Conference Blogs

Getting Closer, and A Side-Bar Vent

I'm five weeks out and in a great place: I'm only four pounds away from show weight, the definition in my legs is starting to show, and in spite of all of the injury that prevented me from working my shoulders the way I really wanted to this past year, I am happy that they seem to have improved from last!  That is all I can ask! 

The most versatile bodyweight training equipment in the world - CrossCore®

Turn Your Game Around® with the CrossCore180® Rotational Bodyweight Trainer™ http://www.crosscore-usa.com/crosscore180.aspx Perfect for increasing athletic performance in any sport or providing a new and fresh group fitness training class for any fitness club. 

CrossCore® RBT™ Course Level 1 - TRI-D Fitness in Portland, OR

Come get certified in Rotational Bodyweight Training™ at TRI-D Fitness in Portland, OR. This 6 hour RBT™ course is ISSA certified and worth six continued education credits. It’s fun and educational. You’ll walk away with the ability to teach others the evolution of body weight training. For more info or to sign up please go here http://www.crosscore-usa.com/tep.aspx

CrossCore® RBT™ Course Level 1 - Gazze Academy in Huntington Beach

Come on out and get certified in Rotational Bodyweight Training™ at the Gazze Academy in Huntington Beach, CA. This 6 hour RBT™ course is ISSA certified and worth 6 continued education credits. It’s fun and informative. You’ll walk away with the ability to teach others the evolution of bodyweight training.

Connecting With Your Core

 I gave my second annual “Connecting with your Core” presentation for the NASA employees today.  This presentation is always a hit, and I love seeing the light bulbs go off throughout the presentation!  Here are just a few basic points I make at the beginning:

Active Recovery

I'm sure you've all been to the gym and spotted someone perform a series of reps and stand idly by for a few minutes before doing another set. This is called passive recovery. Powerlifters and strongmen are most noted for taking these elongated breaks. When absolute strength gain is your objective, this is not that bad of a pattern to follow. However, if you are like a high percentage of the world who wants to get lean and lose weight quickly, there is better option. It is called "active" recovery or active rest breaks.

Apply to become a CrossCore® Host Facility Today

Apply to become a CrossCore® Host Facility Today – CrossCore® is bringing on host facilities now to service the growing Rotational Bodyweight Training™ community. This can be a very exciting and revenue generating experience for all that apply. Get started today http://www.crosscore-usa.com/tephost.aspx 

Do Not Repeat!

People who fail to achieve goals almost always signal their intent to fail by using three little words:"I will try..." There are no three words in the English language that are more deceptive, both to the person who says them and the person who hears them.  People who say "I will try" have given themselves permission to fail. No matter what happens, they can always claim that they "tried." 

IS YOUR TRAINER CERTIFIED

IS YOUR TRAINER CERTIFIED???? YOU CALL YOURSELF A TRAINER????Written by Personal Trainer: WIL Turner 18 min 43 sec ago

Food for Thought

Right this moment, your thoughts are setting the direction of your future. Choose thoughts that will lead you to the life you most desire. You first have to think it. Keep it in your thoughts every minute, hour, day and year. Visualize it clearly and create that which is yours to attain.