A Brief Introduction

Just a few words about the art that I train and teach.


. Just let me get scientific for a momment. Ther are too types of muscle tone, 1. myogenic - which is what your muscles look like at rest. Either look 'soft' or 'dense' ie ripped. 2 Neurogenic- What you muscles look like when they are moving, like when your are flexing in front of the mirror. So, to develop these two types of muscle tone, doing high reps with low weights so you can feel the burn is OUT. There is no science or reasearch behind that theory. Heavier weights and lower reptitions are IN.

Sand, Rocks and Pebbles

IMPORTANT THINGS IN LIFE. A philosophy professor stood before his class with some items on the

CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ certification at Parisi Speed School

CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training™ certification at Parisi Speed School / Breakthru Fitness in Pasadena, CA.  

The "Always" List

Last time I posted some things you should "never" or rarely eat. This time I'll have a positive approach by relaying some really good suggestions for how we should be eating.


 Fitness + Nutrition + Accountability = Success  As a Fitness Professional I am always asked, how can you help me lose weight?


 Start with 6 lunge jumps then go straight into 6 squat jumps. The go straight into 7 lunge jumps( start with the opposite foot forward) then 7 squat jumps. Then 8, 9, 10 without rest. Keep going till you cannot jump no more. My record is 13. Beat that and let me know. HAVE A GREAT TUESDAY! 


 “What man actually needs is not a tensionless state but rather the striving and struggling for a worthwhile goal, a freely chosen task. What he needs is not the discharge of tension at any cost but the call of a potential meaning waiting to be fulfilled by him.” -Viktor Frankl  Man’s Search for Meanin

Detox...Get The Skinny!!


Just A Thought....

 “One should not wish anyone disagreeable conditions of life; but for him who is involved in them by chance, they are touchstones of characters and of the most decisive value to man.” -Goethe
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