Are you serious about out performing your opponent on the field or court? Are you willing to do whatever it takes to do so…
Here is your opportunity to learn hands-on from the same trainers who have been training the area’s top athletes for years. Up until now we’ve been their “secret weapon”. Now we are giving out all of our secrets on how they’ve trained to dominate their competition.
When: October 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th. From 3pm-5pm.
Where: Argonauts Fitness. 3031 Broadway Paducah, KY 42003
If you are reading this page then you’re either an athlete who takes their respective sport very seriously OR you’re a parent that understands how serious your kid is about their sport. Athletes – we know you want to be the best possible. Parents – we know you want the best for your kids.
By learning how to get bigger, stronger, faster and better conditioned you will no doubt outperform your weaker opponents who spend their free time playing video games and eating candy bars.
The Argonauts Fitness Basic Training Seminar Series will begin October 7th and run every Friday from 3pm-5pm for 4 consecutive weeks.
You will learn:
How to squat properly and safely and to the appropriate depth.
How to deadlift properly and safely and without back pain.
How to bench press the right way while keeping your shoulders healthy.
The correct accessory movements to combine with the bench, squat and deadlift to develop a program that prevents imbalances, prevents injuries and strengthens common weak areas.
What sets and reps you should use with different lifts to accomplish your goals.
Why you shouldn’t be training like a bodybuilder if you’re an athlete. (This can be detrimental to your athletic career and if you follow the “muscle magazine” workouts you could be in trouble)
How to properly warm up to prevent injuries and prepare your body for a training session.
How to program your workout to allow for maximum results in minimum time. (It doesn’t take as much time in the gym as you think)
What methods you should use to maximize your recovery so you can keep progressing.
How to eat for maximum performance, recovery and progress.
Supplements that should be taken and what supplements that should be avoided at all cost.
And much more…
Sessions will be hands-on with a small lecture component. We want to get you under the bar and learning by doing. We don’t like the classroom setting either. This will be fun, informative and just what you need to have the upper hand on your opponents.
Reserve your spot now as there is limited attendance.
Open Enrollment starts NOW and ends August 26th.
This is open to ages 13+ and for males and females.
Now normally a one-on-one session with us would cost you close to $50 an hour. With this seminar you are getting 8 hours of our hands on coaching and instruction for a fraction of that. The whole 4 week seminar series will only run you $197.
So hurry and reserve your spot before we sell out.
We look forward to seeing you in the fall!
Chase Karnes, BS, CSCS, NSCA-CPT
Shawn Nevels, BS, CSCS
My dad wore out about 5 copies of Crosby,Stills, Nash, and Young’s Four Way Street. Even though I hated the stuff when I was young, I grew to appreciate it, and it’s message later in life. I think still today, teach your children has a particularly valuable message for all parents.
Childhood obesity is at an all time high. This year 46% of kids in N America are predicted to be overweight, and 15% will be considered obese.
We are fighting a war on all fronts! Lack of quality Phys. Ed. programs, Happy Meals, PS3, TV, processed foods: these are our enemies. How about instead of waiting for someone to mandate healthy school lunches, we as parents get our asses up 10 minutes earlier and make a healthy lunch for our kids! Educate yourself on health and fitness for you kids, and get out and do it with them! Ultimately the responsibility falls on us as parents. If we are lazy, what kind of message are we teaching our kids?
I don’t claim to be perfect in raising my daughter. She has an occasional treat or a coke here or there. However, most of the time she requests water. She will choose broccoli or salad over french fries,and… her extracurricular activities include martial arts, dance, soccer, gymnastics, and tennis.
We camp allot during the summer, and she probably averages a couple miles a day on her bike.
Oh, have I mentioned she’s 7.
I also take her to the gym with me, and I’m proud to say she works out harder and designs a better program than most adults! Last weekend we went to the gym. This was her workout
Rope Climbs x 6 (at various times while we were there)
Modified Push Ups 3x10ish
Box Jumps 2x 10ish (onto an aerobics step with 4 risers)
Strap Rows a couple sets
She rode a spin bike for a about 5 min, then got on the treadmill and did about 5-8 min of intervals while watching Spongebob Squarepants!
She did all of this on her own! These are all things she has seen growing up in the gym. All of them are body weight and all are totally safe for her to perform. She even kept a journal!
This highly effective minister of death offers 10 ways to die at under a buck!
Defense Sec. Robert Gates refered to the weapon as the “slow death”and refered to it’s multi faceted attack agents “obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and deaths from E-coli bacteria.”
Plans are to place one weapon at every major intersection in Al-Quada occupied territories. Officials hope to have one near every school by years end in efforts to thwart recruitment of young, healthy, would-be terrorists.
Don’t just shake your fat face to this. Jack had it right in the 60′s. The more things change, the more they stay the same!
As promised here is the follow up to my first post on William. He is just back from Fulton Mo., where he took 2nd place in the NAS – YMCA Show of Strength. I am super proud considering he has never pulled a fire truck and it was pouring rain(as if the events aren’t difficult enough!). This also qualifies him for nationals! I hope to keep you posted on his future success in this great sport.
Here are some outtakes from last weekends training session. It was a good day, nice and sunny. A great day to set a PR. PR is personal record in case you didn’t know, and this weeks was the 300 Lb. Atlas Stone. It was the first time I had ever lifted it, let alone loaded it to the platform. The next goal is 5 consecutive loads with the 300. Wish me luck as I continue my training for NAS Nationals.