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An authentic surge of motivation will change your life immediately. Hire a personal trainer, me and discover what's possible. 

The best part of my day is seeing clients just like you achieve amazing results. Whether you drop a few sizes, lose the baby weight, get off your blood pressure meds, or shrink your waist, the excitement is always contagious.

It’s hard to describe that euphoria that settles in once you’ve achieved your fitness goal. It’s one of those things that you have to experience to understand.

Every single one of my clients who have achieved massive results have ONE THING IN COMMON…

They are all highly motivated.

I am in a unique position. I know how to get you (or anyone else who walks through my door) into great shape. I can coach you through a 50-pound weight loss. I can guide you to a healthier body. I can even train you into a toned athlete.

But there is one catch.

You’ll need to be motivated.

Just saying, or even just thinking, that you want to get into great shape isn’t enough. You need motivation—and that’s just half of the equation. The other part (and the most important) is ACTION.

Nothing happens until you take action.

You can want it, think about it, mull it over, ponder it, plan it, and then re-plan it. But nothing happens until you take action.

While I may not know your story—it’s probably safe to assume that you want to drop fat and tone up. You want to look better, to have more energy, to experience fewer aches and pains, and to enjoy sweet satisfaction as you achieve your goals once and for all.

I know that all of my successful clients were once in your shoes. They wanted to change their bodies. They felt urgency. And then they did what most fail to do. They took action and contacted me.

But there is more to it than that. They then committed to a program, put in the exercise, stuck to their diet and met their goals. There’s nothing more gratifying than getting back into those jeans that now sit in the back of your closet.

People who take massive action get massive rewards. And those that simply talk about losing weight will continue to put weight on, pound after pound. I hate to put it that way, but it’s the truth.

So what do you want?

  • To drop 40 pounds
  • To feel younger
  • To look better in your birthday suit
  • To become healthier

How bad do you want it? How much motivation do you have? Enough to take MASSIVE ACTION?

The rewards are great IF you do.

Your first step is to call or email me now to get started! Let’s do this.

Hire a personal trainer you can trust. 

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Posture Challenge

Posture Challenge For Your Health.

Your posture has a VERY powerful impact on how you act and feel – how deeply you breathe, your energy levels, and believe it or not….. even your level of confidence!  (and the list goes on.)

This week, we’re going to hone in on our posture and pay attention to any bad habits we’ve picked up over the years.

When you were a teenager, did you have a “helpful” adult constantly nagging at you to stand up or sit up straight?  Well as adults, we might need that helpful voice even more!

Pretty much everything we do (from sitting at the computer, to driving in a car) works AGAINST us when it comes to having good posture - if we’re not VERY careful.

It’s too easy to lose focus on your posture…. and before you know it, your shoulders start rounding forward, your lower back starts to ache, and your hips start to get tight.  Nothing positive can ever come out of this. 

When circulation is decreased, you start to experience back and neck pain and lose the ability to stay focused and motivated.  You’ll experience higher levels of stress, your mood will be negatively affected, digestion will suffer…. and the list goes on and on.

Posture Challenge:

Try this:  “Good” posture means that you stand with your feet hip-width apart, knees slightly bent, pelvis in neutral position – i.e., neither pushing front nor back. Your core should be gently braced, with your chest tall and your shoulders slightly back, chin in neutral position (not jutting your chin forward).

Below is a quick guide from the National Academy of Sports Medicine:

How did you do?  It’s trickier than you think! If you have an imbalance, it can be really hard to get everything all lined up the way it is supposed to be – changing one part of the equation can throw off the others. Getting it right can require time, paying ATTENTION to your posture, and patience.

So, your challenge this week is to work to improve your posture! 

----> How about this: Whenever you CHECK THE TIME, do a quick posture check.  What do you think!? 🙂

Posture Challenge Issued by Personal Trainer Greg Jasnikowski

If you want to improve your posture, flexibility and overall well-being consider joining our free facebook group when you can follow live broadcasts provided by Greg Jasnikowski to help you improve your posture, join mobility and core strength. 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/bbgstepup


Fastest Way To Health by Paul Chek

Paul Chek's Wisdom For Your Benefit! 

Part 1

In part 1 of this 6-part series, Paul explains his view on the fastest way to health.

This is not through magic pills and protein powders, the latest fad diet or trendy exercise program. There is no silver bullet to health other than being truly honest with yourself.

To learn more about this topic, read Paul's

blog: http://www.paulcheksblog.com/

Visit Paul on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paulchekspage

ATTENTION Viewers:

Please be advised that this forum is not intended for personal therapy.

Paul Chek does his best to share education and resources to help you live a healthier, more full life. If you have applied what he shares here, and are looking for more, here are some resources to check out:- "How To Eat, Move and Be Healthy!" - book- "The Last 4 Doctors You'll Ever Need - How To Get Healthy Now!" - multimedia ebook- "You Are What You Eat!" - audio/workbook program- "Healing Fungal and Parasite Infections - The Absolute Essentials" - DVD or online course- "The 1-2-3-4 For Overcoming Addiction, Obesity and Disease" - online program

Part 2

Part 2 of Paul's 6-part series on the Fastest Way to Health, which is to be honest with yourself!

In this video Paul discusses Dr. Happiness, one of "The Last 4 Doctors You'll Ever Need".

Dr. Happiness is the overarching umbrella that contains the other three doctors, Dr. Movement, Dr. Diet and Dr. Quiet. Dr. Happiness helps us define what makes us happy - and this is what makes US happy, not what other people think we should be doing, feeling or being to be happy. Exploring Dr. Happiness and being honest with ourselves helps us to determine our dreams, goals and core values. It is only once we are clear on these that we can truly become healthy in body~mind~spirit.

Part 3

Part 3 of Paul's 6-part series on the Fastest Way to Health, which is to be honest with yourself!

In this video Paul discusses Dr. Movement, one of "The Last 4 Doctors You'll Ever Need".

Paul looks at what is needed to have baseline health, which as far as movement is concerned means, how much and what type of movement do you need?

He also talks about dream-specific conditioning - you'll have to watch the video to find out more about this! Dr. Movement also encompasses movement of the mind and emotions, as well as the body and Paul touches on both these topics too.

Part 4

Part 4 of Paul's 6-part series on the Fastest Way to Health. The fastest way to health is simply just to be honest with yourself! In this video Paul discusses Dr. Diet, one of "The Last 4 Doctors You'll Ever Need" and he shares some key diet tips you can apply that will create noticeable changes in your health and vitality.

To learn more about this topic, read Paul's blog: http://www.paulcheksblog.com/Visit Paul on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paulchekspage

Part 5

Part 5 of Paul's 6-part series on the Fastest Way to Health, which is simply just to be honest with yourself! In this video Paul focuses on Dr. Quiet and the importance of sleep as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Part 6

This is the final video in Paul's 6-part series, "The Fastest Way to Health", where he explores 4 Doctor integration and ties together the topics covered in the previous five parts.

To learn more about this topic, read Paul's blog: http://www.paulcheksblog.com/

Visit Paul on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paulchekspage

ATTENTION Viewers:

Please be advised that this forum is not intended for personal therapy.

Paul Chek does his best to share education and resources to help you live a healthier, more full life. If you have applied what he shares here, and are looking for more, here are some resources to check out:-

"How To Eat, Move and Be Healthy!" - book-

"The Last 4 Doctors You'll Ever Need - How To Get Healthy Now!" - multimedia ebook-

"You Are What You Eat!" - audio/workbook program-

"Healing Fungal and Parasite Infections - The Absolute Essentials" - DVD or online course-

"The 1-2-3-4 For Overcoming Addiction, Obesity and Disease" - online programIf you are looking for a skilled C.H.E.K Practitioner and or CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Coach for yourself or your loved one, please seek a qualified C.H.E.K Institute-Trained Professional in your area....there are over 10,000 world wide!http://www.chekconnect.comVisit http://www.chekinstitute.com and http://www.ppssuccess.com to learn more about Paul Chek's work, courses and programs.

2018

Training in 2018! 

January 1 - Strength Training - Dead Lift - Shoulders - Kettle Bells - Rowing

Good workout. Got my HR to 177. Deadlift PR. Getting stronger! 


January 2 - Half hour stretching session at home. Shoulders, Mid Back, Lower Back.  This is available for everyone in our Free Facebook Group


January 3 - JiuJitsu. Guard Passing Line Drills. Rolling couple rounds with higher rank guys. Good day on the mats.


January 4 - Rower 10 min 2580 meters. The goal is to hit or pass 2750. Chest PRESS felt really good. Lat pull down. On both exercises increased weight comparing to the previous workout.


January 5 - 5.000 meters on the stationary rower in 20 minutes. Kettle bell swings, Abs and Back. Steam room and cold shower. It's good to feel alive. No pictures from steam room or shower here ha ha.  but just to stay motivated....


January 6 - 6 hours of snow skiing. What a great day and great workout. Only problem was 4 degrees below zero. I had to buy new gloves bc my old pair did not provide enough protection for my fingers. Great sunny but cold day. 3 pm till 9 pm up and down the hill together with my buddy Albert. 


January 7 - 2.5 hours of jiujitsu. Warm up jiujitsu specific. Pressure passing. Rolling. 


January 8 - Today I could not train as planned. I spent half of my day at car dealership fixing a few issues. I ran out of time for training. I was able to do some shoulder mobility work at home in the evening and got a shoulder massage with a massager. 


January 9 -  Stretching session in am 


January 10 - JiuJitsu! Knee slice from open guard. Good rolls with Pedro, Andrew, DJ, Jo, Euras. 


January 11 - 30 minutes of stretching in the morning - splits. JiuJitsu training in the evening. Drillers are Killers. 


January 12 - Off 


January 13 - Recovery training. Lots of stretching. Fat burning Cardio and few accessory strength exercises for arms.



January 14 - Sunday morning jiujitsu session. 3 hours of total focus on learning! 


January 15 16 17 - The flu got the best of me. No training for me. Not even work for me. It sucks but... I'LL BE BACK 🙂 


January 18 - Back to the gym! - Cardio 


January 19 - Light workout including stretching. Still recovering from this stupid flu.


January 20 - Good lifting session with Ajay. Upper body. Bench press, Flies, Sited rows, Bend over rows and cardio rower. Still feeling little weaker but at least I was able to pump it up! 


January 21 and 22 - JiuJitsu ! 


January 23 - Stretching


January 24 - High Volume Strength Training 120 reps! 


January 25 - Stretching 


January 26 - Off 

13 Good Reasons To Exercise

What's The Point?

Let's face it, some days you just don't feel like exercising.

You get too busy, too stressed and quite simply too tired. 

Here's a list of 13 of the top reasons to exercise. Pull out this list and read it when you're having one of those days. 


1.To Prevent Disease
Exercise has been proven to reduce the risk of just about every single health problem known to man, from stroke to heart disease to cancer and osteoporosis. Exercise is also a great defense against type 2 diabetes, which is one of the most widely growing diseases of our time. 

2.To Look Great
Exercise firms your body, improves posture and even makes your skin glow. Looking your best is a wonderful result of regular exercise. 

3.To Lose Weight and Keep It Off
Exercise burns fat and prevents future fat storage. If you want to have a thinner, healthier body, exercise is the answer. 

4.To Have More Energy
Anyone who exercises regularly will tell you that they are more energetic, less easily irritated and are more peaceful. 

5.To Sleep Better
Exercise boosts energy levels, but also wears you out. It makes you feel more vibrant during the day and sleep better at night. 

6.To Age Slower
Exercise is one of the most effective ways to fight aging. When you age your body loses muscle and bone, while the loss of both are drastically reduced with regular exercise. Exercise also helps reduce inflammation. 

7.To Relieve Back Pain
In most cases, the best thing that you can do for back pain is to move and strengthen those muscles. Consult your physician or physical therapist for guidance. 

8.To Ease Depression
Exercise has been proven to reduce depression – sometimes even as effectively as medication. Just chalk this up as yet another amazing benefit to exercise. 

9.To Reduce Aches and Pains
By strengthening muscles around your damaged joints you're able to use exercise to reduce joint pain and overall aches. Always consult your physician before starting an exercise program, especially if you have chronic joint pain. 

10.To Stay Mentally Sharp
Exercise has been shown to improve memory and other cognitive functions, and seems to have a protective effect against dementia. A Harvard University researcher called exercise "Miracle-Gro for the brain." 

11.To Enjoy Your Lifestyle
Whatever it is that you love in life – your kids, travel, sports, fashion - it is all more enjoyable when experienced in a fit and healthy body. Exercise so that you are able to enjoy all the great things in life. 

12.To Reduce Sick Days
People who exercise regularly are 50% less likely to call in sick to work. A regular exercise program reduces colds and upper respiratory infections. 

13.To Boost Confidence
Being fit, feeling healthy and having energy are all building blocks to having great confidence. There is no better confidence booster than sticking with a regular exercise program. 

Regular exercise gives you so many amazing benefits, as you've seen from the above list. Call or email me today to get started on the exercise program that will change your life forever.

walnuts




Power Food: Walnuts

Enjoy This One Food That Will Protect Your Heart, Fight Cancer,
and Sharpen Your Mind

For several decades, nuts were withheld from a healthy diet due to their higher fat content. However, we now know that nuts are an extremely important part of a heart healthy diet and walnuts could be the best for you.

Ancient Power Food

People have been eating walnuts for thousands of years, with reports of walnut trees being grown as far back as the Roman Empire in 7,000 B.C.  In ancient Persia, walnuts were a food for royalty.

Their popularity caused them to be traded and bartered all across the world by English merchants, earning them the name English Walnuts, despite never being grown in England.

Today, walnuts are grown all over the world, but California is responsible for 99% of the walnuts used in the United States.

Let's look at some of the health benefits of walnuts and how you can start including them in your diet.

A Nutrient Package That is Hard to Beat

Walnuts are a very versatile health food with several unique health boosting components. Like most nuts, walnuts are high in good fats.

One serving of walnuts contains 13 grams of polyunsaturated fats (including the coveted omega-3 fats). Decades of scientific research show that this type of fat will reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes.

You may not realize that walnuts also contain extremely high levels of antioxidants. Researchers from the University of Oslo in Norway found that walnuts contained more antioxidants than 1,111 other foods tested, second only to blackberries. Antioxidants play an important role in our bodies, by fighting molecules in our bodies called free radicals, which, if left to their own devices, can accelerate signs of aging and cardiovascular disease.

One serving of walnuts, just less than 1/4 cup, contains 2 grams of fiber and is a good source of two important minerals: magnesium and phosphorous.

Walnuts and Your Heart

In 2003, a study was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition which reviewed all of the available research on walnuts and their impact on cardiovascular disease. The researchers found that eating walnuts consistently will reduce the risk of heart disease. Many scientists believe that eating just 1.5oz of walnuts each day is enough to produce this reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.

Walnuts and Cancer

An incredible study using animals to investigate the effects that eating walnuts has on breast cancer, showed that daily walnut consumption slowed the growth of breast cancer tumors by half.

Walnuts and Your Mind

More animal research published in the British Journal of Nutrition showed that eating walnuts daily was shown to reverse age-related cognitive decline.

The ability of walnuts to impact so many different diseases and aspects of your heath is most likely due to their broad nutrient package which fights inflammation.

Walnuts in Your Diet

So how can you add walnuts to your diet?

Walnuts can be added, along with blueberries, to Greek yogurt for a nutritious and fast breakfast. They also are the perfect addition to smoothies, as they have a neutral flavor and they won’t settle to the bottom of your blender like almonds.

At lunchtime, you can replace the nutritionally void croutons on your salad with walnuts. You will still have the added crunch that croutons bring, but you'll be getting over 2 grams of heart-protecting omega-3 fat, alpha linolenic acid and no refined carbohydrates. Walnuts have 5 times more alpha linolenic acid than pecans, and most nuts don't have any.

Ground up walnuts go great on top of salmon or mixed into your favorite chili.

Or, just add a small handful of walnuts as a mid-afternoon snack instead of reaching for chips or pretzels.

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