Train Like An Athlete

"Ultimately, there is a coordinated, strong, balanced and fit person living inside of you- it’s my job to help bring that person out, and I won’t give up.” Marc Jaoudé




Published: July 17th, 2019. 

It’s always fun training Angelo and Francis. This morning’s workout had a basketball/football theme. Whatever I devise for these guys they not only accept the challenge, they raise the bar. (Just a few minor footwork corrections to be addressed for next time!) Music:

Published: July 20th, 2019.

Here is some footage of our client Alexia competing in our 2018 basketball competition, followed by her workout which included some advanced steel mace movements.

Published: May 2nd, 2019.

Allow your creativity and individuality to shine through your workouts, engaging mind and body while flowing through multiple planes of motion. As a trainer I make sure to teach my clients the fundamentals that allow them to reconnect with their body, creating a deep sense of confidence and breaking barriers along the way. Let’s Jazz it up a little! (Music:

Much more of the brain is devoted to movement than to language. Language is only a little thing sitting on top of this huge ocean of movement.” Oliver Sacks, neurologist.

Published: October 10th, 2017.

Here are a few highlights of my training sessions from this week. The heavy mace is an ancient weapon and an incredibly effective tool for targeting imbalances while improving posture, stability and mobility. These movements are a real challenge for both mind and body.

Published: July 26th, 2019.

During our training session I showed my group some basic boxing fundamentals. It was their very first time. Then at the end of the workout I asked them to shadow box, and it wasn’t all that bad for a first time! They requested the Rocky theme!

We will improve footwork in the weeks to come. Boxing fundamentals, when practiced properly, are extremely beneficial for improving hip mobility and core strength. A great addition to our workouts for clients who enjoy it.

Published: August 15th, 2019.

Here is a reminder that no matter the health challenges we may face, we must remain proactive. Our client Hymie is a perfect example. At 77 years old, after two major heart surgeries, most people would just give up. Hymie does this instead…