Throughout life others have made significant impact on how we view things. It begins with our parents instilling key values; and as time goes on friends and relatives infuse more influence on the way we act.Read More
How do we gauge our success? It can be summed up in one word "TEST", which
stands for Teamwork, Effort, Safety, and Triumph.
The first element "Teamwork" shows we came together as one, put aside our
allegiance to individualism and personal reservation, and made a commitment
to a greater cause. Though we did not know what the outcome would be,
nonetheless, we put our wager on the teamRead More
Everyone is so busy fulfilling his or her everyday jobs and commitments. People are working extra just to make ends meet. Their schedules are so pre-occupied that they cannot squeeze in even a single activity in their organizer anymore. The big question is amidst all this turmoil, are you living a healthy Kaizen lifestyle?Read More
Flexibility is one of the key ingredients that make up a complete training program. Unfortunately, it is often overshadowed by exercise dedicated to muscular strength and weight loss because of the latter’s more visible benefits. Nevertheless, focus should still be given to flexibility exercises as it yields a number of advantages to people who perform them regularly.Read More
Guest Author (FoundatioNutrition.com)
Protein is an essential nutrient for everyone, whether you workout regularly or not. Each type of protein offers different types and levels of essential amino acids and vitamins. However, unlike other essential “macronutrients”, like fats and carbohydrates, our bodies are unable to store proteins and therefore we require their regular ingestion to support bodily functions such as the building and repair of muscle in today’s busy world, protein supplementation can serve as an easy and effective way to help supplement your existing diet. Below, you will find 4 of 8 possible protein supplements to add to your existing diet.Read More
I felt compelled to create an entire post on this exercise because The dragon flag, a move named after its supposed inventor, Bruce Lee, isn’t just a flashy exercise that looks cool, It’s intense and very tough on your entire core. The key is to work it slowly.
Follow the simple steps below to master one of the hardest bodyweight exercises ever.Read More
You can SHRINK fat cells by losing weight, but the only way to ELIMINATE fat cells from your body is through the ever popular liposuction. Your fat cells are like little ballons filled with grease and butter (awesome I know).Read More
(Video Interview) JJ Watt, NFL Defensive End of the Houston Texans talks MOTIVATION with Tee Major. See the interview here....Read More
Understanding if you are an Ectomorph, Mesomorph, or an Endomorph can not only change they way you approach personal diet and nutriton, but it can also change the way you feel and the way you view your body when you look in the mirror...Read More
"Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." - Preamble to the Constitution of the WHO, 1946
Here are 12 researched strategies for sustainable happiness...Read More
I can't give you 30 points and 60% shooting from the field like LeBron James.
I can't throw a baseball with Derek Jeter like accuracy.
I can't explain finances like Warren Buffett.
I can't navigate a submarine through deep ocean waters.
There are many things I can't do and I have an excuse for all of them.
I have no excuse for not giving effort.
I can work hard.
I can set personal limits and break through them with violent perseverance.
I can overcome any obstacle in my path.
I can push to be my personal best, realize that is no longer my best, and set new definitions of what it means to be "my best".
I can be so mentally tough my body will be afraid to quit.
I can assure you every molecule in my body will be dedicated to greatness.
I can't stop.
I can't let you get in my way.
I can't give you excuses.
I can do this.
I will do this.
- Tee Major
When it comes to motivation and perseverance, some of it is intrinsic, yes. Some are born with the fire in their ass to get up and go. However, If we lack that internal motivation, or when it starts to waver (and it will), what can we do to get it (back)? Here are my 10 Keys to Fitness Consistency...Read More
When elite athletes want to improve their performance they go to high altitude levels to train. When they come back to sea level they perform much stronger, faster, and have increased endurance...Read More
I love training with bodyweight exercises. However, a proper weight training regiment should have a place in every fitness routine. Here are my reasons women should weight train...
Many people, not just women, dismiss weight training for a host of reasons. As a military trainer i've heard it all, "I don't want to bulk", "I don't know how", "I don't like people staring at me", and millions of other excuses. Truth is, I think the bottom line is people are afraid of what they don't know. So, in an effort to eleviate some of the anxiety and fear of weight training, here are my 8 reasons why women should weight train.Read More