Blogs about Stability

Loosen up that upper body and spine!

Core engaged, inhale reach and drop the spineExhale, round the back and reach arm back.  

3 Phases of Training

I don't usually link back to my website...I'd rather let my blogs do the talking right here but I have a video I wanted to show you all that illustrates the 3 phases of training that make up the OPT model (which is the template I use when training clients)  

Favorite Shoulder Exercises

Shoulder exercises are common amongst women and men. If I were to take a poll of 100 men and women asking them if they included their favorite shoulder exercises in their exercise program, I am sure 90% of them would say yes. How about you? Do you work your shoulders when you exercise?

My Three Favorite Core Exercises

Core Exercises are always in style right? If I had a $100 for every time I have been asked what is the best core exercise, I would be writing this blog from the beach in Punta Cana, lol!Seriously, core exercises have their place and are important to do. Consider a few of the main reasons why they are important:

Do You BOSU?

Do you BOSU? You should…it’s kind of cool and it could be what your routine is missing. Many people tend toward the same fitness routines of lifting weights or hop on a treadmill and go home. If that’s you then give yourself a pat on the back…you’re doing something good for your body and you’re improving your health. But, there’s so much more you can do.

Stabilization Weight Loss Training

Click to view what is coming this holiday Season!! Stabilization Weight Loss Training


Shout out to all those people who live in Dallas, TX. For a short time I'm offering a free success session and personal training session at T. Boone. Pickens YMCA. No obligation what- so ever. Please contact me at to book your spot today. Hurry spots are limited. Thanks your awesome. 

Mobility and Stability

Just wanted to blog really quick and address mobility and stability.  Obviously both of these are major issues in our field.  Unfortunately, the more I pay attention the more I see the lacking of both of these issues.  Unfortunately, we also can't help everyone.  As trainers, we need to make sure to address this immediately.  First session.  You can't hold off and assume it will eventually get better or the client will work his or herself out of it.  Correctvie exercise is an absolute component to your repertoire.  As I mentioned before, the t