Fixing Your Weak Links (Part 4)

Shoulder, pain, painful.

Fixing Your Weak Links (Part 4) It was about a week before my SFG (Strong First Girya) kettlebell certification and something happened with my shoulder. I couldn’t do even a naked press with my left arm without intense pain in my shoulder.  I was extremely worried about this because I knew during the weekend we […]

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The Top 5 Tools of the Trade


Top 5 Tools of the Trade With this entry I am going to feature a top five list of fitness tools I think everyone should experience in their fitness programming. They are in no particular order.   Kettlebells – Kettlebells are probably the most versatile pieces of equipment on this list.  If you want to […]

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Risky Business

Risky Business The first thing I think of when I hear Risky Business is that movie made Tom Cruise. But this isn’t about the movie this is about something completely different.   Risk vs. Reward. Being in the fitness industry I know most of you have heard this. It means picking the right exercise to […]

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Why CrossFit Can Make You Fat

This isn’t a shaming article on CrossFit, there are a lot of things that CrossFit does right like they build an amazing community that enjoy exercise. However this is about how CrossFit and other types of high intense interval training can do more damage than good if you don’t recover properly. High-Intensity interval training is […]

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Sleep Issues

I have a problem …a sleeping problem and I’m not the only one. It’s a growing concern in this go go go society we live in. Besides running my brick and motor business working 12 to 14 hour days on average for four years without any long term help I think it also didn’t help […]

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Fixing Your Weak Links (Part 2)

In this article I am going to discuss the benefits of the TRX Suspension trainer and the TRX RIP Trainer especially for firefighters. TRX stands for Total Body Exercise- it’s basically a suspension trainer where you can do over 200 exercises on it using your body weight as resistance. It was created by a Navy […]

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Fixing Your Weak Links (Part One)

How to Overcome The Odds with a Bad Back I remember it as clear as day- as I was coming up from my warm-up set for squats I heard something pop in my lower back and it didn’t sound good! I was a military firefighter stationed at CFB Cold Lake as I was walking downstairs […]

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Everyone has them, including personal trainers. We’re all human. This blog is to show you that everyone including elite athletes experience setbacks. Recently I took a kettlebell certification called Strong First (SFG) it’s the gold standard towards kettlebell certifications. Think of black belt in karate. I have been training really hard for this- three years […]

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The Truth About Obesity – Part 1


In my past article, I written about how I lost my aunt to cancer and the pre-cursor to that is obesity. This article I’m going to explain why obesity is one of the biggest fights of the 21st century and what the true cause of it is. Even if you are not obese by 2030 […]

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Family History


I’m going to be a little personal here and talk about why I’m a big advocate of health and fitness – why I do what I do. I started Bisbee’s Fitness in honour of my aunt who passed away. She was morbidly obese and cancer spread throughout her entire body like wildfire. This makes sense […]

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