The Ultimate Push Up in 3 Steps

First in the 6 foundational movements series is the push up.

You may have had or are currently having difficulty with this movement. In this blog I will outline and demonstrate the 3 steps to improve positioning, coordination, and endurance.

 

1. Position: Alignment, Feet, and Elbows 

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4 Steps to STAY Motivated and Consistent in Your Training and Your life

Im a big believer that : Motivation gets you to the door , self discipline drives you where you want to go. 

Whatever motivated you to start this journey (health issue, performance edge, partner, etc ) gets you to start, but what keeps you going is the practice of self discipline.

Adversity...

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6 Foundational Movements You Need To Master

fitness training tips Nov 09, 2020

Before you start thinking about lifting heavier, more dynamic, or increasing intensity, you need to assess your proficiency in what I consider are the 6 foundational movements.

 

Here are the movements:

  1. Push (Horizontal) → Push Up
  2. Pull (Vertical or Horizontal )  → Pull Up
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How to breath during meditation and Qigong

One of the biggest struggles early on in my Qigong practice was the breath-work. It was very difficult to synchronize meditation, movement, and breathing all at the same time. In this blog I will teach you how I was able to put it altogether.

 

One mInd, one breath

In Chinese martial...

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Are you training too much??

You may be at the point where you're training consistently but you're feeling a little off, to the point where your health and performance is starting to suffer. 

Very often I find people following the No Pain, No Gain mindset . Putting their bodies through high stress loads while chasing a...

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5 steps to a more calm and grounded mind

Most people are constantly on the go with errands to do, responsibilities to uphold, family to care for, and of course our own health and training to manage. It can be so overwhelming.

I myself am prone to anxiety and overthinking. At times it feels like my mind is running a million miles per...

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The 4 Requirements to being an Athlete

So what exactly is an athlete?

My definition of an athlete is a little different from what you might find in a quick google search.

To me there are specific requirements (4 of them actually ) to being an athlete, and it doesn't involve being a professional or an expert. Rather than a label,...

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Qigong Massage to Activate, Nourish, and Clear the Body

I tend to see stress, injury, and disease as accumulations or build ups in the body. These accumulations can happen either abruptly (acute) or over time (chronic ). 

A great way to go about addressing these accumulations  in your daily routine is through a meditation...

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Why Injuries Happen and How to Avoid Setbacks

So you have had some injuries in the past that kept you from staying active or maybe you're dealing with nagging issues right now and you’re not sure why. You’re not alone and keep reading to learn why and how to avoid these setbacks.

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The human body is a...

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QiGong Warm Up and Daily Mobility Routine

For a strong healthy body there needs to be a practice placed on the health of our joints, tendons, and our ability to use in controlled range of motion.

Through the education of one of my mentors, Chad Bailey, a martial art instructor here in Miami, I learned about a basic yet powerful...

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