About 20-30 years ago, a war on red meat and fat started. With little to no scientific backing, physicians and media began telling us how bad red meat and saturated fats were for us. Therein began the “non-fat craze.” Fat-free deserts lined the aisles of grocery stores, and people stood in line to load up […]
Archive for February, 2014
In the training world there is much time spent on exercise selection. Many coaches and athletes will talk and write about what exercises are great for building strength. I am here to tell you that when choosing an exercise, one of the most important things is to know why you are training that exercise. For […]
One of my main concerns with recovering from this injury is maintaining as much strength as possible. One of the first areas that can be focused on to maintain strength in is the Central Nervous System (CNS). To maintain as much strength as possible I have continued to train the top end of powerlifts intensely […]
The night after I injured my hamstring, I could tell this was a little bit more severe than something I could just work around for a couple weeks and be fine. I knew I was going to have to make changes, and develop a plan to maintain my strength while rehabbing the injury. Even with […]
On July 29th of this year I was riding high. I was in the championship league game of my baseball league and I had the best powerlifting numbers of my life. After winning this championship game I was going to finish gearing up for a powerlifting meet, looking to crush an elite total in the […]
Sometimes I wish I could go back in time to see the events leading up to the fear many individuals have of certain foods. By fear, I mean there are certain foods that people think are going to kill them. This might seem harmless, but when people fear that foods such as red meat and […]
When it comes to improving your health and fitness, everything comes down to choices. Many people try to make excuses; blaming their poor choices on things like lack of time. While it is understandable that many individuals have time restrictions that might pose a challenge to their health and fitness goals, for the most part […]
"Anthony Campo is the best trainer I have ever worked with, and I've worked with 4 others.
Anthony has an excellent mix of toughness, understanding, and professionalism along with being outstandingly personable. His level of knowledge is exceptional, as well as his ability to adapt that knowledge to each individual. Anthony also has a great sense of humor, which is invaluable in a situation where you are..."