After the meet I began specializing in more dynamic movement such as sprints and jumps. I incorporated them into my programming in the form of complexes along with max effort, rep effort, and dynamic effort lifting. This would be a good change of pace after the meet, and would help to restore some more of […]
Archive for August, 2014
While working in the fitness industry over the past several years, I continue to be hammered for advice by all types of individuals seeking different things. When it pertains specifically to fitness and nutrition goals the topic usually revolves around the latest trends that the individual has heard of. I always view that my job […]
I recently received and e-mail that I believe reflects some big misnomers about fitness. I do not know where some of these false beliefs come from, however I do believe that our modern culture has something to do with it. It is important to note that these false beliefs have led us to a society […]
I continued to increase work capacity in the main lifts, and as symptoms continued to decrease, I began incorporating more movements and exercises into my routine. 4-5 months after the high hamstring attachment tear I was now able to lift between 80 and 90% of my previous maxes in the Squat and Deadlift. I then […]
With all of the great research and information out there, why is it that the majority of “experts” adopt the simplistic good vs. bad rating system in regards to fitness and nutrition. It is hard to have an intelligent conversation about the latest science and research when most individuals you speak to just attach a […]
Good information about nutrition and training is all over the place, still there are some misnomers that exist that have me completely dumbfounded. I don’t know where these tidbits of false information came from, but for some reason I hear them way too much. Some of these are so simple, yet they have to be […]
Much has been researched and written about in regards to improving the health and function of your gut. This is a brief synapsis of all the information I have read and studied over the past years in the topic of improving “gut” health. The health of your gut is extremely important in order to help […]
"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..."