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 […]
Crossing the finish line after a grueling 26.2 miles is experiencing the ultimate high. However, new runners should not feel pressed to rush to the marathon; to begin the racing experience with the marathon is to start at the wrong end. Give yourself time and experience racing the shorter distances. Running a marathon is not […]
Don’t look like an old horse and let your back sag when you use TRX cables or do suspension training! If the hips are allowed to sag while in suspension or during any other exercise, pressure will be placed on the lumbar spine, which will lead to back pain. If you can’t keep your hips […]
Collard Greens…the new Kale! It’s a great source of fiber, has potent anti-cancer properties and is rich in vitamins. We love this yummy recipe (great for lunch to power you through the rest of your busy day) from Kate the cook: Lemony Collard Greens Pasta Author: Cookie and Kate Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: […]
We loved Pharrel’s boundless joy singing ‘Happy’ at the Oscars last night. Here’s a list of other Oscar tunes worth working out to: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/24/oscar-workout-music-oscars-songs_n_2736213.html
Don’t rely on spanx for your red carpet moment! Try this move at home and tighten up that junk in your trunk: Pelvic Tilt: Begin by lying face up on the floor, knees bent, ankles under knees and tilt your hips up, keeping your butt on the floor and flattening your spine. Hold for a […]