Monthly Archives: May 2009

Increasing the Difficulty




There is always a way to increase the difficulty of exercises. Whether it is inverted rows, split squats, or core exercises, the TRX trainer adds a unique level of difficulty to all of those exercises. They are so effective in workouts that I have 8 of them in my weight room. If there was one functional piece of equipment that I would recommend to you, that does not take up a ton of space, it would be the TRX trainer.

Navigating the New Site

I wanted you to take a minute to look around the new site of Game Fit Performance.  One of the major differences is the appearance.  Look at the side bar and notice some of the services that I provide through Game Fit Performance Training, LLC.  Also, updates will occur on a regular basis now.  My site continues to be a work in process but I hope that you continue to come back to see all the updates that will occur on a regular basis.  Thanks again for following me on Game Fit Performance.

The Art of Blogging

It’s funny to me that I am writing this post about blogging. One of my former interns, Paul Connolly, would occasionally talk to me about websites and blogs. I remember being hesitant about joining the “blog race.” But for those of you who have followed my recent attempts at blogging, you’ve noticed that I have been a bit more regular on the blogging trail. With that all being said, I still wanted to learn a little more about the benefits of blogging. So I picked up this book. For those of you interested in starting or improving your blog, I would recommend reading this book. The author does a great job giving readers some learning tidbits as well as suggestions on how to be a successful blogger. After reading this book, I am excited to see where the Game Fit Performance Blog goes.

>Increasing the Difficulty

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There is always a way to increase the difficulty of exercises. Whether it is inverted rows, split squats, or core exercises, the TRX trainer adds a unique level of difficulty to all of those exercises. They are so effective in workouts that I have 8 of them in my weight room. If there was one functional piece of equipment that I would recommend to you, that does not take up a ton of space, it would be the TRX trainer.

>Navigating the New Site

>I wanted you to take a minute to look around the new site of Game Fit Performance.  One of the major differences is the appearance.  Look at the side bar and notice some of the services that I provide through Game Fit Performance Training, LLC.  Also, updates will occur on a regular basis now.  My site continues to be a work in process but I hope that you continue to come back to see all the updates that will occur on a regular basis.  Thanks again for following me on Game Fit Performance.

>The Art of Blogging

>It’s funny to me that I am writing this post about blogging. One of my former interns, Paul Connolly, would occasionally talk to me about websites and blogs. I remember being hesitant about joining the “blog race.” But for those of you who have followed my recent attempts at blogging, you’ve noticed that I have been a bit more regular on the blogging trail. With that all being said, I still wanted to learn a little more about the benefits of blogging. So I picked up this book. For those of you interested in starting or improving your blog, I would recommend reading this book. The author does a great job giving readers some learning tidbits as well as suggestions on how to be a successful blogger. After reading this book, I am excited to see where the Game Fit Performance Blog goes.

Seminar Recap

Last week I had written a post discussing a coaching seminar that I had the oppurtunity to attend.  One of the speakers was Michael Boyle.  Michael spoke on the topic of mental toughness and discipline in the weight room.  For those of you who have heard Michael speak before, you can appreciate his straight forward delivery of his presentations.  I have had the fortune to know and work with Michael for about 17 years.  In fact, I was his first intern back when we were both a few years younger!  I remember listening to an older presentation of his at a Perform Better Summit on the importance of taking interns as well as other topics that have helped him become the success that he is today.