I recently stumbled upon something that has helped me achieve success with my fitness goals. Strange enough it has been writing this very blog. When training for a meet, I have specific goals I want to achieve. I found myself beginning to write blogs describing how my competitions went ahead of time. I found that […]
Archive for July, 2015
Many individuals seeking a healthier diet have decided to become a vegetarian or vegan in the hopes that cutting out meat will help them lose weight, lower their blood pressure, and improve their cholesterol. Animal fats have been improperly demonized in the past, which has led many individuals to fear animal fats. These improper fears […]
Vegan/Vegetarian Diets Among many of these popular fads is the idea that cutting meat and meat products out of your diet is somehow an improvement. Meat contains many of the essential fatty acids, essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals that are needed to be a strong, lean, healthy individual. Individuals that decide not to eat […]
Meal Prep The idea of meal preparation has been around about as long as people have been training. For most individuals training and eating right involves scheduling and planning in order to maximize their chance at success. Without meal prep and planning many individuals would not be able to juggle training and nutrition with the […]
5ks and “Runs” Running seems to be a sport that has really risen in popularity over the past couple of decades. In fact, it has become so popular that it seems as if every weekend there is a new run out there to participate in. These runs can be a great way to bring people […]
If you are interested in the fitness and nutrition industry you can’t help but notice plenty of fads and trends that have come and gone throughout the years. Now just what constitutes something as a “fad?” Webster’s Dictionary defines a fad as something (such as an interest or fashion) that is very popular for a […]
Complexes are a great way to improve conditioning, build muscle, lose fat and practice form on some of the best exercises. I have created a master complex that has built in progressions in which you are able to auto-regulate each session. It also will allow you to train various loads and intensities in order to […]
The Pain Loop – Neuro-Muscular Weakness/Imbalance > Faulty Movement Pattern > Shearing/Wear and Tear/Damage/Inflammation/Injury (Chronic or Acute) > Structural Changes (Temporary) > More Shearing/Wear and Tear/Damage/Inflammation/Injury (Chronic or Acute) > Continued Compensatory Changes in Movement Patterns > Additional Shearing/Wear and Tear/Damage/Inflammation/Injury (Chronic vs. Acute) > Structural Changes (Permanent) … Repeat It all begins with some […]
Understanding pain is one of the key components to successful training and therapy. Working in both fields and being an athlete myself means that I am constantly learning how to treat and manage pain in order maximize progress. Pain is not one size fits all, and there is a high complexity in distinguishing from all […]
In my last series of blogs I addressed the pattern of pain and dysfunction that I call the Pain Loop. If you have read that article and have made the determination that you fall somewhere on that loop then Therapeutic Training is right for you. Therapeutic Training is the optimal way to break the loop […]
"I first met Anthony while he was doing his internship at Physical Therapy for my back injury. He took me under his wing and worked hard for two months to strengthen my back. Anthony helped me realize that I would be prone to more injuries if I didn't concentrate on strengthening my core. Thus after Therapy I joined The Campo Team.
My initial goal was to lose weight and gain strength, 5 months..."