ATF Classic: My First Infomercial Insanity!
June 7, 2012

Today I’m introducing a new strand here at Angry Trainer Fitness called ATF Classic! Since we launched the ATF site in…

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Infomercial Insanity: Bowflex
April 19, 2011

It’s time for another installment of Infomercial Insanity, where I review a popular fitness product and give you the pros and…

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Ask Alfonso: Tummy Trouble Too!
March 4, 2011

Alfonso, I have lost about 90 pounds in the last 2 years and now I’m at 210 pounds. I do cardio…

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Ask Alfonso: Class Time?
February 16, 2011

Hello Alfonso, My local gym runs a range of classes for members – all of which are free such as spin…

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Ask Alfonso: Tummy Training Timetable
February 14, 2011

Hi Alfonso, I know you get asked abdominal questions all the time – but I really want your advice! Summer’s on…

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Ask Alfonso: Are Rock Hard Abs Achievable?
February 7, 2011

Hi there, I have been reading about you for quite sometime now and I feel that you are the type of…

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December 6, 2010

I really want to stay in shape but my job is a nightmare when it comes to working out!

I work as a training co-coordinator for a major retail chain so am on the road for about 200 days of the year and always on the go. My company puts me up in a range of hotels but depending on the city or town I’m in the gym facilities available to me are really variable.

Sometimes the hotel has an amazing gym, sometimes it’s literally just a treadmill in a room! I really want to commit to a fitness program (I’m in my early thirties and about 20 lbs overweight) but am finding it very hard to get started when all the variables are so random. Most programs I see include exercises like chest presses and squats – and yet half the time I don’t have access to this kind of equipment.

What do you recommend Alfonso? How can I stay in shape and build a workout routine when I literally don’t know where I’ll be sleeping each night?

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November 16, 2010

Like a lot of people out there I’d love to get a six-pack – but my abs are covered by a few extra pounds. I know I need to lose the weight first – but of course I want to train my abs at the same time.

Unfortunately I feel totally overwhelmed by all the different abdominal exercises out there – sit ups, crunches, seated crunches, Russian Twists, leg lifts, etc.

Then when I read all the magazine they talk about training your top, middle and lower abs!

The result I’m totally lost! So tell me Alfonso – which ab exercises work, which don’t and what’s the best way to get that elusive six pack!

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