How have you been? How was your Thanksgiving?
It’s Jonathan Register (your fitness Coach). I can’t believe Thanksgiving has already come and gone.
Where has the time gone?
When it comes to my fitness journey things have not been good (just want to be 100% transparent with you).Continue reading
I shared with you this new blog post recently…
Inside I revealed for the first time my own personal challenge.
And that’s to get a full time six pack.
A full time six pack is simply this.
When you’re standing there (WITHOUT FLEXING)…
You can SEE your abs.
So you don’t have to flex to see your abs (when you have to flex, that’s a part time six pack, which is cool too)
And yes…Continue reading
Wanted to share some quick thoughts with you this morning…
This morning I’ve been working on a new version of this webclass.
And I was thinking about all the benefits and perks that we get from working out, and just living a fitness driven lifestyle.
One of the perks that literally brought me tears was this…Continue reading
(that was me taking a deep breath)
The past 3 weeks have been a whirlwind…
Here’s what’s gone down:Continue reading
I so hate doing this. I hate admitting failure (been a re-occurring theme for me here recently huh?) , but it needs to be done.
First, before I share this confession with you, not sure if you remember or not, but in a blog post I created for you end of June (this one here), I told you moving forward I’ve got 2 words I need to share with you.
I don’t think I ever shared those 2 words, so here they are…Continue reading
Hey everyone Brett Banford here and I have been meaning to address this topic for awhile now and that is how to calculate your target heart rate? Your target heart rate is very important and if you want to maximize the benefits that you get from cardiovascular activity then it is important that you know what your target heart rate (THR) is. It is not very hard to calculate, but there is a little bit of basic math involved. This post is going to give you a step by step guide of how to calculate your target rate. Continue reading