Living in upstate New York it is commonly known that we do not have the best weather. In addition the entire Binghamton area has not been doing so great economically in the past 30 years or so. People are constantly posting things on social media reminding us that we are among the countries leaders in […]
Archive for November, 2015
One of the primary reasons people hire a personal trainer is structure. Structure in a training program, nutritional plan, and schedule is pivotal for success. Once a structured plan has been made many people are then looking for someone to hold them accountable in the execution of the structure. I have realized that it is […]
A few times a week I show up to work with a protein shake needed to help satisfy the protein requirements needed to suit my goals. This usually drums up a conversation with some of my co-workers asking me, “What are you drinking?” After I tell them, a follow up question has arisen more times […]
1 – Cliff Bars or any “organic natural” bar – It is time to start calling these what they actually are… Candy Bars! You must account for them in your nutrition plan like a candy bar. 2 – “High Fiber” “Fortified” Cereals – There are plenty of better ways to get adequate fiber and nutrients […]
If quality and success were the primary determinants, Weight Watchers would have went out of business years ago, however it still remains as popular as ever. Even physicians are recommending it for their overweight patients (including children,) even though it goes against everything we know in science. The one thing Weight Watcher’s is really good […]
My training partner Jim and I were discussing some common flawed ideology that is contributing to a lack of success many people have with fat loss. In doing so Jim came up with a great analogy that might help put fat loss in a better perspective. In discussing how many individuals have put themselves in […]
With today’s technology, orthopedic surgery is becoming an increasingly more popular choice for individuals looking to address pain and dysfunction. Surgeons have become so proficient at many joint replacement surgeries that some doctors are able to perform upwards of 8 procedures a day, or even more. Though many individuals could benefit from a joint replacement, […]
Weight-Loss Surgery Better Than Diet and Exercise in Treating Type 2 Diabetes, Study Finds Trial finds evidence that bariatric surgery beats lifestyle changes in resolving condition involving high blood sugar. – The study only looked at 69 people – The specific type of diet and exercises were not clarified – Exercise and diet participation was […]
It seems that every week some new health research study pops up and is read to us on the daily news. The studies that actually make news are traditionally outlandish as to get people’s attention. These studies often are poorly constructed and have misinterpreted results based on inconclusive data read to us in a headline […]
Most of my blogs give insight on how to make sustained progress for the long run. I am dedicating this blog to some quick things you can literally do right this second to improve your health. Try it and maybe you can see how easy it is to incorporate more healthy choices into your daily […]
"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..."