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Triple threat muscle is it the real deal?

26th May 2010
Is Triple Threat Muscle The Real Deal? Alright, you're wondering if triple threat muscle is worth the massive buzz its getting just a week after being launched. Don't worry guys becasue as a personal trainer with 10 years practical experience I'm going to... Read >
Author: Gerry Flowers

MMA Workout Routine

27th August 2009
Because mixed martial artists require virtually every type of physical attribute when it comes to strength and conditioning, there really isn't one "magic" mma workout routine that you can perform that will always and forever top any other mma workout rou... Read >
Author: Derek Manuel

How to maximize performance in sports competition - Personal Trainer Explains

10th August 2009
Many of the clients at my gym and personal training center here in Singapore play a sport of some kind. Because many of these clients are highly motivated types of people, they often play these sports competitively and want to do as well as possible in... Read >
Author: Coach Jonathan Wong

Interview With Craig Ballantyne, Strength & Conditioning Coach

29th July 2009
Interview with Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, M.Sc. Craig Ballantyne, CSCS, M.Sc. is a Strength and Conditioning Coach in Toronto, author of Turbulence Training, a contributing author to Men's Health magazine, and a member of the Training Advisory Board for m... Read >
Author: Brandi Abbey

Unconventional Training is Taking Over

04th July 2009
Unconventional training methods are rapidly being incorporating into the fitness regimen of people around the world. Unconventional Training, defined as untraditional fitness methods involving kettlebells, Clubbells, sandbags, and other "old school" equip... Read >
Author: MBody Strength
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