Author Archives: Train On Main

Today’s routine

(5R iso row superset 10R push ups) 4 sets 1 min calf raises (7R iso row superset 10R push ups) 4 sets 1 min toe taps 7min run (5R iso chest press superset 10R pull ups) 4 sets 1 min … Continue reading

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No classes tomorrow, May 20th

Sorry my community, everyone needs a rest it seems. Classes will be back to normal Tuesday the 21st, enjoy your family time:)

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Perspective

I’m on vacation (YAY). I’ve taken a couple weeks off to go home to Africa, and what a change. 98% humidity and constant 35 degree temperatures tend to slow everybody down and put a little perspective on how we live … Continue reading

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Getting Better with Age

With age comes many things. The wisdom accrued through years of experience.  A few more wrinkles, oops, I mean laugh lines. A few extra well-earned pounds around the mid-section. Wait, what? Age may bring many things, but it certainly doesn’t mean … Continue reading

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No 10am or 8pm classes tomorrow (cause you don’t want to be around me when I fast) and What’s cool about Yom Kipur

I never really had a problem with the no washing, moisturizing, leather/sex thing. My biggest challenge was always food and water. I become a monster on Yom Kipur. So hungry I sometimes even forget to think about my wrongs, just … Continue reading

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What’s so hard about the paleo diet? It’s the Spartan Way!

It’s been an interesting week. Some started, some adopted and modified, some did not get it, and, well, some gave up…already. I’m talking about the Paleo diet 30 day challenge by Robb Wolf. Funny how we are so deep in … Continue reading

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September / October Xtrain classes, the paleo diet and why it’s going to cost you

Xtraining: I don’t even have to think about it – it’s a proven fact – “Cross training is a great way to condition different muscle groups, develop a new set of skills, and reduce boredom that creeps in after months … Continue reading

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