General fitness has always been important in my life, even before I started into the Adult entertainment business I worked out like an athlete. I was an AFA certified trainer for close to 10 years so if you have any questions I would love to help you achieve your fitness and nutrition goals. Here is a little bit of my fitness history and the kind of workouts I enjoy. Good Luck and Never give up!
I began weight training at an early age, I was taught by many ex bodybuilders and retired football players that use to workout at the Philadelphia Athletic Club. Those guys opened a lot of doors for my fitness future. Shortly after the Athletic Club was shut down I moved to another gym called the Center City YMCA where my fitness stepped up to a new level. I studied the art of training and how I could improve my body both physically and mentally. My training helped me excel in sports as well as everyday life. I really never looked back ever since.
As I've gotten older I've changed my programs through the years. Weight training exerts the most energy which burns the most calories, cardio helps with burning fat tissue around the muscle and helps with heart rate and blood circulation. Still to this day I workout at least 5 times a week, weight training 5 days a week is tough I won't lie so when I hit the weights real hard for a fews weeks I take a week off and just do cardio. Biking, running, swimming, step master you name it. At least an hour and half of it on a empty stomach in the morning. Working out in the morning is the best workout because your muscle are more aware and you burn almost double the calories.
Weight training is split in into 6 parts, back, shoulders, biceps, triceps, chest and legs. I make sure to work one everyday on a 5 day a week program. On one of those days I double it up and do 2 body parts. Even when I am weight training I find a way to fit cardio in for at least 30 minutes.
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