by Craig Ballantyne author of Turbulence Training Here’s a question I get a lot… “Craig, when fat loss is your goal, many trainers will say that nutrition is 80% of the battle. What’s your opinion?” My answer? Absolutely, I agree that nutrition is more important than training for fat loss, although it’s impossible to put
Image by Michal Novotny I would like to restart my training diary on this website. I feel as though keeping a training diary on this site will help others see exactly how I incorporate the principles I present on this website into my practical life. I would also like some feedback from my audience. Feel
Lauren Murphy Why Warm Up? I have a confession to make. I haven’t been warming up. All summer long, the weather was hot, and I was always active. I didn’t really feel the need to warmup. I just jumped right into the workout. Read more.
Trainees have a lot of questions, and it’s tough to answer all those questions at once. But, what if I could create a document that had the bulk of all that information in a simple, easy to read format. The information would be concise, but not detailed. It would be general fitness tips. Things that
Each of us has a particular physical and mental threshold for stress and pain. Some have very little resistance to external stress, and others have an enormous resistance to external stress. One of the primary goals of my training philosophy focuses on increasing onces threshold for external and internal stress. The external stress is developed
I just saw the move “300” last week. I know, I know. Why so late? First of all, I’m not a big watcher of Hollywood films. I only watch them if I find something extremely interesting or if I’m out with a good group of friends I haven’t seen in a while. I expected the