Dominate Fitness Through The Holidays

fitness holidays nutrition Nov 22, 2019

Dominate Fitness Through The Holidays

A lot of people struggle with fitness and nutrition in general and it becomes an even bigger struggle during the holidays, and can even be challenging for those of us with a good grasp with our fitness and nutrition.


Lets face it, the holidays bring people together, and usually the center of all our gatherings is food... LOTS OF IT!  We have those family members that really lay on the pressure as well, and when you politely say no to a certain dish or dessert they won't take no for an answer.  With the pressure applied AND being surrounded by a lot of great tasting foods, it can be hard not to waiver.  So with food at the heart of the matter here are some tips to dominate your fitness through the holidays.


Tip #1 - PLAN YOUR WORKOUTS!  Seems obvious, right?  I can not emphasize the importance of being intentional and honoring the commitments made to yourself. Map out your schedule now through the end of the...

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(Video) How I Make My Sweet Potatoes Awesome!

nutrition recipe Sep 04, 2019

Summary of Video

Preheat Oven to 400

Cook bake for 50 - 60 minutes (depending on size of potatoes)

Smash potato

1 generous spoonful of Nonfat Plain Greek Yogurt

Cinnamin to taste

1 dropperful of liquid vanilla stevia

Mix and enjoy!

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Is Distraction Affecting Your Results?

fitness mindset nutrition Feb 20, 2018

Life is full of distraction, and not every situation in life is going to look the way you want it to.

Two things you have to change those situations: TIME & FOCUSED ACTION.

The most valuable currency we have is TIME. The most powerful way to spend that currency is FOCUSED ACTION. There is so much going around us demanding our attention, but creating a powerful mindset involves a mindset of focus.

Distraction is an enemy... information overload can paralyze people, or can make you lose momentum. With so much available at our fingertips it is easy to fall into traps of distraction.

In Health & Fitness... Instead of overwhelming yourself with nutrition (jumping from this strategy, this diet, or that diet)... focus on ONE plan. See it through. 

Instead of winging your workouts or copying what this person is doing for a week and then jumping to another program the next week... get them professionally programmed and put all your effort, sweat and focus into that. SEE THE...

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Back To Basics: 4 Disciplines of The Fit, Strong, and Healthy.

fitness mindset nutrition Feb 05, 2018


...You need momentum.  To create momentum, I recommend focusing on these 4 fundamentals. They will create huge momentum and make massive impact.

There is a rule called the Pareto Principle (a.k.a 80/20 rule). It states that 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. In other words, there are actions that make a bigger impact than others... finding the ones that make MASSIVE IMPACT is key. The basics fall in this category... often just because it is basic, doesn't mean it is easy, but committing to the basics will get you there faster.

For example, in my own resistance training programming... going basic means using "old school" compound movements. Is it easy? No! But being consistent with lifting big, making basics lifts a staple in program design, and progressively challenging my limits is necessary for growth.

Do you want to break new records and go beyond your previous best?


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Coconut Oil Confusion

coconut oil nutrition Jun 27, 2017

You may have seen the latest report The American Heart Association put out this month about Coconut oil being unhealthy. This topic struck a nerve with me as I have been using Coconut oil for almost a decade and feel it has be a great contributor to my good health, anti aging properties, and lean body.

What struck a nerve was they recommended replacing coconut oil with soy oil, or corn oil.... which are most likely genetically modified.

The report was structured around cardiovascular disease, and because coconut oil is high in saturated fats it is being vilianized in this report. However I feel the focus for preventing cardiovascular disease is reducing inflammation and oxidation which can be managed by limiting refined carbohydrates and sugar.

I would love to keep the discussion going on my Facebook page where there already have been a lot of you who commented on my sarcastic post referencing my experience with the side effects of coconut oil (i.e. washboard abs, low body fat, good...

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