Saturday, April 28, 2012


As I have been mending my own body, I would like to share my thoughts speaking through my heart. We as a whole live in a fast world. We want a quick fix. It does not matter if it’s something as simple as getting our cars repaired to something in our homes. Who wants to wait?

It does not matter if it is our own body. We do not want to wait on natural resources to cure our bodies. Why should we when there are drugs out there that will do the trick ~ right ! Think from your heart, for a wise man once told me that cancer happens for a reason. May it be our environment that we have been living (pollution). May it be the chemicals that we have been using throughout the years (cleaning products down to what we wash our hair with). May it be the water we drink (fluoride). May it be the food we eat (pesticides). Now the hardest part is to just change your lifestyle and make better choices in the future.

Cancer breaths on processed sugar and wheat products, which damages our cells. We can fight like an army and manage cancer with heat and oxygen. It’s a known fact that cancer can not breath and grow in heat or oxygen. There are natural ways of controlling ones cancer by using technology without damaging your good cells.

Think from your heart, chemotherapy has worked on some people and is what manages to keep them alive for more then five years or more. But what has it done to your body; you lose your hair and get sick to your stomach. We do not know the long term side effects it will do on our bodies! Yes, it is a quick fix, but harmful for it will kill your good cells also.

Stop and take a look at what you are doing and research what is being done from all over the world before making a decision that may cost your life. Take time to build your immune system up and find out what caused the cancer ~ take control of the problem.

Thinking from my heart worked and I am humbled for it. I am able to spread the types of treatments that I received and how I changed my lifestyle. I had breast cancer over a year ago and managed it without surgery, chemotherapy, radiation. Check out my journey and believe in yourself . You do have a choice just research the answer.

1 comment:

MR Vixpi said...

Two summers ago, I worked with a great gal from Hollywood, Rachel Nichols.
Rachel did some TT workouts while filming a movie up here in Toronto.

That's about it for me in terms of training Hollywood actors or
actresses in person, but recently I was asked, "Imagine you're
working with a major film star who has eight weeks to lose 30
pounds of fat and build some muscle in preparation for the lead
role in the latest Hollywood blockbuster. What do you do with them?"

Here's my answer...

I would have control over every single thing that they eat. That's
the biggest ticket to success here. No booze, no excess sugar, and
just giving them enough reward to stick with the program.

If this "star" is a typical overweight, sedentary individual, we'll have
no problem getting rid of 20 pounds of fat through nutrition.

As for exercise, we need to be consistent, and stick with our intensity
principles. We would do 3 hard workouts per week using strength
training followed by interval training with the program being centered
around basic movement patterns done with free weights.

Everything is done in supersets in the workout to get more done in
less time. For example, we might do a squat supersetted with a
pressing exercise. I also like to pair free weight exercises and
bodyweight exercises in supersets, for example, a dumbbell split
squat paired with a decline pushup.

We'll do 3 superset pairs, each for 1-3 sets, and stick to 8
repetitions per set. Then we'll finish the workout with 6 hard
intervals of 30-60 seconds (with 60-120 seconds rest between each).
This way, we are in and out of the gym in 45 minutes.

On "off days", we'd still get at least 30 minutes, if not 60
minutes, of low-intensity exercise. But it wouldn't just be slow
cardio. Instead, we'd focus on low-intensity bodyweight training.
For example, if the actor can do a maximum of 25 bodyweight squats,
15 pushups, and 5 chinups, we would use easier versions of those
exercises in circuits.

Here's a sample 6 exercise bodyweight circuit that we'd do at least
3 times, doing 10 reps per exercise.

Wall Squat
Kneeling Pushup
Beginner Inverted Bodyweight Row
Stability Ball Leg Curl
Mountain Climber

After that, we might cross train with a variety of cardio exercises
to avoid overuse injuries that occur when you repeatedly do the
same activity and nothing else.

So that's pretty much it. If he (or she) sticks to their nutrition,
we're as good as gold and the actor will be ready just in time.

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"Craig's workouts were fun and challenging - I didn't dread going to the
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I never got bored or felt like I was in a workout rut. And my co-stars
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do my first chin-up. Thanks Craig!"
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