Power Plate uses the principles of Acceleration Training™ to stimulate the body’s natural response to vibration. These vibrations transmit waves of energy throughout the body, activating muscle contractions between 25 and 50 times per second. Results are prevalent amongst users that train on Power Plate for as little as 25-30 minutes per day, three days a week.
Specialties: TRAINING . NUTRITION . TRAVEL Certifications: Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist Bio: “A workout you’ll look forward to.” — SHAPE Magazine A Los Angeles based fitness professional and personal trainer who has developed his very own “Freeze” technique, Lalo Fuentes inspires clients with his consistent message, “take a second to connect.” Fuentes […]
Certifications: NASM- certified personal Trainer CPR – certified -ACA healthcare provider BLS/CPR certified OSA – Le Cordon Bleu Pasadena CA – Chef TRX – Certified Trainer Specialties: Size and strength training, weight loss program,TRX suspension training, kick boxing class, nutrition counseling, program design, body sculpting. Bio: A fully qualified personal trainer with 3 years experience […]
We love our homeboy champ, Manny Pacquiao. Train like Manny with this boxing workout from his coach: Freddie Roach’s Hard Day of Training Start your day in the gym with a long run starting at about 6 AM and then follow Roach’s exercise routine. 5-Mile Run (Decreased distance with increased sparring) Shadow Boxing […]
Make some salmon this spring! All types of salmon provide a good source of high quality protein and the heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids. The fat and omega-3 content varies from one species to another. Total fat content ranges from approximately 4 to 11 grams per 3 ounce cooked serving. Omega-3 fatty acid content ranges […]
There are many types of squat movements like: body weight, jump, barbell even kneeling squats. Change it up but whatever you do, you have to include squats in your regular staple of lower body workouts.
You can roughly guess your body fat percentage by looking at your midsection in the mirror. If you have no visible abdominal muscles, you are likely over 20% body fat (or over 30% for women). If you can see partial outlines of your abs, you are likely 15-19% (25-29% for women). If you can see […]