Thursday, October 26, 2017

Danger Zone

Welcome my consulting practice far to many men and women and teens come to me and state "I start an exercise/training but quit and then I can't start up again." And then they say, "can you help me?" This is an all too common "disease." People can either act to maintain their health or try and salvage what they have left. This is what I tell them..."I can't guarantee your good health will give you a longer life, but I can guarantee through exercise you will enjoy your life longer. I believe it is never too late to begin  saving your life. I get the family and friends involved. The end will come soon enough...don't help it along. I work with people of all ages including the physically and mentally challenged...people in wheel chairs and walkers and bed ridden and legally blind. That's my greatest reward in my life. Want to be motivated...get to know the people just described...enough said.

Saturday, October 14, 2017


Welcome everyone...thanks to all of you who responded to "carved abs." Main reasons we don't improve. 1) We are satisfied with where we are. 2) Lazy. 3) Routine evolves into a rut...trap. 4) Build library of fail. 5) Fear(s). If we accept failure, it will find you. If we accept success, we will find it. Funny how that works. What are your limitations? Most don't know. That's a shame. Write out your "blue print" to reach your max...potential...limitations. Until you design your course of action, you will always regret it. We don't stop playing, improving, because we grow old...we grow old because we stop playing and improving.

Saturday, October 7, 2017


Welcome everyone...remember, we are creating tightened muscle mass into tight muscle ripples. 6) incline position, upper body is a foot lower than lower body, anchor ankles, knees bent, arms across chest and raise up 3/6 inches and hold 30 sec. 10 reps. 7) jumping straight up, bringing knees waist high, holding hands waist high, do 30 in 15 sec. 5 reps w/ 30 sec. rest between reps. 8) kangaroo hops on level surface or incline and go for 10m. 10 reps. The high you hold your hands, greater the impact. 9) flat on your back, knees straight, holding 10 lb med. ball 1/2 feet above stomach, tighten stomach and drop ball. 3 reps, 10x each. 10) on all fours, on grass or wood floor, four directional and go for 60 sec. 3 reps. 11) use a 2x4 and wrap with cloth on a wood floor, bend over and push for 5/10m. And there you have it. Good luck.