Monday, October 31, 2011

The ONE Must-Do Exercise to Get Rid of Man Boobs for Men and Firm Up Breasts Naturally for Women

Carey Yang, Certified Personal Trainer & Dream Body Expert
"Low Cable Fly Exercise for Ripped Upper Chest Muscles"

Morris County NJ personal trainer, fitness bootcamp coach and your dream body workout expert Carey Yang demonstrates how to do low cable chest fly exercise the right way for bodybuilding ripped, chiseled upper chest muscles.

Check your ego at the door. Cable cross-over or fly exercise is a single-joint isolation exercise. You don't use that kind heavy weight for chest "pressing" or "pushing" exercise.

Keep your arms straight and elbows slight bent. Keep at that angle throughout the range of motion with your shoulder joints as the anchoring points. Trace the movement as if you are "hugging" someone - with your arms open and coming around. It's different from where you are "pushing" someone as in the chest press exercise.

For low cable fly, start with your hands low by your sides then move forward, up and coming around like an arch toward center at about mid level in front of your chest.

Focus on contracting or squeezing your chest muscles together when your arms come around together toward the centerline. You can even hold for a second or two for extra muscle contraction. Then return cable smoothly with control while holding the tension.

Watch the low cable fly exercise video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnOrMG4rR30



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Friday, October 28, 2011

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

How to Get Motivated to Exercise

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In a recent post about relationship traps to weight loss success, I have received great comments and feedback. Partner training for couples can be challenging for both clients and the fitness trainer.

One big obstacle before getting the couple to work out together is often that one is more motivated than the other to exercise. It can be very frustrating for the motivated one. Nagging is usually not working well.

As a personal trainer and fitness coach consulting, coaching and training many couples over the years, I find myself almost like a psychologist, a profiler, or  a mentalist. I have to put my head into their heads and think what they think like.

As a personal trainer, the easy part is design a partner workout program for the couple. The tough part is to get them started  and do it together.

We have to dig bigger and deeper to understand why people are doing or not doing what they know they're supposed to be doing. What really motivates them?

Remember, you can only change yourself.

Think and answer these questions.

What is motivation?

How do you get motivated and stay motivated?

Why do you want or need to work out?

Do you have the power to change your habit and behavior?

Why don't you have the burning desire to achieve the body you've alway wanted?

What's stopping you from achieving your goal?

Let's take a look at human behavior and self-determination theory (SDT). The SDT goes by that the more self-determined we are, the more we're doing what we want to do and aren't forced to do; therefore the happier and more successful we tend to be. Sounds logic and reasonable?

How Motivated Are You?

Five levels of motivation and type are categorized in the following.

Level 1: You have no particular reason for working out.
Motivation Type: Amotivation
No external or internal factors influence your activity, so no activity occurs.

Level 2: You work out because other people like you better when you're in shape.
Motivation Type: External Regulation
The mind responds to outside stimulii, though no internal motivation exists.

Level 3: You work out because you would feel bad about yourself if you didn't.
Motivation Type: introjected Regulation
Internal motivation begin to form, but limited positive outcome occurs.

Level 4: You work out because you believe it's important and beneficial for health and lifestyle.
Motivation Type: Identified Regulation
Motivations become more positive, resulting in prolonged positive behavior.

Level 5: You work out because you simply enjoy it.
Motivation Type: Intrinsic Motivation
Positive activity is performed for extended periods because of pleasure response.

So what's your level of motivation?

The less intrinsic your motivation for exercising is, the more you're working out because you think you should and because you really enjoy it - the less likely you are to stick with it.

If you accept this behavorial model, the next question is how do you transcend to the next level, eventually to Level 5 and stay at it?

Find the Good Reasons to Drive You to Succeed

Anything you do, no matter how simple, has a number of good reasons behind it. Not all the tasks have the good reasons to do them seen at first sight, but if you take just a few moments to analyse them, you will easily spot something good. We also have many tasks which don’t need any reasoning at all - we’ve been doing them for so long that they feel natural.

But if you’re ever stuck with some task you hate and there seems to be no motivation to complete it whatsoever, here’s what you need to do: find your good reasons. This applied to working out and eating healthy. They may not be obvious, but stay at it until you see some. This will bring your motivation back and will help you finish the task.

Too many people have the quick-fix mentality partly due to inaccurate weight-loss infomercials. They quit exercising when they don't see results in two weeks, 21 days or 30 days.
Health and fitness is not a 12-week program. It's a lifelong commitment.
What's Really Driving You?

Material reward? This is quite often. You will get paid for doing something you normally don’t like doing at all. External rewards and punishments do influence our behavior.

Personal gain or pleasure? You will learn something new or will perhaps improve yourself in a certain way. When we're kids playing baseball or any games because it's fun, not because we can put on muscles or stay healthy. We're driven to do things simply for their own sake.

Sense of accomplishment? At least you’ll be able to walk away feeling great about finding the motivation and courage to complete such a tedious task.

A step closer to your bigger goal? Even the biggest accomplishments in history have started small and relied on simple and far less pleasant tasks than you might be working on. Every task you complete brings you closer to the ultimate goal, and acknowledging this always feels good.

Monday, October 24, 2011

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Friday, October 21, 2011

3 Hidden Relationship Traps Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Success



As a personal trainer and fitness coach, I have consulted and trained many couples or partners over the years. It’s an eye-opening experience for me to see and listen how they interact with each other in different topics.
The weight issue is usually a very weighty issue.
As much as you love your partner, there bounds to be some differences that make you unique. The unique difference could cause tension between you and your partnership on your quest to weight loss and fitness.
Generally speaking, people start to get lazy and slack off once they’re in a steady relationship and after they’re married. According to a Minnesota Study, women add nearly 1 point to ther BMI (or about 7 pounds) while men put on an extra 0.7 (or roughly 5 pounds) during the early years of marriage.
One may be the meat-and-potato type. The other may be a vegetarian. One likes to eat pizza or cheeseburger and the other could be a soup-and-salad craze. One could be a gym rat while the other is a TV couch-potato.
Blaming and arguing with each other won’t get you closer in your relationship and to your goal weight. Here are 3 relationship fat traps and strategies to overcome them so that you and your partnership can maintain or even improve harmony in your relationship and shrink your waistline.
#1 Stop criticizing and teasing each other. Find the common ground and support each other. Instead of bashing on eating junk food, focus on healthy food choices and portions. Allow some occasional treats for satisfaction, not deprivation.
#2 Find fun activities and exercise together. It helps find quality time together and improve your relationship. Give the other the motivation.
#3 Make peace with foods. A calorie is a calorie. Calories do count. Calorie quality and nutrient density is just as important as calorie quantity in health and weight loss. Food is the source of energy to fuel your body and mind. Make friend with food, not enemy.
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Carey Yang is the owner and master personal trainer at Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC -- a leading in-home personal training and weight-loss management company serving and helping clients in Morris County, Sussex County, Passaic County, Essex County and Somerset County areas in New Jersey. 


He specializes in helping busy, working professionals who want safe, effective workouts with maximum results in minimum time. To learn more about lifestyle and wellness coaching, personal fitness training and nutritional counseling and to sign up for a free monthly e-zine, receive free fitness and fat loss e-books, and schedule a complimentary consultation, visit http://www.BeyondFitnessSolutions.com.



Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Aspartame Artificial Sweetener Has A New Name to Damage Your Health and What to Do About It


Artificial sweeteners especially aspartame has gotten a bad rap over the years, most likely due to studies showing they cause cancer. But not to worry Ajinomoto the company that makes Aspartame has changed the name to AminoSweet. It has the same toxic ingredients but a nice new sounding name.
And if you or your child happens to be allergic to Aspartame, well don’t take it personally it’s just  business.  Despite the evidence gained over the years showing that aspartame is a dangerous toxin, it has remained on the global market . In continues to gain approval for use in new types of food despite evidence showing that it causes neurological brain damage, cancerous tumors, and endocrine disruption, among  other things.
Most consumers are oblivious to the fact that Aspartame was invented as a drug but upon discovery of  its’ sweet taste was magically transformed from a drug to a food additive. HFA wants to warn our readers to beware of a wolf dressed up in sheep’s clothing or in this case Aspartame dressed up as Aminosweet.
Over 25 years ago, aspartame was first introduced into the European food supply. Today, it is an everyday component of most diet beverages, sugar-free desserts, and chewing gums in countries worldwide. But the tides have been turning as the general public is waking up to the truth about artificial sweeteners like aspartame and the harm they cause to health.
The latest aspartame marketing scheme is a desperate effort to indoctrinate the public into accepting the chemical sweetener as natural and safe, despite evidence to the contrary.
Aspartame was an accidental discovery by James Schlatter, a chemist who had been trying to produce an anti-ulcer pharmaceutical drug for G.D. Searle & Company back in 1965. Upon mixing aspartic acid and phenylalanine, two naturally-occurring amino acids, he discovered that the new compound had a sweet taste. The company merely changed its FDA approval application from drug to food additive and, voila, aspartame was born.
G.D. Searle & Company first patented aspartame in 1970. An internal memo released in the same year urged company executives to work on getting the FDA into the “habit of saying yes” and of encouraging a “subconscious spirit of participation” in getting the chemical approved.
G.D. Searle & Company submitted its first petition to the FDA in 1973 and fought for years to gain FDA approval, submitting its own safety studies that many believed were inadequate and deceptive. Despite numerous objections, including one from its own scientists, the company was able to convince the FDA to approve aspartame for commercial use in a few products in 1974, igniting a blaze of controversy.
In 1976, then FDA Commissioner Alexander Schmidt wrote a letter to Sen. Ted Kennedy expressing concern over the “questionable integrity of the basic safety data submitted for aspartame safety”. FDA Chief Counsel Richard Merrill believed that a grand jury should investigate G.D. Searle & Company for lying about the safety of aspartame in its reports and for concealing evidence proving the chemical is unsafe for consumption.
The details of aspartame’s history are lengthy, but the point remains that the carcinogen was illegitimately approved as a food additive through heavy-handed prodding by a powerful corporation with its own interests in mind.
Practically all drugs and food additives are approved by the FDA not because science shows they are safe but because companies essentially lobby the FDA with monetary payoffs and complete the agency’s multi-million dollar approval process.
Changing aspartame’s name to something that is “appealing and memorable”, in Ajinomoto’s own words, may hoodwink some but hopefully most will reject this clever marketing tactic as nothing more than a desperate attempt to preserve the company’s multi-billion dollar cash cow. Do not be deceived.
Sources:
Ajinomoto brands aspartame ‘AminoSweet’
Aspartame History Highlights
FDA’s approval of aspartame under scrutiny
An Overdue Ban On A Dangerous Sweetener
http://www.naturalnews.com/028151_aspartame_sweeteners.html
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Monday, October 17, 2011

In-Home Personal Trainers for Women Clients by Woman Personal Trainer

Female Personal Trainer trains Woman Client


Personal training and exercising with a personal trainer has been more popular and more affordable in the last 10 years. Private in-home personal training is not limited to Hollywood stars or celebrities any more.

New Jersey leading in-home personal training company Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC now has female personal trainers on the team to help women lose fat, tone up muscles, and get in great shape in a private and comfortable setting.

"I'm pleased to add female personal trainers on my team to help more women clients who prefer to work out with a woman personal trainer," says Carey Yang, a certified personal trainer, fat loss expert and fat camp coach.

Yang is the owner and master personal trainer at Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC -- a leading in-home personal training and weight-loss management company serving and helping clients in Morris County, Sussex County, Passaic County, Essex County and Somerset County areas in New Jersey.

There are many factors to consider when a choosing personal trainer. One of the most important considerations often overlooked regarding in-home personal training is gender.

Women have different goals and need to train differently than men. Most women want to trim down and tone up rather than bulking up.

There are many other reasons for choosing a female in-home personal trainer.

Consider the following, if

* Feel self-conscious about exercising with a male personal trainer in the your own home?

* Prefer a female personal trainer with an instinct to help and nurture?

* Prefer to work with a female personal trainer who identifies with and understands your body cycles?

* Understand the benefits of training with someone that empathizes with your busy daily life?

* Want a trainer who designs quality routines because your health is as important to them as it is to you?

* Need the positive motivation a woman often provides?

* Want to be held accountable by someone who identifies with your needs and limitations?

* Want to avoid making your husband or boyfriend jealous?

* Want a female personal trainer who provides good health advice from an intimate, innate perspective?

* Worry that a male trainer may make you nervous and distract you?
Want the better results that come from training with a women?

"If you answer yes to any of these questions, we have the answer for you: In-Home Personal Training for Women, By Women," Yang says. "Sign up for complimentary fitness consultation ahttp://www.BeyondFitnessSolutions.com. We’ll contact you and schedule a female personal trainer to meet you and get you started."


About C. Carey Yang and Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC
C. Carey Yang, Your Dream Body WorkoutXpert (TM), is a certified personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor based in Morris County, New Jersey. He provides in-home personal fitness training, backyard boot camp, wellness and lifestyle coaching, and fitness and weight-management seminar. He specializes in helping busy, working professionals who want safe, effective workouts with maximum results in minimum time. Yang is the creator of the 6-Step Dream Body Blueprint (TM) Body Transformation System.

To learn more about lifestyle and wellness coaching, personal fitness training and nutritional counseling and to sign up for a free monthly e-zine, receive free fitness and fat loss e-books, and schedule a complimentary consultation, visit http://www.BeyondFitnessSolutions.com.




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Friday, October 14, 2011

Get Ripped Chest Muscles with Cable Fly Exercise by Top NJ Personal Trainer

Carey Yang, Certified Personal Trainer & Dream Body Expert
 "Cable Chest Fly Exercise"


Passaic County NJ personal trainer, fitness bootcamp coach and your dream body workout expert Carey Yang demonstrates how to do cable chest fly exercise the right way for chiseled and defined pectoral muscles.

First, check your ego at the door. Cable cross-over or fly exercise is a single-joint isolation exercise. You don't use that kind heavy weight for chest "pressing" or "pushing" exercise.

Secondly, keep your arms straight and elbows slight bent. Keep at that angle throughout the range of motion with your shoulder joints as the anchoring points. Trace the movement as if you are "hugging" someone - with your arms open and coming around. It's different from where you are "pushing" someone as in the chest press exercise.

Third, focus on contracting or squeezing your chest muscles together when your arms come around together toward the centerline. You can even hold for a second or two for extra muscle contraction. Then return cable smoothly with control while holding the tension.

Watch the cable fly chest exercise video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1ERsNnJgLs





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The 4 Forgotten Habits of Highly Fit and Healthy People

If you missed the last article on The Top 3 Habits of Highly Fit and Healthy People, you can read it here or click on the following link.

http://www.beyondfitnesssolutions.com/beyondfitness/2011/09/weight-loss/top-3-habits-of-highly-fit-and-healthy-people/

Here are four more habits of highly fit and healthy people. They're equally important elements to keep a fit and healthy lifestyle.

Healthy Habit #4: They Have Goals

Highly fit, in-shape people always have a goal. After all, you can’t improve something unless you know what you are trying to improve it to. Those goals can be small and incremental, or large and ambitious. In either case, they act with a sense of purpose when it comes to their health and physical fitness.

Whether that goal is to maintain their current physique, improve it, reduce body fat, gain additional muscle, increase their endurance or stamina, become more flexible, improve their coordination, or develop a better golf swing, they will always have a goal that they are shooting for.

They have more stable blood sugar, more consistent energy levels, and are less prone to gaining body fat because they rarely eat more calories in any given meal than their body can utilize.

Healthy Habit #5: They Drink Water

Highly fit people understand the benefits of water. When you see them, whether it's at the gym, at home or in the office, a bottle of water will often be close at hand. Proper hydration isn’t just important to athletes and runners, but everyone. Water can blunt fatigue, improve concentration and thought clarity, discourage the formation of kidney stones, improve digestion and improve performance in the gym.

Healthy Habit #6: They Don’t Diet!

Highly fit and healthy people understand that long term health and fitness requires consistently eating smart. And smart eating for a highly fit person is just part of their everyday routine.

They don’t skip breakfast. The often bring their own lunch to work and they seem to always be snacking on healthy foods like apples, vegetables and nuts.

The one exception to this rule is competitive male and female bodybuilding. Competitive bodybuilders will often diet leading up to a competition in order to drive their body fat down to very low levels. It’s very difficult for any person, no matter how well-conditioned they are, to maintain these extremely low, competition-grade body fat levels for any significant amount of time.

Healthy Habit # 7: They Record Their Progress

Healthy, highly-fit people keep track of their exercise so they can determine whether they are actually making progress toward their goals. You can’t improve what you don’t measure.

It may simply be a notebook where they write down each exercise, the weight and completed reps. Or it may be more formal, for example a store-bought exercise and fitness log or a sheet provided by their gym.

It takes conscious and consistent effort to break old habits and form new healthy habits. Start small. Pick 1 to 2 habits a week to work on. Pay attention to your focus and environment. Make sure they're helping, not sabotaging.

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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Does NJ Gov. Chris Christie Have a Slim Fat Chance to Run for U.S. President and Win in 4 Years?

Yes. There is still a slim fat chance that NJ Gov. Chris Christie can run for U.S. President and win the race if and only if he starts to lose weight, get healthy and in better shape.

Although the general American population is overweight and most (overweight) people pick on other people's weighty weight problem (in this case, NJ Gov. Chris Christie), the public still like to see a mentally sharp, physically fit President to lead a fiscally responsible and budget-balanced nation to wealth and prosperity.

Let me ask you a question, how's your workout working for you? If it hasn't been working consistently, it's time to let go and make changes.

Great leaders set a good  example for demonstrating their integrity and characters. They walk the talk, not just talk to talk. It would be an inspiration to all Americans if you step up the plate, keep your promise, show your discpline and results.

It may not the right time for you to run for U.S. President. However, it’s TIME for you to run for your own health. In fact, there is no right time, good time or bad time to lose weight, exercise and eat healthy. The only thing you have to do is to decide. Make your decision. Commit to your decision. Set up a strategic game plan. Execute the plan and follow through.

So when the time comes to run for U.S. President, you're ready for it.

You have personal trainer before and may still have one. Today, I’d like to make you an unsolicted, nonpartisan, and sincere offer.

Please allow me to be your personal trainer and fitness coach, to help you lose weight, get fit and healthy, and in good shape!

The decsison is yours.

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Morristown NJ Personal Trainers in Morris Township NJ Available for In-Home Personal Fitness Training

The leading Morris County in-home personal training company Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC is expanding its fitness training and nutriton coaching business to serve clients in Morristown, NJ and Morris Township, NJ area.

Based in Denville, the "hub" of Morris County, Beyond Fitness Solutions LLC has been serving clients in nearby towns as far as 30 miles away.

"There are a lot of benefits of having a in-home personal trainer coming to client's house for training. Motivation and travel time are two of the biggest reasons," says Carey Yang, owner and master trainer at Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC.

Most people would not travel for more than 3 to 5 miles from their homes or work places to work out in a gym or fitness center. Sometimes, they just don't like to go to gym or fitness center near them if they have the choice.

In-home personal trainers usually travel up to 10 miles around their home bases. Some will charge travel fees if it's outside of their areas. Most trainers will try to stay as close to their home bases as travel time is really unbillable hours that would kill their profit margins.

"My business has been growing and expanding in the last few years that I have to turn away clients because my schedule is booked full or they're too far away to make it less cost-effective for them and for me to travel," Yang says. "With affiliated independent trainers on our team, Beyond Fitness Solultions LLC is able to expand its business and territory to serve more clients and help more people."

Here are a list of towns in Morris County that Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC and its trainers are able to travel to, for private in-home fitness training and boot camp group classes.

Denville, NJ
Booton, NJ
Mountain Lakes, NJ
Parsippany Troy Hills, NJ
Whippany, NJ
East Hanover, NJ
Montville, NJ
Towaco, NJ
Rockaway, NJ
Randolph, NJ
Morris Township, NJ
Morris Plains, NJ
Morristown, NJ
Madison, NJ

Mendham, NJ
Succasunna, NJ

"We will be adding more service areas as we're recruiting more qualified in-home personal trainers to join our team." Yang says.

Please visithttp://www.beyondfitnesssolutions.com/to enter contact information for initial complimentary fitness consultation. One of our trainers will contact you for a house visit, review your history, introduce our programs and services, and come up with a plan that fits your needs and budget.



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Monday, October 10, 2011

Denville NJ Personal Trainer Carey Yang Enters 5K Race to Raise Fund for Hurricane Irene Relief

Denville, Morris County NJ personal trainer Carey Yang has entered a 5K race to help raise fund to benefit local merchants and residents in Denville, New Jersey affected by Hurricane Irene in late August.

Yang is the owner and master personal trainer at Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC -- a leading in-home personal training and weight-loss management company serving and helping clients in Morris County, Sussex County, Passaic County, Essex County and Somerset County areas in New Jersey. He is also an.AFAA-certified Biggest Loser® Pro Fitness Trainer.

Hurricane Irene blasted New Jersey in late August causing a lot of damages, power outage, and flooding. The downtown Denville area was flooded for days. Hundreds of homes and local stores were flooded, suffering from property damages. While most residents and businesses have been slowly recovering from the damages, some homes became inhabitable. Some businesses are still closed or in repair.

A local Denville resident for almost 12 years, Yang says, I'm lucky that my house is on the higher ground and only suffered from down tree branches and limbs and power outage. "The day after Hurricane Irene passed, I went close to downtown Denville area and visited my friends living near there. It was a horrible scene to watch. I simply can't imagine how the Mother Nature is so powerful causing such a tremendous damage," Yang adds.

Fundraising events have been underway for over a month. The next event is "Denville Up & Running" organized by a group of local residents and businesses to be held on Sunday, October 16, 2011. The 5K Run/Walk Race starts at 11 am. The whole fund raising event starts from 9 am to 6 pm including live music, entertainment, Denville merchant food, street festival, Denville Farmer's Market, 50/50 raffle and much more. All net proceeds go to benefit the Denville PAL Hurricane Relief Fund - a not-for-profit organization.

"I want to rally more friends, neighbors, business associates and my clients to join me and my family for supporting this fun and worthwhile event." Yang says.

To register online or for more information, go to http://www.denvilleupandrunning.com/.


About C. Carey Yang and Beyond Fitness Solutions, LLC
C. Carey Yang, Your Dream Body WorkoutXpert (TM), is a certified personal trainer and fitness boot camp instructor based in Morris County, New Jersey. He provides in-home personal fitness training, backyard boot camp, wellness and lifestyle coaching, and fitness and weight-management seminar. He specializes in helping busy, working professionals who want safe, effective workouts with maximum results in minimum time. Yang is the creator of the 6-Step Dream Body Blueprint (TM) Body Transformation System.

To learn more about lifestyle and wellness coaching, personal fitness training and nutritional counseling and to sign up for a free monthly e-zine, receive free fitness and fat loss e-books, and schedule a complimentary consultation, visit http://www.beyondfitnesssolutions.com/.

Dear Mr. Governor Chrisite, Your Weight is a Weighty Issue. I Can Help!

An open letter to New Jersey Governor Mr. Chris Christie from Top Morris County, New Jesrey Personal Trainer Carey Yang


Dear Mr. Governor Christie,

I know it’s not feeling good to be criticized in public about your weight. It’s even worse to be publicized and ridiculed in the political arena and media all over the places.

Truth to be told, you know you have to lose weight, improve your health , and get in better shape for yourself, for your family and kids, for New Jersey residents and voters, and possibly for all U.S. people if you decide to run for U.S. President some day.

I don’t need to repeat the scientific study, research data or statistics to convince you. You know you have to do it.

We know you’ve been trying fo years. Your struggling with weight control. exercise and diet is not uncommon. Many many Americans share similar challenges in combating overweight, obesity and a host of related health issues. As a result, our nation’s healthcare cost has risen rapidly.

Great leaders set a good and strong example for demonstrating their integrity and characters. They walk the talk, not just talk to talk. It would be an inspiration to all Americans if you step up the plate, keep your promise, show your discpline and results.

People have compared you and your weight with President Obama. He has finally kicked his smoking habit.

It may not the right time for you to run for U.S. President. However, it’s TIME for you to run for your own health. In fact, there is no right time, good time or bad time to lose weight, exercise and eat healthy. The only thing you have to do is to decide. Make your decision. Commit to your decision. Set up a strategic game plan. Execute the plan and follow through.

So when the time comes to run for U.S. President, you're ready for it. Although most Americans are overweight, they still want to see their President in good physical fitness and health.

You have personal trainer before and may still have one. Today, I’d like to make you an unsolicted, nonpartisan, and sincere offer.

Please allow me to be your personal trainer and fitness coach, to help you lose weight, get fit and healthy, and in good shape!

The decsison is yours. Let’s talk!

Friday, October 07, 2011

How to Tone Flabby Arms and Sculpt Chiseled Triceps Muscles with Rope Pushdown Exercise

Carey Yang, Certified Personal Trainer & Dream Body Coach
"Triceps Rope Pushdown"

http://www.beyondfitnesssolutions.com/

Morris County NJ personal trainer, AFAA-certified Biggest Loser Pro Fitness Professoinal, Fat Loss boot camp coach, and dream body workout expert Carey Yang shows how to do triceps pushdown exercise with a rope to get rid of jiggly arm fat, tone up your arms, and sculpt chiseled cut triceps.

You can do similar triceps pushdown exercise with a straight bar, V bar or D rings.

Triceps pushdown is a single-joint or isolation exercise to target your triceps. The primary joint movement is elbow extension.

Use proper weight and focus on contraction of your triceps muscles at the end of range of motion. Do not rock your body up and down too much.

Keep your whole body stabilized, anchored at your hips. Bend over or lean forward a little. Keep your elbows tucked by your sides.

Watch the triceps rope pushdown workout video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0C4OXXjwXfA




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