.
There are misconceptions about the core, so let’s take a minute to straighten that out first. Many people hear “core” and immediately think of their abs. While the abs are part of the core, there’s more. The core is defined as the lumbo-pelvic hip complex and the muscles that attach to it. It’s the rectus and transversus abdominis, obliques, hip flexors, hamstrings, glutes, spinal erectors, and latissimus dorsi. It’s basically the torso with exception of the extremities. Get a strong core and you’ll be able to do more.
There are many ways to train the core, but few are as efficient, as fun, as unique, and as portable as the TRX Suspension Trainer. Fitness Anywhere is always issuing new challenges to their followers, so I thought I’d put together my own challenge. I’m calling it the Core 500.
The workout is simple in terms of the number of exercises and the complexity of those exercises. There are just five exercises in this complex designed to challenge your anterior and posterior chain and engage your core throughout the workout. You’ll do all of the reps for each exercise before moving on to the next exercise. Your goal is to do the prescribed number of reps in as few sets as possible.
100 Atomic Push Ups
100 Low Rows (deep angle with feet under the anchor point)
100 TRX Chest Presses (feet under the anchor point)
100 TRX Power Pulls (50 per side)
100 TRX Rollouts
Here’s a video demonstrating the exercises in this TRX workout.
Time yourself and leave a comment below to let me know how much time it takes you to complete the workout. If you don’t have a TRX of your own yet, get one here.
Golf is about flexibility, rotational strength and power, but many golfers aren’t sure how to develop that strength and power. I want to help you make this your best season ever and I’ve got a series of exercises that can help make it happen.
It doesn’t take a lot of equipment. There are no fancy gadgets with a golfers name on them needed. Just a little bit of time and commonly available tools.
First things first though. Let’s talk flexibility. Most golfers limit their flexibility routine to the 30 seconds while waiting at the first tee box. They take out the big dog driver, place it over their shoulders with their hands wrapped around the ends, and twist from one side to the other.
If you’d like to do more for your game, here’s a full body stretching routine that will take only a few minutes but if done a once a day, will shave strokes off your game.
If you’re ready to add strength, power, and speed to your game over the next 7 days, just enter your info below and you’ll be on your way to a better game with my latest video series!
If you want a faster, stronger, more powerful golf swing, you need these exercises!
My latest video highlights a great exercise that you probably remember from your high school days. At the time, you probably thought it was torture. But it was really a great cardio and functional strength building exercise.
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 far as you can while keeping the natural curve of the low back. If the back begins to fall inward, stop and return to the start. As your strength develops, you’ll be able to go our further. Proper form is critical to the success of the exercise and most importantly to your health!