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When you do an exercise for the first time, start slow and allow your body to feel the muscle (s) being worked through the entire movement. Focus your mind on nothing but feeling the muscle. When you do this, you are giving the body the opportunity to contract the muscle(s) being worked and figure out how to correctly do the exercise. This is also how you start to connect the mind and body and how you target the muscles that are suppose to be worked.
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Here is a 10-minute video about being successful and the evolving process to do so! The hardest part about being successful is starting out. I am using this video as an example. This is my first video. It wasn’t planned… I jumped in and got it done! I could have done it a few times and done a better job, but I posted this one because I want to show everyone how to start something new and how it evolves and improve. I will be doing these videos through the year and they will improve!
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Chris is an incredible trainer. His passion, knowledge, and commitment to my success have been instrumental to helping me to reach my goals. He is well educated in strength training, cardio, diet, stretching, weight loss, and many other areas of physical fitness. His ability to help keep me motivated and focused on reaching my goals and teaching me to incorporate physical activity into my daily life, has really had a positive impact on me in many ways. I could not recommend him any higher.
My brother is the one who first introduced me to Chris over three years ago. My brother experienced a high degree of success with Chris’ diet plan and he believed I could benefit as well. Little did I know at the time that the introduction would change my life so dramatically!
I desperately needed to lose 150 pounds, which is not a small number by any stretch of the imagination. I was severely overweight and had been for most of my life. It got so bad that in the fall of 2006, I could hardly walk because I had terrific back pain (sciatica) and arthritis in my left knee.
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