I’ve Been Featured in Muscle and Fitness

I’ve Been Featured in Muscle and Fitness

I shared my 30-day push, pump, and stretch workout plan with Muscle and Fitness.

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“The Push, Pump, and Stretch Workout Program is for anyone. It’s basic enough for a beginner, while also being demanding enough for someone more seasoned.”

HOW IT WORKS

The Push, Pump, and Stretch is broken into three parts:

  • Part one is the “activation” or “push” part of the program. The “push” is an exercise performed for lower repetitions, but higher weight.
  • Part two is the “pump,” which is typically a superset or a higher-repetition exercise working to flood the muscle(s) with blood.
  • Finally, part three is the “stretch,” which is for improving circulation to allow more blood flow into the muscles being worked.

DIRECTIONS

On this plan, you’ll train three days on followed by one day off, followed by one more day on, and then two more days off. Parducci recommends chest and triceps in day one, back and biceps in day two, legs in day three, no training in day four, shoulders, traps, and abs in day five, then day six and seven are off again. Follow this plan for 4-8 weeks. Steadily increase the weight used with each week.

Watch and listen to how Parducci put on 35lbs of lean muscle mass in his Transformation Tuesday interview on mensfitness.com.

 

I’ve Been Featured in Consumer Health Digest

I’ve Been Featured in Consumer Health Digest

Check out my favorite couple workouts that you must try that I shared with Consumer Health Digest.

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“One of the reasons running could work well is that it allows you to engage each other in a conversation, and you could make it more fun if you can introduce a competition factor to see who can endure longer than the other without stopping.

It also gives you a chance to enjoy beautiful views, and this is why it’s advisable to choose a route that has interesting views so you can enhance the motivation.”

I’ve Been Featured in Project Swole

I’ve Been Featured in Project Swole

Check out the tips I provided in Project Swole on common sense summer fitness training tips.

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“Parducci encourages his clients to engage in active recovery efforts throughout their workdays. Simply walking to a colleague’s office rather than communicating via email can make a significant difference, and during the summer months it is particularly easy to find other enjoyable ways to engage in active recovery: some clients choose to walk or ride a bike to work, while others simply increase the frequency and duration of their dog’s walks and trips to the park.”

I’ve Been Featured in Mio Super Health

I’ve Been Featured in Mio Super Health

Check out my article in Mio Super Health where I reveal my top 7 exercises for people who don’t have time to work out.

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“While on your bed, don’t just retire to sleep before taking some few moments to do pushups. This could also come in handy in the morning immediately after waking up. You don’t need to rely on fitness programs that require a lot of time investment for you to achieve what you have always wanted.

All you need is some discipline and to take advantage of the little opportunities that come up during the day while going about your other chores.”

I’ve Been Featured in Prague Post

I’ve Been Featured in Prague Post

Check out my interview on Prague Post where I provide my insights on being a fitness coach and personal trainer.

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“No two people are the same, so their fitness programs shouldn’t be either. The first thing I have a client do is a complete a questionnaire that describes their athletic experiences, current activity levels, goals, medical and injury history, food allergies and preferences. With that in front of me, I design a custom diet and fitness program for that person. I try to capitalize on what they love to take the “work” out of the workout.”

I’ve Been Featured In Healthynewage

I’ve Been Featured In Healthynewage

Check out my QA on the importance of setting personal fitness goals on Healthynewage.com.

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SMART is an acronym that stands for specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-based, which means that any goals you set for yourself through training should meet the acronym’s basic standards. Therefore, it is important to recognize the value of the principles outlined in SMART goal setting because if you work toward achieving your SMART goals, there will be no doubt in your mind about whether or not you’ve accomplished one of your goals since there is no room for subjectivity in this approach.”

I’ve Been Featured in Patch

I’ve Been Featured in Patch

Check out my Patch feature where you can learn some of their best tips for developing an ideal Hollywood fitness program.

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“According to Dale, he has never encountered a circumstance in which he would even consider reusing a previous client’s program when working with a new client, primarily due to his belief that a training program must be built around the individual goals of the client and must also account for the client’s current physical abilities and limitations.”