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  • Glute Workout -Top 5 Exercises on Good Day New York

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on October 22, 2015

    The sexy toned body is nothing without the perfectly attractive booty and these have a big impact on your posture. You can improve your hip alignment with fewer efforts by some great glute workouts on Good Day New York, and check out the TOP 5 exercises by us. I am a trainer and I started […]

  • My Fat A$$ 2 Month Progress Pics

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on March 2, 2015

    This week we finished up a 6-Week Weight Loss Challenge at Max.   So I’d like to start by congratulating all the participants in their efforts and fantastic weight loss results.    Some of our top contestants lost 30, 19, 18, 16, 15 and 11 lbs respectively!!    These guys killed it and deserve a […]

  • Slam + Jump – Overcome Force Move For Athletes

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on December 3, 2014

    Athletes without a doubt have to deal with extreme forces in sport.   Training your body to produce force, control force, and in today’s exercise to actually overcome force is very important.   Overcoming force is the “transition” between moving fast in one direction and then having to change directions and move the other way […]

  • 10 Step Guide To Avoid The Thanksgiving Overload

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on November 26, 2014

    I’m going to hook you up and give you a strategy to avoid the excess weight/body fat gain that would typically accompany a Thanksgiving day feast, all while still allowing you to feast!   Huh??   Yeah, that’s right!   Feast away!   But you have to employ a few little tricks of the trade in […]

  • 10 Random Exercise/Fitness Thoughts

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on November 21, 2014

    It’s been awhile since I’ve written a post like this. I get excited because these are usually the best articles.   So let’s keep it simple and just throw it out there.   Here are 10 random exercise and fitness thoughts for you to ponder over the weekend.   10 Random Exercise/Fitness Thoughts    1) […]

  • You’ve probably heard me say this before, but athletes need to learn how to stop before they learn how to do anything else.    You can think of this as building a foundation for more explosive movement later on in the training program.   Within learning how to stop, they also have to learn how […]

  • The Perfect Push Up – As Seen In Westchester Magazine

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on June 18, 2014

    Happy Hump Day!   I hope you’re as excited as we are at Max to get up and make an Impact.   You want to be a good athlete??    You have to be able to maintain a solid core and lift your own body weight.    After our “Perform Better Seminar” this weekend in […]

  • Athletes/Coaches: Are You Using The Ladder Wrong??

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on May 14, 2014

    If you are an athlete, you should understand the difference between moving your feet fast and actually being fast.    These are 2 totally different concepts that are often confused to the detriment of not being able to make the big play when the game is on the line.   A lot of athletes, coaches, and parents […]

  • Bad Box Jumps Make Cranky Joints

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on April 11, 2014

    Ok, so you’re an avid exerciser who enjoys turning up the heat and competing against……. well, anything or anybody that can give you an edge on that given day.   You revel in being sore and banged up because it means you’re getting gains from your workout.   You ignore any pain signals your body gives […]

  • Muscle Building Cardio HIIT Training

    By Frank Daniels | In Blog, News | on April 4, 2014

    Most people do cardio aerobic training for 3 reasons:   – To Improve Heart Health   – Because It Feels Good   – Because It’s THE Default Method of Training   I think 1 out of the 2 reasons are legitimate reasons to put cardio-conditioning into your programs. The other 2, well not so much. […]