Friday Q&A (video issues, new workouts and more)

WoW what a packed week! We got our 30 Day Rapid Fat Loss Challengers kicking butt, we’re getting geared up for our annual Anniversary Party at the studio, AND we’re working on TWO killer projects that’ll be coming your way in the next month. Rock on!

Anyway, now that it’s Friday and things are settling down a bit, thought it would be perfect timing to do a little Friday Q&A.

Let’s get to it –

Q: I am having trouble watching your videos on a mobile device. What gives?

A: If you are attempting to watch videos embedded on my blog on a mobile device you may have issues. I am currently looking into and trying to find a solution to the problem.

In the meantime, tou can go straight to my YouTube channel at:

And you should be able to watch them on your mobile device there. Alternatively, you can simply watch them on your computer :)

Q: A saw that you have a new intro video up on the home page at FVT. What’s that all about?

This gives folks who are thinking about trying out our program more detail – in video – about what we do. It also covers the things that make us different from all the other boot camps out there.

See the new video on the homepage, here:

=> New FVT Intro Video

Q: What’s the story on the joint mobility training stuff?

As you probably know, I had a “cup of coffee” in the NFL in a previous life, with short stints on a couple of different teams.

Leading up to that point, I had been involved in competitive sports for over 15 years.

Long story short, my athletic career left me with my fair share of dings. I got off pretty good compared to a lot of guys I know, but I still feel it on a daily basis.

So, I’ve been doing a simple, five minute joint mobility routine nearly every morning for the last six months or so. This little thing has probably had more impact on my overall health and well being than anything
else I have done this year. It’s been a HUGE help in reducing some of my chronic aches and pains.

I shot a quick video breaking down a simple joint mobilty routine you can do to start enjoying some of the benefits of it yourself:

=> Simple Joint Mobility Video

Q: I hear people talking about burpees all the time. What is so great about them?

Burpees are one of those exercises you love to hate. They are mysteriously tough – all the reasons why can’t be totally explained ;) – but also are SO awesome for working every muscle in your body, and
getting an amazing conditioning workout in a super short amount of time. ALL in a very small space, and with no added equipment.

One big thing is though, you might not do enough of them (if any) because you might think you’re not “athletic” enough.

My friend, Shawna K put together a video for you describing how burpees can be used by anyone, including YOU, to up their fitness game and shatter any weight loss or fitness goal.

In the video below, she goes through some nice burpee progressions that I know will help you – check it out:

=> Burpess ARE For Everyone (video + workout)

Okay! That’s it for today. Hope that helps. Keep training hard, and talk soon –

Forest Vance, MS, RKC
Owner, Head Trainer, Forest Vance Training, Inc.

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