Category Archives: Fitness


Why do you sometimes post “negative” stuff?

One of my healing clients asked me this some time ago and also made the observation that it looks like I do not like the current administration. The best answer I can give you is that TRUTH is essential to healing. Lies are harmful to your body. Think about how a polygraph works, you get

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Here is Day 2 of training straight out of my training journal. WARMUP 1. Joint Mobility 2. Foam Roller/Lacrosse Balls WORKOUT Pullup/Reverse Row Ladder Pull up                   1 – 2 – 3 – 4 – 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 Reverse Row        5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1 –

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A Day in the life – A sneak peek into my Training for Strength, Health and Longevity Part 1

I decided to offer a sneak peak into what I am currently doing and why. As I have mentioned before my workouts usually have four parts: Mobility/Prehab, Heavy Lifts for Strength and Testosterone, Isometric for freaky strength and recovery, and a Finisher for Conditioning and Growth Hormone. Currently I have begun a training program for

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Muscle Mysticism – Esoteric Experiment 2: Electromagnetic Meditation using Zappers

I have mentioned Liver Cleanses in previous articles and highly recommend that everyone do them once or twice a year. If you have a health challenge then you NEED do it more often. The best book on Liver Cleansing is The Cure For All Diseases by Hulda Clarke. According to Hulda Clarke’s experience, she claims

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If you had to write your own fitness rules, what would they be?

If you were to strip away everything you have been led to believe by magazines, society, and other people and instead developed a set of rules based on what you personally experienced, what would they be? My personal philosophy is that nothing is real until I experience it. Based on my experience, which no one

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On Structured Training vs. Free Form Training

A great debate sometimes ensues over structured training versus free form training loosely based on adherence to principles.  The thing is, both methods work and I have used them both with much success. Unless you are at the lower or upper end of fitness, you can participate in both.  If you are too weak, injured, or immobile

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Drop the Bowling Ball on Your Results

“What’s more effective to make a dent in the floor, dropping 1,000 pins or one bowling ball?” The following question was conveyed to me when my friend Ed Strachar mentioned how submitting small ads in the paper for his Reading Genius seminars would get little to no traction (the 1,000 pins), but when he partnered

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What happens if you can’t deadlift or pullup and still want to get STRONG, CONDITIONED and MENTALLY TOUGH?

That was the exact position I was in when I was developing Extreme Military Fitness Elite.  I was nursing injuries in my lower back and elbow/forearm that prevented me from doing these two staple exercises. Well, I am happy to report that not only did I get in the best shape of my life I

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Do you have a plan to get STRONG, CONDITIONED and MENTALLY TOUGH?

If you do not have a plan you have a wish or a desire.  You may have seen someone with these skill sets and characteristics, been inspired and would like to develop them in yourself.  Maybe, some things happened in your life and now you NEED to develop these skills due to a recent loss

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