I got side tracked on this blog and I apologize to anyone who may have been following along. I ended up moving to another state and wasn't able to stay on track, but I will get back on this with regular updates.
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19 February 2012
Posted by Bob in Bob's Gym Quest, 02 February 2014 · 110 views
This blog will follow my own quest to follow my dreams and start my very own gym and any pitfalls that I may fall into along the way. I plan on opening my own health club in about 6 months to a year, and I am in the very early planning stages. I am planning on starting small, maybe a personal training studio, and the goal is to start with as little as $30...
Posted by Bob in Fitness Articles, 23 September 2013 · 314 views
Many times I get questions about the proper way to approach getting into an exercise routine for the long term. It seems many people start training only to quick in a very short time. In this short article, I am going to tell you how you can easily get into a routine and stick with it for the rest of your life. If you don't believe you can ever stick with...
Posted by AdamFreemanPT in AdamFreemanPT's Blog, 27 February 2012 · 1,145 views
Ya know...you have to give them credit. McDonald's is trying to make everyone "believe" you can eat healthy and lose weight there with their salads, but this place isn't holding anything back!The Heart Attack Grille is located in Las Vegas, NV and blatantly states that if you are 350lbs or heavier, you get to eat free. They have four...
Posted by Bob in Training With Bands, 26 January 2012 · 1,515 views
The use of bands in strength training has been around a long time, but was made popular by Louie Simmons and the Westside Barbell Club. Bands are an excellent advanced training technique that can really push up your maximal and explosive strength (depending on how you incorporate them). I plan on writing a series of articles related to the use of bands in...
Posted by Bob in Book Reviews, 12 December 2011 · 1,512 views
I purchased Practical Programming For Strength Training about two weeks ago. Since I love reading everything related to fitness and strength training, I gave this book a once over. If you are looking for a book that covers just program creation, then you may be disappointed by this book. When I read the introduction, the author made some very good points...
Posted by Bob in Bob's Training Blog, 06 December 2011 · 1,448 views
Alright, I wanted to post a sample copy of my workout log. This is posted in word document format so it can be easily formatted to your own liking, but I hope it's helpful for anyone who is looking for a workout log they can easily modify and print. I have had a lot of people tell me they don't use a workout log because they are not sure how to se...
Posted by janjac15 in Članci o treningu, vježbanju, prehrani itd..., 13 September 2011 · 1,516 views
Fats are created when you consume more calories than you burn. Most of people simply aren't able to measure how much they eat and how much are they active daily. Many other things affect on the energy balance, like high level of cortisol (hormone which is related to stress) which slows down metabolic functions and increases creating fats. You can decrease...
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