How are those New Year goals looking? Do you need tips to achieve your goals? Are you making strides towards your goals? Or have things fallen off and you haven’t quite gotten to where you need to be? If so, no worries. Here are 4 tips in helping you get back on track: 1. Review Many… Continue reading 4 Tips to turn your thought into action and achieve your goals!
With the limitations that COVID has brought us, you may be looking for different avenues of fitness versus going to a gym or studio or exercising outdoors. If this is the case, you may want to consider virtual training or programming. Both consist of exercising from the comfort of your home (or at a gym or… Continue reading What is the difference: Virtual Training vs Programming?
You are finishing up your last rep, going through that final sprint, pushing towards the finish line!…then all of a sudden you feel a pull and hear a “POP!” It’s the back of your thigh. Unfortunately, is common very common to get injured when you workout. You start thinking, “All is lost. I am not going… Continue reading Recovering from Injuries: Do’s and Don’ts
Something has been brewing in my head for a while: how movement and strength are factors that everyone needs in their routine. Fitness professionals may look at movement and strength as a “stability and mobility” topic, but to me, it’s a little more than that. Through my educational and professional career, I have had the… Continue reading How to Make Movement and Strength Part of Your Routine
Staying Productive During this quarantine period, most of us have a lot more time on our hands, yet we can’t seem to get much accomplished. We don’t find the right time to get important things done. When to exercise during quarantine, for example. If this is something that you are dealing with, allow me to… Continue reading How to get important things done during quarantine
How to Meal Prep your way to Success. It may seem like homework, but there are several benefits to preparing meals for the week: Less decision making as to “what you are going to eat today” Knowing what is going into your food Not being influenced by others to eat not-so nutritious meals Saves you… Continue reading How to Meal Prep Your Way to Success
If you are a new intern entering the field of health and fitness or considering a change in careers as a strength and conditioning coach or personal trainer, this post will highlight ways to make your internship experience stand out. I went through two internships and I wish I had more insight before Day 1.… Continue reading How to Make Your Internship Experience Great
Fitness Program “What do you guys write in those things?” one of my clients asked in regards to their program journals. If you are new to the gym, a program may seem like a complex mathematical formula with reps, sets, weight numbers, and exercises, How to write a better fitness program with these 6 tips?… Continue reading How to Write a Better Fitness Program with these 6 Tips
9 Technique Tips Bench Press, Deadlift, and Squats. These are the “Big 3” when it comes to weightlifting. Almost everyone wants to or has performed them depending on their exercise experience or training age. But do you really know if you are doing them correctly? I have seen people perform these lifts with both stellar… Continue reading Technique Tips for the “Big 3”
Training While Injured? You would be very surprised about how much unknowledge exists about training around injuries. Here is the truth about it. One hour before our session I get a message from a client “Hey Danny” “What’s up?” “I don’t think I can train today…” “Why?” “ I jammed my finger in the door”… Continue reading The Truth About Training Around Injuries