Jonathan has been a professional fitness trainer since 1995. He has worked extensively with one-on-one training clients at corporate gyms and at the training studio in his home. Jonathan has earned certifications from ACE, NCSF, ISSA (including a certification in Youth Fitness Training), The American Kettlebell Club, and CrossFit.
Deadlifts AMRAP in 30 minutes at 85-90% of max (As discussed before in the topic of Dan John’s categories of “Sorta Max”, “Max”, “Max Max”, and “Max Max Max”, we’re doing these as percentages of your “Sorta Max”, or what you could come in and top-out at on any given day) Post results to comments more »
CrossFit WOD MetCon 12 rounds on the minute of: – 5 front squats (95/65 lbs) – Max knees-to-elbowsScore is total number of Knees-to-elbows completed in the WOD SWOD: – Bench press 3×5, 5+ OR 4×6 @ 60% alternating with – Barbell rows, sets of 8-12 Gettin’ Stronger WOD will do the SWOD before the MetCon
Help DEFY! conquer Childhood Cancer with St. Baldrick’s! http://www.stbaldricks.org/participants/mypage/670360/2014 I have signed up with the St. Baldrick’s Organization to get my head shaved to raise money for Children’s Cancer Research. Please help me help them in this great cause by donating! The easiest way to donate is to go to my page on the St. more »
Marci Warhaft-Nadler published a blog on Huffington Post talking about why she didn’t want to be a fit mom anymore, and why she resents the implication in Maria Kang’s “What’s your excuse” poster that not wanting that makes her a failure. Some of the comments were supportive, but there were a number of them that more »
First published 3/11/09 on examiner.com) Do you ever say one of these to yourself? “I can’t lift as much as that guy – I’m so weak” “Lord I’m fat!” (or “I’m scrawny”) “I locked my keys in the car? I’m so stupid!” Did it help? I’m not really a touchy-feely, super-sensitive, protect-the-self-esteem-at-all-costs type of guy. more »
CrossFit (www.crossfit.com) is a small but nationally known company presenting a fitness system consisting of constantly varied high intensity functional movement. CrossFit exercises are often skill-based and need to be approached with patience and determination, and can be greatly facilitated by a competent trainer.
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