Boobie Boot Camp is a two hour charity and fitness boot camp training event to be held on: Saturday, October 13th, 2012 at 10:00 AM. I'm a featured trainer along with the First Lady of Fitness, Mrs. Camille Grayson and Super Trainer Janae Veal. Special guest trainers La'Mere LC Fit Cornelius and Jerrick Mason of Fuel Fitness will also be in attendance. Boobie Boot Camp is intended to raise funds and further the mission of Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. Unfortunately, breast cancer has become an all too common occurrence
One of the biggest myths about women and weight training is that you’ll get too big and end up looking like a man. But let’s face it; you’d practically have to be a man for that to happen. Women don’t naturally have enough testosterone to transform their feminine physiques into an incredible massive Hulk body. There is no risk of looking like the Terminator so put down that fear and let’s pick up some weights. Without some good resistance training like weight lifting and calisthenics in your routine, you could be
Derrière, tush, bottom, backside, rump, bum, donkey, pooper, booty, bubble or whatever you call it… I’ve had a lot of questions about training your Glutes lately, so I wanted to spend a little time focusing on our favorite rear view. The main questions were: How do you get a round butt? And… What are the best exercises for training the glutes? First of all, you have to understand that if you have extra ‘stored energy’ (aka, body fat) there’s a good chance it’s hangin’ out on your backside and hips (especially if
This is an article about keeping your Abs right for the summer. "Not only is spring the season of renewal, it’s also the time to bump up your fitness routine in preparation for the upcoming beach body season! Winter has finally faded away, so take advantage of the sunshine and blooming flowers by getting out and getting active. Your body and belly will be more than ready for all of those barbecues, pool & beach parties coming up." To read the rest of the article Click here
By: Dr. Karl Smith (DHED, MS, CSCS, PES) Are you often sore before and after a workout? Do you feel tight and stiff when not performing exercises? Do you have decreased range of motion while performing exercises? Do you cramp up before performing explosive or quick movements? Well, it’s about time you start to incorporate a stretching routine into your workouts. Why should I stretch? Stretching is one of the most underrated aspects of exercising, but in fact it is one of the main pillars of a healthy lifestyle.
It’s a new year and many people are motivated to make life changes. These changes most often include eating healthier and exercising more. However, these resolutions are the most broken of the bunch. Did you make health and fitness New Year’s resolutions this year? How well are you doing with them? We want to help you keep your eye on the prize and meet your goals. Check out these tips to stay on track or get back on track. 1. Avoid Diets - Fad diets often require dramatic changes in your