Posts tagged FitStudio
Ready for some exciting news everyone!
You may recall that the very first partnership we formed here at Angry Trainer Fitness was with Sears FitStudio. I’m a proud member of their Fitness Advisory Board and provide content for the FitStudio website. If you haven’t checked it out lately, I urge you to do so. There are loads of articles on exercise, nutrition and well-being as well as many workout programs and hundreds of exercise videos. And the best part? It’s all FREE!
Well now Sears is taking things up a notch. They’re setting up an exercise retreat this April in Mexico – More >
I just stumbled onto you site. I must say it is refreshing to see someone who not only is involved in the fitness industry, but also seeks to debunk some of the “mystery” surrounding tight-lipped fitness circles.
I think something that has been raising a good deal of questions lately has been, “is a calorie just a calorie?” Now, some people are saying that, simply put there is no difference. Others disagree; Dr. John Berardi comes to mind here, noting that calories are in fact not all created equal. What is your take on this?
I’m asking mainly to More >
I’ve been working hard with your FitStudio Real Strength Program and doing just fine.
My question is this; one of the exercises in the routine is pull-ups, and there is no way I can get a lift-off no matter how hard I try.
Can you advise my on how to get to just the one (and then more and more….)
Maybe there’s a way to practice these pull-ups?
It’s time for another new strand here at Angry Trainer Fitness – I know, we’re spoiling you guys!
Our content has been evolving at a rapid rate and it’s due to you, our readers, who write in, ask questions and post comments. So thank you very much for using the almighty power of the pen, or keyboard actually. Recently I’ve started posting some workout ideas in our new feature Get With The Program – have you tried my SPIN-Cinerator program yet – but people have also started sending me their workouts for review. So we figured we’d launch a new strand called ‘What’s More >
I used to be in decent shape and just got lazy (relationship comfortable). Recently I’ve been trying to get myself back in the gym. I work long hours (about 10 hours a day outside commuting) and am the WORST at waking up.
Any suggestions on what to try to help get me back in and hopefully on a consistent schedule?