Archive for February 25th, 2013
Imagine if your doctor, nutritionist and personal trainer all got together with a plan to help you lose weight and de-stress.… this dream come true is a brand new workout system just launched that is a customized for your DNA, and it has never been done before.
The blood type is a powerful genetic fingerprint, and there is a chemical reaction to food you eat, workouts and your blood.
The Blood Type Workout (www.bloodtypeworkout.com) has just launched this month. The kit contains a blood type test, stability ball, sand weights, exercise bands, and at least 3 DVDs for each type A, B, AB, O, and advice from doctors and nutritionists, Dr Joseph Christiano and Dina Khadar who wrote the Blood Type Diet.
I had the pleasure of creating an original workout video for one of the types, I did a walking-based cardio workout for one of the type AB DVDs. Here is a segment from Fox & Friends showing some of the moves.
When it comes time to training, we each have our favorite exercises. You know, you walk into the gym and you’re just like “Yes, I get to do ____ today!” However, are your favorite exercises the best exercises for you? Are you getting the results you’re looking for with those exercises? I breakdown a bunch of exercises that are not only beneficial for your body, but are also not the same boring stuff you did the last week. Check out some of my favorite exercises, muscle by muscle, that produce results!
When a celebrity bodybuilder drops dead from a heart attack, it quickly hits the front page of the papers and becomes the topic of the day for many news outlets online.
Armchair health experts and licensed doctors and nutritional experts debate about why an athlete or bodybuilder after years of training and maintaining a healthy looking physique would drop dead of a heart attack or have by-pass surgery to unclog arteries. Non-exercisers may relish in the news. Finally, another reason for them to remain sedentary! But bodybuilders that want to build muscles and athletes that are training for endurance and performance want to know if they can find a bodybuilding supplement that works to gain muscle, enhance performance, and still protect the heart.
Can you have it all?