Archive for the ‘balance’ Category

5 Scientific Secrets to High-Octane Living

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Thank you for returning, my friend! Well then since you're back, let me share with you what I learned from some of the world’s greatest mentors... who could push a pencil in the lab and then walk outside and push a rock in real life. Because that’s really the point isn’t ...

TOP 20 World’s Best Health Traditions, What do you Get?

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

Hi CST pros and TACFIT athletes, This has been a long time coming. And I want to give you a free taste of what’s to come so that once again you feel comfortable that I’m providing you with high-quality, no-nonsense tactical fitness. But before we get to that, let me tell ...

Compensate for Civilized Life: Get un-chair-shaped!

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

In my prior article, "I move, therefore I am," I wrote the following: The anti-movement movement erroneously developed because of an accurate assessment: people hurt themselves in rotation (bending, twisting and tilting.) However, this is not some flaw of the spine. It’s an attribution of ...

Movement is not Mobility

Monday, February 15th, 2010

Recently asked,"how come the joint mobility program of TACFIT Commando advises tensing and fatiguing muscles? it seems a little counter intuitive. one would think it should relax and loosen them no?" It only appears counter-logical at first glance, because joint mobility is taught (by those who don't understand it) as joint ...

TACFIT Fighter Hybrid Circuit 1B Workout Video

Monday, December 28th, 2009

TACFIT Fighter 1B Hybrid Circuit Workout Video http://www.TACFIT.tv For Time, 7 Rounds (no rest between exercises!): 20secR/20secL Drop-Step Clubbell Twists 20sec Airborne Jump Squats 20secR/20secL One Leg Diagonal Medball Slams 20sec Bridge Rope Cross-Pullups 20sec L-Seat Dips 20sec Knee-on-Belly Kettlebell Rows 20secR/20secL ...

Stretch and Tone III Workout with Zuzana

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

"The first exercise in this part of the workout is the bicycle. It’s a great exercise that strengthens your core, the back of your legs and also stretches your hips and thighs at the same time. Start laying on your back, and then lift your hips and feet up towards the ...

Gained 33lbs of Athletic Muscle and 40 Years of Life!

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

The 2 images on the left were from early November 2008, just about to depart for Italy. The 2 on the right were from last week. So, ten months. Not a ten weeks steroid induced swell, BUT I have better range of motion, mobility, functional power, flexibility, mental stamina and ...

SPOILER ALERT: Why I didn’t want to release CSTGX!

Monday, April 20th, 2009

May I spoil the surprise of what's coming, what you're about to receive? If not, then just Go Here for the elementary benefits. If you want to delve deeper, then brave the spoilers you're about to discover and read on.. I felt very reluctant to release CSTGX because honestly, it magically ...

Expos’e: Socially-Irresponsible Fitness Companies

Saturday, March 28th, 2009

The videos embedded in this article are NSFW/NSFF (Not Safe for Work or Family)! Please don't view them in your workplace or with family or minors within viewing distance. This video contains nudity and violence not suited for the workplace, family or minors. But I feel an overwhelming sense of dread ...

Functional Compensation for Swipes

Monday, March 16th, 2009

One of the primary concepts in unique to the Circular Strength Training® System is training the functional opposite in order to maintain balance by compensating for the adaptations of the prior cycle of exercise (or sport skill) development.) As I've been working my way up to the Trial By Fire (TBF) ...