Archive for September, 2009

Dave Parise Talks TOP-LEVEL TRAINING …

Dave Parise Talks TOP-LEVEL TRAINING …

Posted on 04. Sep, 2009 by .

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For all you you other trainers out there that are old enough to remember 80’s television, we really had some action hits … There was the Incredible Hulk, The Amazing Spider-Man,the A-Team, and just too many more shows to count that probably shaped our addiction to action, speed, and muscle. Among these shows was one I loved in Particular, The Six Million Dollar Man, about a jet pilot horribly injured in a test run; they rebuilt him out of robotic parts into a super, prototype crime fighter with amazing strength, speed, and power. In Personal Training, there’s one guy that conjures up the same images, a prototype star with super powers, on  a mission of his own, and that’s my buddy Dave Parise. Dave wasn’t born – he was assembled from the parts of past great trainers.  He runs a high end training studio doing over a million a year in sales, so you could call him the million dollar man, but what’s even more impressive is how he does it … He does it without running a boiler room type sales organization – no pushy sales tactics, no aggressive marketing, no high priced info products. Simply high level service, […]

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Growth Happens During Rest And Recovery, Not Training

Posted on 02. Sep, 2009 by .

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I’ve Been MIA for a long while – way MIA … A combination of factors have led to longest period of neglect on Super-Trainer in history … The fact that it’s Summer, I’ve got a ton of projects going on, and we’re in a period of transition on Super-Trainer, back to our DUMP THE GYM roots (you’ll see some changes on the blog soon). Super-Trainer is always a fun project for me, not my primary business, so if you’re not hearing from here, you know I’ve probably got my hands tied … But not this week, I’m down in Ft. Lauderdale getting some sun and just relaxing. Coming down to Florida was one of my favorite things to do back in my training days – I purposefully sought more freedom in my career so I could come down here even more frequently – that was one of my primary drivers … Although back then it was Miami I would hit – I purposefully stayed away from Miami this time, so I could actually get some rest, and not have my inner party freak woken up by accident. Getting R&R is one of the best things you can do for your […]

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