My detailed regimen
Dec09

My detailed regimen

So, if you have a body type similar to mine and want results similar to mine, here are some general guidelines for exercise, nutrition, and rest that might help you achieve that end. The link is always visible, though in fine print, at the bottom of every page on this blog (see the link entitled “Fitness & Diet”). From time to time I update this fitness info, in case it is helpful to anyone. Please note that I am still...

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Fat Burning Stack
Sep28

Fat Burning Stack

In 2012 I spent the year adding mass, lots of it. I gained 30 pounds, but not all of it was muscle. In 2013 I began a cutting phase that has been very successful by way of The Peak Fitness Strategy of High Intensity Interval Training as defined by Dr. Mercola. I have had dramatic results over the last nine months; however, my body had changed (remember: I have been 24 for a very long time after all), and I simply could not get the...

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Falcon shoot (edit: with Benjamin Bradley)

Well, I have arrived in Los Angeles from San Diego where I was visiting with my friend Sean Knight. Yesterday I rode up, and there were some great views of the water along the railroad tracks, especially at San Clemente Pier. Today I do my still shots for Falcon, and tomorrow will be the action scene. I don’t know who I will be doing the scene with (see edit below), but I am sharing a room with Tucker Vaughn (whom I met a month...

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Rant: Livelihood vs career

In light of what is happening with Rekers there are a great many conversations out there dominated by people who should shut the fuck up. “Escorting is a livelihood, not a career.” Oh, really? Well, look who knows so much. Let’s take a moment to evaluate whether or not escorting is a career. A career is that work one does for which one is paid, and it is generally supported by personal investment, training,...

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Sculpture: A long term process

I get asked fairly often what I’ve been doing in the last year or two to get my fitness results. I’ve decided to be very specific, despite the fact that each person has his/her own gender, age, body type, metabolism, race, motivation level, and other host of factors that will affect his/her ability to implement any of this. There is one overarching factor that will help you, no matter what type of exercise regimen you...

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The Metamorphosis

Hello everyone! Wow. I took an entire week off from posting – a few of you have emailed to make sure I’m okay. Yes, all is well – I was on the road alot last week, and wasn’t able to post in that time. But I’m back now, and I have a few ideas up my sleeve. Tomorrow I will have a posting about Swinging Richards (a good one, don’t worry!), but before I address it, I want to go through the process of...

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Pole dance technique, #1: Crossed ankle pike (no hands)

(Edit: The link to the pics below will show you some amazing female pole artists, but here’s a video as well of an amazing male pole artist. Courtesy of Jennifer – thanks for the link!) There are a wide variety of pole tricks you can do, depending on the strength of your arms and legs, and the diameter of the pole. A female pole is generally about 1.5-2 inches in diameter, and a male pole is usually more like 3-4 inches....

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