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(FIT4freedom) Video Workout Tutorial- Unilateral Puah- Phase 1 Workout 3

12 Sep

This is the third workout in Phase 1 consisting of pushing movements using one arm at a time


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(FIT4freedom) Video Workout Tutorial- Unilateral Pull- Phase 1 Workout 2

10 Sep

This is the second workout in Phase 1 consisting of pulling movements using one arm at a time


Link to .PDF of workoutCLICK HERE

Uni-Lateral Pulling Complex (1 Arm Dumbell Snatch & 1 Arm Dumbbell Deadlift)

8 Sep

FIT4freedom Gym Tour

8 Sep

My dream of having my own training facility has finally come true. I cant wait to start helping people change their lives.

WORKOUT TYPOLOGY—-> part 1: introduction (how to get good at everything)

8 Sep

The purpose of this series of articles is to explain the various areas of development an individual should consider when creating a balanced fitness program. Programs designed in this way allow for growth in several areas as opposed to sticking with one domain.

 In future posts each category will be examined individually, the overall objective is for you to be able to create a balanced program for yourself with a lifetime of improvement.


I break this down into four categories

  1.  Bodyweight Movement
  2. Weightlifting Movements
  3.  Metabolic Conditioning
  4. Mobility/Flexibility


 Bodyweight Movements: the ability to move ones body-weight through resistance is very important for real life strength. Push ups, pull ups, air squats, burpees, handstands the list is endless.


Weightlifting Movements: learning to perform compound lifts such as the Squat, Deadlift and Power Clean are essential. The combination of Power-Lifting and Olympic Movements provide an invaluable tool for growth.


Metabolic Conditioning: all the skill in the world will be useless if you are too tired to perform. Pushing yourself through tough workouts will not only develop your gas tank, it can also build unbreakable mental toughness that flows out into your everyday life.


Mobility/Flexibility: the most important but often overlooked area. Setting aside time to warm up and cool down is demanded if you are truly committed to your improvement. No excuses.