It’s always been kind of hard to just have a nibble of Fisher Fitness. For personal training, since I design individualized programs tailored to a client’s particular goals and needs, I can’t get very far without a couple of sessions. In Snatched, we use some exercises that require a certain amount of technical proficiency (ie. hurling around a cannonball with handles). Therefore I can’t really allow people to “pop in” and try a class.
Health and Hotness is more than just working out. Yes, we want to burn fat. Yes we want to preserve and/or build muscle. But if you reeeeeally want to live the good life, you’ve got to actually take care of your body. You’ve got to drink water. You’ve got to sleep a reasonable amount. You’ve got to occasionally defend Manhattan from the advances of dragons, pirates, and other undesirable forces.
I love books. I love them. I LOOOOOVE them.
As those who’ve contacted me of late have found out… I’m rather busy these days and I can’t take on every training client who comes my way. This breaks my heart, because I don’t like to send those who want fitness glory out into the cold, cold world of fitness silliness. So… I cloned myself. Well, not quite, but seriously, I did the next best thing.
If there is such a thing as a magic pill for health and hotness, it may just be the humble but mighty fish oil (which to be clear can also be taken straight and not in pill form). While even fish oil should probably be cleared with a doctor first (those on blood thinning medication should definitely talk to a medical professional first), if you ask your doctor if you should take fish oil, he’s likely to give you a jumping high five.
Eat more fruits and veggies. DO IT!
by Ninja Master Mark Fisher
One of the newest fitness crazes sweeping the nation is a form of training called Crossfit. Crossfit is a strength and conditioning program that focuses on achieving competency in a range of fitness qualities while purposefully specializing in none. Crossfit incorporates elements of gymnastics, olympic lifting, sprinting, and other training modalities. You’re burning to know what I think about it, aren’t you? Ok, FINE, I’ll tell you since I know your life will be incomplete without a thorough Mark Fisher Fitness analysis.