New Weekly Tipz! Have you ever wanted a 15-minute (or less) workout, that maintains your Strength & Power work, builds Lean Muscle & burns Body Fat, counts as “Cardio” (what i call Conditioning), improves Hip Mobility & Posture and gives you an easy way to get an even tan or at least a few healthy minutes out in the sun(vitamin D)? Well, this little routine i came up with years ago to practice the Kettlebell Swing. It also works great for all the other stuff i mentioned earlier. Keep in mind, you don’t need a kettlebell. You could use other things. Just be safe. I call this diddy “Staring Your Shadow Down” or “Groundhogs Day”. Enjoy.

August 12, 2013

New Weekly Health & Fitness Tips! This week i simply wanted to show what AMeRiCAN PoSTuRE looks like and how it happens. Nothing speaks louder than pictures. Some of it is exaggerated to prove a point. W must be mindful of the things we do every day because they may be making things worse. The choice is ours. We need to sit up straight, stand up tall and get off our phones. And remember to move. And when we do move, we should avoid working only the muscles on the front side of the body. Work the backside. Avoid things like crunches, bench press, bicep curls and leg machines if you lack the knowledge of how to balance those exercises out with opposing pulling exercises. (Things like planks, deadlifts, bridges and pulling/rowing movements!)

January 28, 2013

New Weekly Tipz! This week i want to try and simplify exercise or how you may look at it. When you see a “new” or an “old” exercise, you must learn to see what the body is actually doing, NOT what equipment is being used or anything else ab out it. There is nothing that special about any equipment or mode of training. It’s all about what the body is doing and how it is moving. Pay close attention to that, and in time you will see that most exercises fit into just a few categories. Today i will show you some simple examples…

December 10, 2012

ew Video! THis week i talk briefly on the importance of balance, particularly when it comes to exercise selection. For every “pushing” exercise we should also do a “pulling” exercise to work the opposing muscles. Most people “push” way too much…(ex: Bench Press, Pushups, Shoulder Press, Incline Press, Shoulder Raises, etc.) We need to also pull…(EX: Pullups or Chinups, Rowing, Deadlifts, Lat Pulldowns, etc)!

April 15, 2011

Carlton’s Life Fitness & Nutrition Tipz: Dec 7 2009 …This week is a 10 Minute Exercise Routine for the Busy Holidayz!

December 7, 2009

4. BSSB eXercises – "Single Arm Row with Variationz"

November 20, 2009

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