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Upper Body Speed Drill

Not many “drills” really make you faster. 

Truth is, Those guys you see down at the park hitting ladders like spastic kids in a Disney arcade on the dance machine might look like they are “on the grind” but the real work is done in the weight room and one stride or running mechanic at a time.

This upper body speed drill that we call “Arm Cycling” teaches your body Rhythm and timing in your upper body mechanics and more importantly demonstrates just how much extra momentum and power your upper body can create in a sprint, break away, or pursuit.

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Fitness After Injury: The Dos And Don’ts

There are few things worse than getting injured, especially when you’ve found a training flow. You have the momentum, you’re seeing results and then, usually from nowhere, an injury throws a spanner into the works. Not only is it frustrating, but it can be extremely demoralising as well.

Thankfully, there are ways and means to get you back to full health, be that sports therapy, pain treatments, myofascial release, or physiotherapy. Rehabbing an injury can sometimes take as much focus and dedication as a workout program, but this also means the results carry the same sense of pride – you had a goal and you achieved it. The next step is returning to your fitness regime of choice and making sure you do so in a safe and smart way.

The first thing to keep in mind is that even after you’ve recovered from an injury, you still need to ease yourself back into your training.

Your body may not be prepared

for the strain exercise puts on it,

so attacking with the same intensity you had before taking some time off isn’t a good idea.

It’s always important to push yourself, but do so in a way that’s sensible and doesn’t feel uncomfortable. You’d be surprised how many people ignore little aches and pains assuming it’s fallout from their recovery. Listen to your body: if it hurts, don’t do it!

Don’t assume being given the all-clear by your injury specialist is a reason to stop doing any rehab exercises either. Hurting a particular area of your body usually leaves it weaker than it was, even after nursing it back to health. The best way to prevent issues happening again, and to continue the strengthening process after you return to your chosen activity, is to continually focus on it. You’ll stop the injury returning and will get your body back to where it was before an issue was present.

Make sure to warm up the area before training, too. It’s all well and good jumping on a treadmill for a few minutes to get the blood circulating, but finding out how to directly focus on a weak spot will help no end while you get on with what matters: working out.

Taking care of yourself even after you’ve recovered is a must to avoid falling foul of the same injury and allowing you to train in the way you want. If half your mind is occupied with what could happen, you’re not going to be getting the most out of your workout and, worst of all, you’re not going to be enjoying it. So be smart, take care of yourself, and take a little bit of extra time to make sure you’re good to go, regardless of any previous ailments.

  • Taking care of yourself even after you’ve recovered is a
  • must to avoid falling foul of the same injury and allowing
  • you to train in the way you want. If half your mind is occupied

Taking care of yourself even after you’ve recovered is a must to avoid falling foul of the same injury and allowing you to train in the way you want. If half your mind is occupied with what could happen, you’re not going to be getting the most out of your workout and, worst of all, you’re not going to be enjoying it. So be smart, take care of yourself, and take a little bit of extra time to make sure you’re good to go, regardless of any previous ailments.

Burn Fat By Gaining Muscle

The two most desired goals by most people are to lose body fat and to increase muscle tone. While the right diet and a solid workout plan are going to put you on the path to success, far too many people focus solely on cardio when they could be exercising their muscles in order to burn some extra calories.

‘Exercising your muscles’ doesn’t just mean doing endless bicep curls either. While lifting weights is a great way to do this, there are plenty of options to get similar results, such as crossfit, pilates and even yoga. It’s the science behind all of this is and what happens when you achieve muscle breakdown where the secret path to losing fat exists.

Let’s take a bodybuilder, for example. Many people assume that the development of muscle happens when they’re in the gym. The more weight they lift, the bigger their muscles are. This isn’t the case. A bodybuilder’s aim while lifting weights is to achieve muscle breakdown, or to tear the muscle apart. Almost like a controlled injury, it’s the reason weightlifters get a ‘pump’ after a set: the body rushes blood to the area to try and compensate for the ordeal it’s just gone through. This is also why delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) occurs a day or two after working out. The body is trying to repair itself.

In this state, however, your body uses calories in order to recover which means, in essence, you will be burning energy even if you’re sat in front of the TV. Getting on a treadmill for an hour straight is a fantastic way to spark fat loss and increase endurance, but as soon as you step off of it your body stops working. Here, you’re leaving it in a constant state of productivity.

So next time you’re working out, think how it’s affecting your muscles and how you can incorporate such a method into your training regime. You don’t have to lift weights to achieve muscle breakdown. You just have to make sure you hit them in the right way, and when you do, results are right around the corner. Guaranteed!

The Joy And Power Of Diet

We all know that eating right is important. That doesn’t necessarily mean we like doing it, though. When faced with the prospect of eating a slice of pizza or a chicken breast, you’re likely to always be tempted by the former. What countless articles and websites fail to tell you, mind, is that eating healthy doesn’t have to be an endless journey of suffering.

By and large you know what is and isn’t healthy when it comes to food. Any diet in its early stages will be effective by making the smallest of changes: cutting out fast food, eliminating fizzy drinks from your day-to-day, keeping sugary treats down to a minimum. If your goal is to lose weight and keep that weight off, the most important aspect is to continually feel excited and motivated to do so.

This is why adapting what you eat, rather than banning yourself from the food you love, is essential when you decide to take the plunge. We all experience cravings from time-to-time, and the best way to deal with them is to find out exactly what the body wants and deliver that in the healthiest way possible. Before long, these hankerings will start to fade. More importantly, your body will start to reward you for making the change. Your mood will become more positive, you’ll be able to deal with things in a much more productive way and, of course, the changes you start to see will only encourage you to continue on.

Make sure to plan in a ‘cheat’ meal once a week as well. Knowing that a treat is only a few days away is the perfect way to stay on track until that point. A metaphorical dangling carrot, it will allow you to feel like you earned the food you love, making it taste all the more sweet.

A well-rounded diet is so powerful that, combined with the right exercise program, it can literally turn your whole life around. It’s not just a case of burning body fat or increasing muscle tone – although these are two huge benefits you’ll see after implementing a proper nutrition plan. It’s about your overall well-being and how you feel from the moment you wake up, to the moment you go to sleep.

Eating right can be directly responsible for putting you in a better place, making you feel great and giving you a new lease of life. Learning how food is consumed by the body will also help you understand what to eat and why, turning a diet into a lifestyle. Coupled with the right workout, it’s a one-stop shop to ensure a long, healthy, happy existence.

How To Eat, Workout And Be Happy

We all want to feel great. Although sometimes the thought of going to the gym or working out is too much to bear, when we actually find a form of exercise we like everything else in our lives starts to fit into place. This is all thanks to how our body reacts to training and the benefits that building up a sweat can bring.

The most important of these elements is the release of endorphins. A chemical that interacts with the receptors in your brain, it has a tremendous impact on everything from mood to your perception of pain. Similar to the positive sensation many individuals find when being treated with something like morphine, the end of a great workout can be greeted with an overwhelming sense of happiness and pride, re-energising your outlook on life.

Not only is this release a great way to keep you motivated and encourage you to keep up your fitness regime of choice, but it will also have a huge impact on your life in general. Studies have proven that endorphins help reduce stress while also alleviating anxiety and feelings of depression. All this because you decide to take up running, go to the gym or start playing a sport.

The effect this has, combined with the extra exertion that comes from exercising, also has huge benefits when it comes to sleep. A good night’s rest is imperative, both in how your body recovers from exercise and on your overall state of mind. When all these different aspects come together, it’s not completely out of the ordinary to start feeling like a different, and more positive, person.

There’s a form of exercise out there for everyone, too. Finding your passion for fitness is the greatest motivator you could hope for. You’ll soon discover it’s not about having to workout, it’s about wanting to, and the health benefits that come along with any form of training will help change your life for the better. On top of this, you’ll also strengthen your heart, feel more energetic, lower blood pressure, burn body fat and see an improvement in your muscle tone. All while doing something you love.

So get in shape, enjoy doing it, feel great and rejoice that you’re able to do all of this at the same time. Your body, and your mind, will thank you for it.

Built 4 War

BUILT4WAR

This 8 Minute crusade is truly a grinder. From the 3rd round or so, as the time slams off your clock or digital timer, you begin sweating profusely, even though you’ve just finished a short 5 minute warmup and you’re now a mere 2 minutes in to your Crusade, you feel the burning in your lungs, the swelling in your muscles;

Your core expands and contracts, expelling c02 and drawing oxygen so violently from the air around you that a candle flame within 5 feet of your granite-bound-physique would be suffocated by.

You hit the ground, and grab the cold rough steel of the kettle bell for your next set of Tactical get-ups and you realize something… staring into the sky you’ve found the way your body was meant to train…

Your about to be BUILT4WAR.

The Program

So here’s the deal Athletes and WarTeam Members – You’ve got an 8 minute Crusade ahead. A war on mediocrity in it’s truest sense.

You’ll start with a 5 Minute dynamic Warmup focusing primarily on the hips glutes and posterior chain.

Then you’ll move into your Work: 8 Minutes of Hell…

4 Exercises | 8+ rounds | 8 repetitions each | no more than 8 minutes.

  1. Kettle bell Russian Swings
  2. Kettle bell Military Press
  3. Kettle bell Slingshot
  4. Tactical Get Up with Russian Kettle bell

Track your results on the sheet provided below ( you can download it by clicking on the button ) and record, your weight, total reps, the number of rounds achieved for each exercise, and if you have a PUSH Band – your Total Tonnage and Total Work.

Finish Up with some light rolling and static stretching, and in a total time from start-to-finish of less than 20 minutes, you’ve incinerated 200-300 calories, achieved TRUE Excess Post Exercise Oxygen Consumption and built strength and power worth of a Warlord.[/text_output][x_video_embed]

Click here to Download Built4War

The Journey to Valhalla

“He had a rare zest for life that few people ever find, Everything in his life he approached with a passion like nothing I’ve ever seen before.”

Today a flag crossed the finish line of the Spec-Ops Spartan Sprint in the Tampa Bay Bucs Stadium. Thousands of young, healthy, happy and free American’s ran alongside that flag – as they thanked the host that carried it – many of whom took the hand of for help across an obstacle, or a quick – yet powerful – gesture of thanks as they were passed by, or they-themselves passed the precious colors and it’s new humble host.

But unlike many of the other newly bought, pressed and starched flags to cross that line today – This wasn’t the first time this flag had finished a journey; Not the first time the wearer had sweat or breathed in crisp air that burned the lungs, not the first time this flag’s wearer had looked to the sky and knew what he was doing was for such a higher purpose.

[responsive]SO1 Patrick D Feeks[/responsive]Unlike those other flags this flag held the blood and the tears and the sweat of a Rare Breed of Man; the kind of man that’s born once in every 1 million men. This flag held not only the dust of a distant battlefield, but the fight for the freedom of you all; the freedom of todays’ humble and honored host. It held the ultimate sacrifice of a man who believed in us all. In our ability to love and nurture and defend those that cannot do so for themselves. He fought for a Woman’s love – he fought to honor his father’s name, and to protect his mother and his family and his friends. He fought for the brethren that he loved and trusted and bonded with in near freezing waters, covered in sand and riddled with chafe… He Died for America, and he died with that flag packed in his Armor.

This man’s name was Special Operator First Class Patrick D. Feeks of the United States Navy SEALs. On August 16th 2012 in a desolate place, and during a war that the media has twisted and disgraced – the helicopter Patrick Feeks was riding in was shot down. He – along with a Fellow SEAL and other men serving were Killed in Action that solemn day. While towards the end of this Short post – I’ve Outlined Patrick’s professional achievements – The things I felt from him this day are what I am compelled to write here…

There are moments in men’s lives that define them – there are things that occur in our hearts that signify the point in which they become the man they are destined to be, by the grace of god and their own accord; yet none-the-less these are Moments that the man will remember for the rest of his life here.

4 Months ago I met Emily Feeks… Patricks’ wife. Over the course of our professional relationship we developed a friendship and I some-how developed a feeling of friendship and one-day-brotherhood with her fallen husband Patrick. Unbeknownst to her the story of Pat’s sacrifice sparked a flame and a defining moment in my life where I finally became the man I was born to be; the man I had wanted to be since I was a boy. And I embarked on the long journey I am on today to recognize these heroes now and one-day-soon fight beside them for the reasons dear to me.

[responsive]The Nameless Patriot Representing SO1 Patrick D Feeks[/responsive]She asked me to run for Patrick in a Spartan Sprint with a group of men honoring other fallen heroes and while in the full gear and load (minus the heavy weaponry) they would often wear on an op. I was uneasy about the gear because I felt that people weren’t as focused on the man I represented but I was comforted by the Color I carried – the battle flag – bound by para-cord and Rubber bands that had the blood the sweat and the sacrifice of a man I now look to for strength and guidance in my pack.

During that run about 7 stories up I stopped for a moment so the gentlemen I was with could catch a breather; the cold air rushed by as I looked to the sky and I asked him for strength to follow in his footsteps – to extend a hand from Valhalla and guide me through the same path he had followed; to one day have the opportunity to fight for and alongside and if need be die for the closest brotherhood a man could have the chance to be a part of. I swear I felt warmth and a strength rush over me. I felt a dignifying blanket of certainty surge through my veins – and more than all of that, when my mind pictured that precious flag I had so tightly wrapped in plastic – I felt the love a man had for his family and his country; the pain of the sacrifice he and his family had endured for our freedoms; and the strength of a truly and completely “WHOLE MAN.”

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With a Tear forming in in my right eye I choked it back. I locked down the emotion and I looked ahead into my life and visualized the next two years of my journey to join that league of warrior with the confidence and sureness I was finally on the path I was intended to navigate.

To this honor I owe thanks to My Love (who for purposes of my own will not be named) for supporting me in this long and difficult journey we face together, to Emily Feeks – Patrick’s Beloved Wife; Ginny Blevins Feeks Patrick’s Mother; Retired Naval Officer Tom Feeks – Patrick’s Father; his sister Lt jg Regina Feeks USN, His brothers of the Naval Special Warfare Brotherhood the SEALs; But most of all I owe this Honor to Patrick. Thank you for the opportunity to carry such a memoir, Thank you for leaving behind a now-dear-friend to me that could share your story, and thank for giving me the spark to the fire that burns inside. To the chance to one day call you a fallen brother – RIP Warrior… HOOYAH.

-the nameless patriot

A few more medals to honor a fallen Hero

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Patrick enlisted in the Navy March 2006, graduating from Boot Camp January 2007. He reported to Basic Underwater Demolition /SEAL training in February, 2007.
He received his Navy SEAL Trident in May 2008 and was assigned to a West Coast based SEAL Team, Coronado, CA.
He was described by his Teammates as a consummate professional.
Patrick served two deployments to Iraq, and his final deployment was to Afghanistan, where he was killed in action.
Patrick’s awards and decorations include the Bronze Star with Valor, Purple Heart, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy/ Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2), Army Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon,
Good Conduct Medal (2), National Defense Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal (2), Afghanistan Campaign Medal, GWOT Service Medal, GWOT Expeditionary Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (2), the NATO Service Medal, Expert Rifle Marksmanship Medal, and the Expert Pistol Marksmanship Medal.
Patrick was an avid reader, an aggressive bicyclist, Triathlete, and shootist.
He is survived by his wife, Emily; his parents, Thomas and Virginia; and his sister, Lt jg Regina Feeks USN.

PINELLAS COUNTY — BIG COUNTY PREPS

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Clearwater senior slot back Jacquez Jones and senior quarterback Austin Day connected on touchdown passes […]</p> <h3>Share and Enjoy</h3> <!– Start WP Socializer – Social Buttons – Output –> <!– End WP Socializer – Social Buttons – Output –> </div><!– .post-excerpt –> <div class=”cleaner”> </div> </article></li><!– end #post-42869 –> <li id=”post-42675″> <article><h2 class=”xlarge”><a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/quandale-inmon-gibbs-wr-vs-tampa-catholic/” title=”Permalink to Quandale Inmon, Gibbs WR vs Tampa Catholic” rel=”bookmark”>Quandale Inmon, Gibbs WR vs Tampa Catholic</a></h2> <p class=”postmetadata”> <span class=”category”>In <a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/category/pinellas-county-2/” rel=”category tag”>PINELLAS COUNTY</a>, <a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/category/recruits/” rel=”category tag”>RECRUITING</a>, <a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/category/video-features/” rel=”category tag”>VIDEO FEATURES</a></span> / <time datetime=”2016-10-25″ pubdate=””>25 October 2016</time></p> <div class=”post-excerpt”> <h3>Share and Enjoy</h3> <!– Start WP Socializer – Social Buttons – Output –> <!– End WP Socializer – Social Buttons – Output –> </div><!– .post-excerpt –> <div class=”cleaner”> </div> </article></li><!– end #post-42675 –> <li id=”post-42648″> <article><h2 class=”xlarge”><a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/crusaders-collide-with-gladiators-tampa-catholic-vs-gibbs-highlights/” title=”Permalink to Crusaders Collide with Gladiators: Tampa Catholic vs Gibbs Highlights” rel=”bookmark”>Crusaders Collide with Gladiators: Tampa Catholic vs Gibbs Highlights</a></h2> <p class=”postmetadata”> <span class=”category”>In <a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/category/hillsborough-county-2/” rel=”category tag”>HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY</a>, <a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/category/pinellas-county-2/” rel=”category tag”>PINELLAS COUNTY</a>, <a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/category/video-features/” rel=”category tag”>VIDEO FEATURES</a></span> / <time datetime=”2016-10-23″ pubdate=””>23 October 2016</time></p> <div class=”cover”><a href=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/crusaders-collide-with-gladiators-tampa-catholic-vs-gibbs-highlights/” title=”Crusaders Collide with Gladiators: Tampa Catholic vs Gibbs Highlights”><img src=”http://bigcountypreps.com/181/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/TCvsGIBBS-330×150.jpg” alt=”SONY DSC” class=”Thumbnail thumbnail loop-main ” width=”330″ height=”150″/></a></div> <div class=”post-excerpt”> <h3>Share and Enjoy</h3> <!– Start WP Socializer – Social Buttons – Output –> <!– End WP Socializer – Social Buttons – Output –> </div><!– .post-excerpt –> <div class=”cleaner”> </div> </article></li><!– end #post-42648 –> </ul><div class=”cleaner”> </div> </div><!– end .widget –> en-US http://bigcountypreps.com/181/category/pinellas-county-2/


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