Scientific Studies – GMOs affects on human health

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As an additional service I’m working on for existing clients along with the upcoming online training clients (when it’s released) I will be providing a “Scientific Studies” section in DropBox…

Just some tidbits below on GMO’s from the “Scientific Studies” section I’m working on in DropBox. My attempt will be to keep everything relative to human health, performance, nutrient levels, etc…Basically how it would relate to dieting and/or exercise. My intent is to keep the information restricted to just whats relative ...

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Online Training Strength Templates Complete!

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It’s taken longer than I anticipated and have been dealing with internet issues at the gym since the first of May but the strength training templates are finally DONE! I’ve also written out a FAQ sheet that will be available for each template I design. This will be made available in DropBox along with some scientific studies, how to’s, and whatever else I think may be worth adding.

It will be necessary to read these FAQ’s in their entirety to ...

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How Are Exercise Plans Important For Personal Training?

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Society today is constantly bombarding us with information about the dangers or a sedentary life and fitness in general. The fact that inactivity is linked to rising instances of poor health and obesity is well known. Even with all this data, though, there is still an exponential increase in the number of overweight and obese people. How can this be?

When it comes to personal training, the main problem is that many people start exercising but cannot maintain the momentum. ...

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Male Strength Templates Almost Done (Online Personal Training)

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Three months worth of workout programming towards the online personal training men’s strength templates have now been finished. One more months worth then on to the females.

The original online personal training templates will be designed for male/female strength, male/female fat loss, and a more generic varied template simply geared towards adherence. Over time I’ll probably add some more options but to get things going those will be the 5 groups targeted.

The app will also have a number of features. All ...

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Eat More, Lift Less, Recover Better

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Video below. 370×6 and left 3-4 reps in the tank. During this cycle of strength training (while maintaining my weight) I’ve significantly reduced volume and switched from working out 5 times per week to 4.

The most overlooked variable in all of strength training I believe is adequate recovery. Proper sleep, adequate intake, and proper training volume to avoid accumulating unnecessary fatigue.

Less than 3 weeks ago after a long cutting diet and super high volume training block these 345 sumo ...

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Why Taylor Carpenter Personal Training? Plus NEW Testimonials

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It’s been a while since I’ve updated the main page regarding changes at the studio and with the business. The updates reflect the more current state of things, address improvements, etc.

There have been 8 new Testimonials added and hopefully additional positive notes will be added from current clients in the near future as well. I’ve added a randomized selection of some quotes on the main home page as well.

Below is a long updated list of why Taylor Carpenter ...

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How to Survive Your First Personal Training Session

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Personal training sessions go a long way in contributing to your fitness regimen. Nonetheless, many people find it quite difficult to establish a fitness regimen that suits them. This mostly arises from challenges that they experience during their first personal training session. These challenges can make you think about quitting altogether. To survive the first session and look forward to more, here ...

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New USDA Dietary Guidelines

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For 2017 the United States Depepartment of Agriculture released some new dietary guidelines. It notably eased it’s hard restrictions towards cholesterol and sodium while giving the OK for a cup of caffeinated coffee in the morning.

The Washington Post had an excellent article on all of the details so I don’t want to copy and rehash what they’ve already said.

Mainly, I wanted to share the two infographics below as I thought they were a great visualization for how we should ...

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New Client Application Updates

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I’ve made a few small changes to the Taylor Carpenter Personal Training New Client Application. I require this of all new clients prior to booking a consult.

It gives me the upfront information I need and makes the signup process a bit more efficient. It’s just a few more questions and I added some information about pricing.

In the near future. I plan to make a separate application for the online personal training service ...

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