• Fire and Ice: The Proper Application of Ice and Heat

    Training for any sport or endeavor will eventually lead to some sort of soreness, swelling or even injury. When you work out hard, you will be pushing your limits. It’s not a matter of if, but rather when you will likely experience muscle soreness or injury. We have all have heard of the benefits of …


  • New Sprint workout: “The Sprinting Bear”

    When you say the word “running” to the average guy at the gym who is pumping up his guns in the mirror, he naturally looks at you with a laughable sneer. It’s true, for many reasons guys at the gym hate running workouts. Why? The term “running” to them means slogging through endless slow mileage …


  • New video to help out your tights wrists and forearms

    Tight wrists and forearms? Check out this video I did for nxtlevelphysique.com which shows you 3 simple stretches to increase your wrist and forearm flexibility–providing you further mobility with everything from your front squats to your golf game and your backhand on the tennis court. Click the video link here and get mobile now!


  • It’s Time to Front Squat Properly

    Many people avoid one of the best exercises you could do in the gym: front squats. Why? Most people avoid learning the simple fundamentals of this phenomenal exercise because it seems hard or they may lack the mobility in the front rack position.  They are denying themselves a stronger core, legs, glutes and back by …