Try pHx™ Dynamic Stretching

When I set out to identify the exact exercise sequence and pattern that could radically reduce the time it takes to reach peak physical condition for the 2010 Olympic games, I knew it was a daunting task. How do you maximize the metabolic electric potential for sports performance in as little as 5 to 15 minutes without disrupting chemical balance of body pH? How do you balance V02max in all the muscles that fast without making the body acidic? These are the critical questions since most exercise deaths are the result of heart attack. Body pH balance is necessary for heart health, conditioning speed, and overtraining injury prevention/recovery. A revolutionary dynamic stretching warm-up cool down that can rapidly restore body pH balance at the same time that it equalizes V02max in all muscles, is required to achieve pH fitness at Peak Metabolic Potential™ (PMP™). Almost four decades of testing and research has produced Body’Fit pH Fitness™ (short form… pHx™), It’s now possible for sports athletes to get More Out of Exercise™ without acid pH stress in 5 to 15 minutes depending on the speed and rep pattern of the 24 movement/ breathing exercises in the Body’Fit pHx routine. 


Running: The Marathon Training Edge – race prep guide

Listening to your body is the key to training for a marathon. Letting your body (rather than your intellect) be your guide is the real challenge, isn’t it? If you can accomplish that, crossing the finish line without injury will be icing on the cake.

Does that mean you can’t push your limits? Well yes and no, depending on how you go about it. Give your body the resources with which to push, and it will respond with more power, more speed, more endurance, and more vitality.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced runner, here are 4 cornerstone tips you’re probably missing out on that will give your run the extra edge: 1. Train your cardiovascular system under conditions of acid base equilibrium to speed adaptation, reduce recovery time and build the immune system. 2. Train large and small muscles in balance to improve flexibility and prevent injury. 3. Train your heart, brain and deep organs by saturating them with oxygen in the correct sequence to allow every muscle to reach VO2max. And most importantly 4. Train body awareness to fine tune your training time and pace.

How do you do this? Before and after your run take 15 minutes to do a round of the Body’Fit program. Believe me, you’ll never look back.