Writing Strength Training Program For My Trainees: A Brief Review

An effective strength training program prioritizes the musculoskeletal capacity and its limitations, and the manner in which it functions and interacts with other organ systems: physiology.

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Squatting 0 to 100 Kilograms in 100 Days

Here’s my trainee Anoop squatting 100 kilograms x 5 repetitions. He’s gone from 0 to 100 kilograms in 100 days.

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Barbell Squats – The Treatment for Lower Back Pain

Here’s me (Macedonio) squatting 374 lbs (170 kilos) x 7 Repetitions WITHOUT A LIFTING BELT. This is not only an…

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Squat Technique: Setting Correct Joint Angles

Here’s a video of my trainee Neha squatting 110 lbs (50 kgs) x 5 Repetition Maximum with optimum technique. Neha didn’t…

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Strength Training: The Process

Here’s my trainee Ebrahim squatting 220 lbs (100 kilograms) x 5 Repetition Maximum. At our first meeting Ebrahim and I discussed…

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International Women’s Day 2019

On this International Women’s Day I’m thrilled to share a video compilation of my women trainees who lifted (single lift)…

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81-Year-Old Trainee – Seniors Biomechanics Classes for Painful Joints with Macedonio

Watch how my 81-year-old trainee Huzorie went from having difficulty standing up because of joint pain to saying “Oh Gosh! This…

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Sharing Cancer

With this article I’m attempting to address the growing trend of sharing cancer treatments via social media. Yes, we all know that social media platforms are a great medium to share health related information. However, investigations are paramount since the treatment can be a sham and may directly (or indirectly) result in a patient’s death.

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Women’s Health & Fitness: The Overweight Confusion

There are “overweight” women out there who have the same body fat percentage as that of normal weight or underweight…

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Children’s Health: Effects of Fitness Events/Activities on Physical Growth and Development – Part I

Time and again I have spoken about stopping “excessive” aerobic (cardiovascular) exertion because it will never benefit you from a health stand-point.…

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