How Strength Operates

Nothing beats the feeling than being able to carry all your groceries inside in ONE trip. “I love making multiple trips to the car to retrieve my groceries” – said by no one ever. If this isn’t enough on its own to inspire you to become a stronger individual, then nothing else I say afterContinue reading “How Strength Operates”

Flexibility — But WHY?

Flexibility = + Improved posture + Increased ROM + Improved mobility + Helps with being able to perform your everyday task; putting on shoes/socks, walking, bending, etc So while I realize many do not always put flexibility on the front lines of importance, think of other reasons why flexibility might be a vital part ofContinue reading “Flexibility — But WHY?”

Alternatives to the squat

If Doing Squats is not for you… Try something new  Photo by Sven Mieke on Unsplash For most people, squats are the essential part of leg day. even more so for those who want work on their glutes and build strength in their legs – but as a personal trainer, I have had clients who weren’t fond ofContinue reading “Alternatives to the squat”

Single leg kettlebell Deadlift

Kettlebell Deadlift variation An underrated movement that needs a lot of attention because it provides a lot of benefits that can go towards your compound lifts & also provides a means of working on balance & coordination, stability, core strength, hamstrings, and mobility of the hips, back and legs. In the above video, I am demonstratingContinue reading “Single leg kettlebell Deadlift”

The Barbell Front Squat

When it comes to squat variations, my strong suit is the front squat due to having strong quad muscles — in the video I demonstrate the front squat from the back side view, doing 135 lbs on the barbell & making sure to hit the 90 degree angle on the way down and bringing theContinue reading “The Barbell Front Squat”