LEARN FROM MAX

Reasonable Eating Guidelines

For a long time now, my main focus on nutrition has been to eat real food and make it fit your lifestyle rather than vice-versa. A couple of tidbits that I have found most useful. 1) Is it food? Typically you are going to see that most “food products” include some sort of ingredients (usually about one-hundred of them) that you can’t decipher without a degree in chemistry, 2) Ingredients are more important than nutrition facts In general most people focus on the wrong thing when it comes to food labels. Fat, Carbs, etc are much lower on the totem … Continue reading

Safe, Fun, Effective–The Keys To Long Term Success

Staying engaged in your training isn’t always the easiest thing in the world, for some of us it actually can be monotonous to be deadlifting and squatting all the time (yes ,even me). One major component of success is to keep things fun and interesting. I am often asked what the best program out there for training is–and my response is always the same; “The one you’ll actually do.” I’m not joking, just being consistent and enjoying whatever it is you’re working on puts you so far ahead of the game it’s insane. Not only will the consistency itself pay … Continue reading

Fitness, Health, and Performance

One thing that sometimes gets lost in the shuffle of exercise is the primary focus. What is the primary focus of exercise? Is it being “in shape?” Performing at the highest level? How about being healthy? Read my latest below about how all three can exist together. http://rkcblog.dragondoor.com/fitness-health-performance/   Better Every Day, -Max

ABOUT MAX

about-max

Dedicated to the pursuit of Movement, Strength, Education

Max is a firm believer that everyone should be strong, capable, and confident to handle any situation regardless of age or gender. Apart from being very active in Martial Arts, Max plays tennis regularly and recommends that adults spend more time in physical “play.” Max has also received an Official Commendation from the United States Marine Corps for services rendered in the course of enhancing the athletic readiness of the 1st Anglico at Camp Pendleton. Learn More