Sunday, April 27, 2008

Muscle Building for Men and Women

* All Athletes - All Ages *

I need a really good reason to promote something. This is one of two that I feel would benefit any athlete. Muscle is important to performance. First you need it. Not just for lifting things but for providing the materials required that can be then trained for speed and quickness.

So, if you are an athlete who needs to gain mass for their sport then this is th emotherload. Vince is a Canadian and a Fitness Model who started out pin thin and learned the gainers secrets. He has all the information you need.

Vince works out of Hamilton but he is invited and travels around the world to present on his Muscle Gaining knowledge. It's a huge plus that he is a Canadian, in my books.

If you already know about Vince and his amazing product Click Here! to purchase!

Human Performance and Nutrition Expert
Dr. John Berardi Ph.D Didn't Hesitate To Recommend
This Program...Nuff Said!

"The principles of No Nonsense Muscle Building have helped Vince Delmonte transform from “Skinny Vinny” to a physique champion.

These principles have also helped hundreds of others increase their strength and muscle size.

If you’re looking for some of the best muscle-building information currently available, check out Vince Delmonte’s No Nonsense Muscle Building"

Dr John M Berardi
Adjunct Professor, University of Texas
Author of Scrawny to Brawny

That is high praise indeed!

Some success stories:

"Vince, I finished your book, very good. I will obviously re-read it a few more times over this week. There is a lot of info in there that i have to get used to.

Some concepts are really an eye opener for me and are pretty much common sense when you stop to think about it all.

I like the added physiology lessons... once you tear away all of the hype that bodybuilding mags put out there, you realize the truth."

Nello Miele
Ontario, Canada

Gained 62 lbs In Just One Year And Now Competing In First Bodybuilding Competition!

"Hey Vince, whats going on man, it's Brian Karschti... But yeah I just wanted to give you a little update on me here.....I'm 5'11 and sitting at 193 lbs. at about low 9% body fat.

As of January 1st I was able to pack on 62 lbs. of weight (mostly muscle) in just one year, too awesome... Thanks again man, if it wasn't for your book I couldn't have done it!!!

One more thing, as of June 8 (2008) I'll be up on stage in my first bodybuilding competition, I'm doing FAME, thats right!, LOL, so yea I'm stoked and can't wait....hope to hear back from you man, take it easy."

Brian Karschti
Ontario, Canada

"Gained Tons Of Lean Muscle And Lost 10 Pounds..."

"When I reflect on how weak and out of balanced my muscles and mind were I know I have come along way and could not have gotten this healthy on my own.

I have lost 10 pounds, gained lean muscle and have 23% body fat.

Wow I feel great"

Erin Teeft
Ontario, Canada

This is a fantastic product with tons of success stories.

Don't wait a minute more if you need to gain muscle mass.

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Go get em!

Saturday, April 26, 2008

I Have to Know!


Not much sense in my tapping away on the keyboard if I don't know what your main interests are.

So on the right hand side there is a little survey. Please give me some feedback on what you'd like to see more information on.

I am looking forward to hearing what you have to say.

Then, the moment your done, get up and move around a bit. You've probably been in front of the computer too long, like me. Time for me to get outside!

Have a good one. Thanks again.

In health,


Thursday, April 24, 2008

How to Plant

No shrubbery here.

This information would have saved my ankle back in the day.

When you are going to change direction and/or speed it is important to plant the foot firmly on the ground. All of it. Heel and everything else.

In the beginning don't try to make a high speed direction speed change on your toes. The next step will be on the toes, of course. And based on your agility there should be a small (acute) shin-ground angle. That means the push off is will produce more power in the direction that you want to accelerate in.

No go forth and start breaking the opponents ankles! (figuratively speaking, of course)

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Complete Athletic Development for Youths


There is no risk to promoting Brian Grasso's Complete Athletic Development so early in the life of my blog. I have not seen it's equal.

Brian is a Canadian who has been transplanted south of the border. He has been flown around the world to talk about his ground breaking techniques in Athletic Development.

If you already know what I am talking about you can order the complete package here!

With testimonials like this you can see why he is so widely respected:

"I have dedicated my life to the pursuit of learning how to best develop athletic ability in young athletes. I have researched it, applied it practically and now teach it to professionals worldwide. The information offered in this collection is precisely what more Trainers and Coaches need to hear."

Dr. Kwame Brown
Neuro-Scientist & Motor Skill Development Expert


"After reading Training Young Athletes - The Grasso Method by Brian Grasso, there is no doubt who is leading the industry in youth coaching. I have basically taken all my books on youth training and put them in storage - The Grasso Method covers it all! I highly encourage coaches and trainers of young athletes to make this book your next purchase. You won't believe the difference it will make!"

Lee Taft
World Class Speed Coach

And here is an mp3 audio testimonial from Richie Whall,Young Athlete Coach from Cheshire, England.

Complete Athlete Development Home

You can see why I back it up as well. I've been following Brian's work for over a year now and I can say I have never been led astray. The information and his motivation is fantastic.

If you want to take your athletics to the next level, this is the program for you!

Click here to get your copy right now.

You will NOT be disappointed.

Who's looking out for you?

In health,


Complete Athlete Development Home

Saturday, April 19, 2008

On Site Hop & Stop Testing

This test reliably measure force production, force absorption and symmetry between the lower extremities.

When you read the numbers on injuries they are hard to grasp. Then when I began to shop the knee test around I immediately was told of friends and family members who have busted or really sore knees.

Knee pain comes from a variety of factors: ability to produce force through the knee, force absorption and symmetry. Why symmetry? If one knee is always favoured over the other, one of them is either going to wear out or the other is going to be asked to do a little too much some time. Neither is a good situation!

And incredibly girls are 3 times more likely to injure a knee. Some studies indicate a higher risk than this but they weren't well referenced.

Here is a short clip that shows one of jumps measured in the test. We would have measured from the toe from start to landing. This particular aspect of the test does not require the participant to "stick the landing".

What's important here? Isolating the power leg and keeping the swing leg static. Measurements are much easier to record reliably, crunch and assess.

The complete test, assessment and programming can be done on location and takes approximately an hour. If you have a team or an athlete that could use or needs to have a reliable test that can be used to create a lower extremity fitness program and be able to follow it up reliably drop me a note and we'll discuss the possibilities.

In health,


Thank you to this client who allowed me to film this and use it for demonstration purposes.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Over 3.5 million student athletes are injured every year in North America! Over 150,000 just in the gym (Periodization by Tudor Bompa).

Want more ice time? Want more court time? Want to have the kind of exposure that might land you a scholarship? Then what is the one thing you have to train smart to avoid?

If you said injuries then pat yourself on the back.

So becoming a better athlete is going to take more than lifting heavy in the gym.

The balance comes in training for results while taking into consideration the current level of the athlete. We want to enhance skills without hindering the long term development. Promote performance and inhibit injuries.

Girls and boys can benefit from athletic specific training that will reduce their risk of injury and increase the enjoyment of their athletic lifestyle. This kind of fun they can take with them for life. Considering less than 1% of high-school athletes turn pro this is an important consideration.

You don't want your first lessons to lead to a road of injuries. Safe effective training techniques for gains will needs the experience of a professional trainer to take you to the next level.