MET-165 Challenge

I developed a challenge, and put it on YouTube. I’m also using it to enter into Men’s Health “Next Top Trainer.” I hope you like it! Here are the movements: DB Burpee DB Front Squat DB Rows You’ll do each exercise in a “descending pyramid” style. That means you’ll do 10 reps in each exercise…

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No Gym, No Time, No Problem

When we’re used to our gym, it’s hard to imagine what you’d do without it.You’re comfortable with the staff, the equipment, the layout, the locker room, etc., and it becomes our second home.But what happens when you can’t make it to the gym? What do you do when you have no time and no equipment,…

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Important Lessons Learned in Coaching: Absolutely NO Absolutes

10.) There are NO Absolutes In health and fitness, almost everything is up for debate. I honestly don’t know any other industry that so easily divides participants up into so many different “camps.” THEIR way is the BEST way, and there’s nothing you can say to change their minds. Often each camp is trying to…

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Important Lessons Learned in Coaching: The Best Workout IS..

9.) The BEST workout in the World.. ..is the one you’ll actually do. We know that nothing is new. #8 told us that. But everywhere you look you’ll find “hot fitness trends” or a “new way of lifting weights” The only thing that matters though is the workout that you’ll actually do. Like Crossfit? Then…

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Important Lessons Learned in Coaching: Just because it’s Simple..

6.) Just because it’s SIMPLE, doesn’t mean it isn’t HARD. Learn the Difference This is another piece of advice from Dan John (your books are in the mail by now right?) People have lost sight of the beauty in simplicity. For some reason a squat isn’t hard enough. Nope. Gotta sprint between sets, then free-climb…

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