Cardio doesn’t work. Modern fitness “experts” have been pushing the idea that cardiovascular endurance training is the only way to get fit. But your body knows better. It’s why you dread that long, boring, painful workout. So don’t do it anymore. I have something better. And it’s the opposite of “exercise.” It’s easy to do, and it automatically re-trains your …
“It’s especially not my style to have you come in to my clinic and feel like you’re in a prison, or that there’s security between you and my staff. “Instead I want a big open space.” I was taking everyone on a tour of the wellness clinic inside my new Sears Center building. I had lunch delivered and gathered them …
I bet your doctor never told you this… as you age, cells in your lungs start to die off faster than you replace them – causing your lungs to shrink. And here’s the kicker: The smaller your lungs, the greater your chance of dying – of ALL causes.1 But I have proof that it’s completely preventable… even reversible. YOU can …
We all know the facts about New Year’s resolutions. Half of all Americans make a New Year’s resolution, but: by the end of the first week, 25% will break it 3 out of 4 people almost never succeed in keeping their resolutions only half will keep their resolutions for even six months only 10% will keep their resolutions all year …
If you want your sexiest, most attractive body, you can either starve yourself and beat yourself up doing an “extreme” fitness program…
… or you can use my new fitness video coming out this month.
Did you know that extreme workouts like “P90X” and “Insanity” claim to be new and different, but they’re really just more aerobics? They claim to get you in shape, but they only wear you out and injure you.
Do exercises with names like “hit the floor,” “attack jabs” and “mummy kicks” sound like they’ll make you stronger? Would you even want to do “suicide drills”? Sounds more like torture to me. It sounds insane. Since when is it ever a good idea to go insane?
I’ve been working on a major project for quite some time. It’s taken two years and it’s been a very grueling – but educational – process.
I decided that I wanted to make the best fitness product ever. And I wanted to make a DVD that would incorporate all of the principles of PACE that I’ve been working on for the past 10 years all at once.
And it’s finally done. It’s complete and it’s the culmination of a lifetime of effort. It’s the best I’ve ever done and I hope you like it…
You probably know someone who’s fallen and broken a hip. You may not know that it’s not just the elderly who fall, or break their hips. All seniors are at risk.
The risk doubles every five years after you turn 50. Nine out of 10 hip fractures happen to people over 60. And more than 25 percent of those people will develop complications and die within a year.1
No matter what your age or level of fitness, you can take a few simple steps – right away – to keep this from happening to you.
A new study tells a revealing story. Turns out, the signals to your muscles start to slow down as you get older, making it harder for your muscles to respond.
Researchers at the University of Delaware looked at how muscles respond when the cells that activate them, called neurons, send out electrical signals for the muscles to move.
They found that in the elderly, not only do muscles respond more slowly, but neurons actually fire less frequently. At first glance this seems to confirm the conventional wisdom that slowing down physically is an inevitable consequence of aging but there’s more…
It looks like the principles of my P.A.C.E. program are finally starting to be accepted. At least one, anyway. That training for intensity gives you greater benefit than training for endurance.
In the last few days I’ve seen articles on several conventional health websites explaining how good for you intense workouts are. Even the LA Times has a piece on it. The author concludes what I’ve known for years: The benefits of intense workouts edge out endurance exercises.
I applaud them for starting to come around to the idea, but they’re still not quite getting the whole picture.
“What’s going on out there?”
“It’s D.W. You know how she is since she’s been doing PACE… she brought her old pants in.”
I looked up from reading D.W.’s patient chart. “She brought her pants?”
“Well, she wore them. Her old belt, too.” My medical assistant M.T. was laughing now. “She’s so happy. She even told me, ‘My husband says I’m lookin’ hot now! He wants to do PACE so he can look good, too.’”
Have you heard about how fast P.A.C.E. gives you results?
It’s the easiest, quickest way to get lean and fit. P.A.C.E. works because it helps coach your body to do what it wants to do anyway. In almost no time, nature takes over and it becomes easy.