jason

December 9, 2014

What Are You Training?

What Are You Training? This is a question I want you to ask yourself each and every time you design an exercise for your client. I remember when I first started as a personal trainer. It was around the time that the Bosu and stability balls made up 90% of our training. I remember the […]
December 3, 2014

CGP Ep46 FAT Shaming in the USA!

Fat Shaming! The good the bad and the ugly! For some people fat shaming works and for others it can be send them on a downward spiral that ends in more weight gain. Some people respond to the stick and some people respond to the carrot. Now before you get your Spanx in a knot, […]
November 27, 2014

CGP Ep 45 Competition is None!

Competition is a contest between organisms for a limited resource. The resource could be money, fame, clients, likes, retweets, or championships. In my world my competition is none. The great Eric B and Rakim once said “No time for fun, cuz I don’t play with competitors. Its only one when Im done! The competition is […]
November 21, 2014

Off Season Strength Phase: Athlete

This month’s focus at the Next Level is Off Season Training. In this video we are featuring the Strength Phase. I cover a lot of material in the video and though I would provide you with supplementary material to reference so you don’t have to stop the video to see some of the graphics or […]
November 18, 2014

CGP Ep44 Off Season Training Pt2

Do you have off season goals? Just like last year? And the year before that and the year before that? What are you going to do different this year that is going to get you the results? Do you even know what your needs are to improve upon last seasons performance? If you don’t know […]
November 12, 2014

Rotational Rolling Patterns

The basis for all rotational movement patterns comes from our ability to roll. The first building block you learnt for all rotational sports was rolling. When you were a baby you learnt how to roll from your back to your front and your front to your back. Your rotational neuromuscular recruitment pattern and the development […]