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About the Book: Fit At Last By Design was created to support the book Fit At Last, coauthored by Ken Blanchard, New York Times bestselling coauthor of The One Minute Manager®, and Tim Kearin (me), Ken’s fitness coach. The idea for the…

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Keynote addresses on Fit At Last Tailored to your individual group. Presentation of the six principles of a successful health and fitness program Introduction to Fit At Last book – 2 hour workshop (includes book) Learn the six principles of…

Ken Blanchard and Tim Kearin sign copies of Fit At Last at the 2014 Blanchard Channel Partner Conference

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Your life fitness goals are my number one priority. Contact me for inquiries regarding speaking engagements with groups or teams. Please feel free to email or call me anytime so that we may start you on your journey to becoming…

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The Benefits of Circuit Training.

Circuit training by definition is doing all exercises prescribed within an established circuit. Many circuits have evolved into combining anaerobic and aerobic exercises together as one workout. This was accomplished by moving from one exercise station to the next without…

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Strength Training – Part 7 “Order of Exercise”

The  order of exercise is probably the least important of the strength training variables. The study conducted at West Point suggested that you should always work the largest muscles and multiple joint exercises first. An example of this would be…

Ken Blanchard and fitness trainer Tim Kearin during a workout along the journey to become fit at last.

Strength Training – Part 6 “Frequency of Workouts”

This post will address the frequency of workouts. This is extremely important as you need to allow the body time to recover. Many factors come into play: Intensity of workout, volume of workout, type of workout, age and rest and…

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Strength Training – Part 7 “Order of Exercise”

The  order of exercise is probably the least important of the strength training variables. The study conducted at West Point suggested that you should always work the largest muscles and multiple joint exercises first. An example of this would be…

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Ken Blanchard and fitness trainer Tim Kearin during a workout along the journey to become fit at last.

Strength Training – Part 6 “Frequency of Workouts”

This post will address the frequency of workouts. This is extremely important as you need to allow the body time to recover. Many factors come into play: Intensity of workout, volume of workout, type of workout, age and rest and…

Learn More
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Strength Training – Part 5 “The Fifth Training Variable”

The fifth strength training variable is “time between sets”. This was discussed in strength training part 3 but I will review the most important parts. Fatigue is brought on by the accumulation of lactic acid, the by-product of anaerobic muscle…

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