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Break It Down!

Breaking It Down Several years ago, in an effort to supplement my income, I delivered newspapers. Having been a paperboy in High School, I was expecting something similar and in some ways it was, but...

Popping the Hood on Your Diet

It can be both defeating and frustrating when you’re “cutting back” and not seeing any real improvement in the way your pants fit. Especially if you’ve been on a specific...

Loose Cannon Fitness = Hip Replacement -> Marine Corps Drummer -> Fitness Program

Just prior to undergoing hip replacement surgery you’re required to attend a class that walks you through the things you need to be sensitive to as you recover: Being diligent with your...

The Hardcharger

This is a kickboxing routine I put together for a class that was being held at the local Rec Center. Tried to make it worthy of it’s name… I first came in contact with the term,...

The Henderson

Named after Archibald Henderson, the “grand old man of the Marine Corps,” who served as Commandant from 1820 to 1859. A true hardcharger and an apt namesake for a workout that is nothing...

Daly

Named after Sergeant Major Dan Daly, USMC, winner of two Medals of Honor. With this routine, you’re doing two exercises per body part where you would normally do just one. Buckle up! Cycle One...

T-Shirts

I originally put this combination together in an effort to exercise without having to tax my chest and arms which were still reeling from a previous workout. It’s actually part of a series....

Week One

Here we go! This first week, I’m going to break things down into some detail just so, going forward, I don’t have to be as verbose in that I’m planning on establishing a pretty...

Iron Mike Workout

“Iron Mike” is a class that I taught that’s based on a strategy that incorporates free weights in a group fitness dynamic. Very cool! While we’re not lifting a lot of weight,...