This is a follow-up post to my Tabata routine for beginners I posted earlier. If you’re just beginning Tabata training you can also use this routine as a starting point. All exercises involve only your bodyweight and you’ve probably done them at one point in your life. If you never heard of them and would […]
New dads, congrats on your new bundle of joy. If it it hasn’t already, your life is about to change forever in almost every way. The two most precious resources you’ll be missing is time and sleep. But just because you don’t have time to yourself or energy to do anything doesn’t mean there isn’t a way to get your […]
A great deal of my personal training happens at clients’ homes. As part of my interview process with a new personal training client I always inquire about fitness equipment available at their house. Most common pieces of fitness gear my clients have are swiss balls and a pair of very light weight dumbbells. Obviously, this […]
Below is a beginner’s full body Tabata workout, but before you proceed, make sure you read my earlier post on Tabata High Intensity Interval Training. The following Tabata full body workout for beginners assumes you have no access to any gym or home fitness equipment. All exercises involve body weight and can be done in the same spot, if you […]
Millions of people will embark on New Year’s resolutions of dropping weight and becoming healthier in the New Year. Here are my nutritional rules to help you get there. Print it. Superglue it to your fridge.
You’ve probably heard of High Intensity Interval Training or HIIT, but what about The Tabata Method? Tabata, a training protocol developed in mid-1990’s, is essentially a HIIT workout with a basic premise of working hard for 20 seconds and resting for the next 10 seconds, repeat this for 4 minutes. As discovered and demonstrated in Dr. Tabata’s original […]