231017: PERFORMANCE: Does Smoking Week Enhance Fitness

THERE ARE ROAD races where you’re encouraged to run high, and gyms dedicated to working out stoned. But what actually happens if you smoke weed and then run—or jump, or lift?

“How marijuana affects your workout or performance depends largely on the type of exercise and goal at hand,” says Jordan Tishler, M.D., a Harvard-trained internist and leading cannabis therapeutics specialist.

And to be clear: There isn’t much hard scientific research on marijuana and exercise. One of the few studies we have, published recently in the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, reports that weed degrades peak performance. Researchers only looked at it qualitatively, so we don’t know how much of an effect smoking weed would have on your workout, Tishler points out. But for a race, competition, or even deadlift PR, you want to be at your best—so as best we know, skip the spliff.

I personally Do not recommend Smoking Marijuana for Fitness or Performance reasons unless it is for a Health orientated reason like anxiety, cancer etc. Then again I think a lot of people with Mental Health issues need to speak out more. Share and speak with family, friends and their mentors/ trainers.

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Hey hey Boss Strong Crew,

I am a huge fan of Tory Woodward and had a read of a blog post he wrote up last year. Cardio is important for many reasons other than just to burn fat. I personally do cardio all year round with an average of two fasted steady states and 1 HIIT Cardio session. Enjoy the read.

Jay @jamiewilson_live


To cardio, or not to cardio? That is the age old question question every off season, and as a personal trainer, I’ve heard all the arguments: “off season is all about gains,” and “cardio just isn’t my favorite.” Well, I hate to break it to you, but the answer to your questions is “to cardio,” so get ready to break a sweat and quite griping! I’m going to show you three amazing benefits you can get from doing cardio.


Cardio is the key to maintaining your general health! Keeping a modest amount of cardio in your routine is key to keeping up both your physical and mental health. Cardio helps maintain a healthy heart, cycling blood and water through your system, which reduces swelling/bloating and improves metabolism. Furthermore, cardio stimulates your mind, and many forms can be considered therapeutic or even meditative.

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250717: NEW Torsion Bars

My 15kg and 12kg 🏋 @torsion_bars have arrived. 🌏Local W.A owned company and excited to use these with my PT clients, friends and for my own training. Check it out! 🙌💪🌊🌅

From squats, lunges, carries and sprints. Bicep & tricep movements and much more.

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#fitness #bossstrong #pt #torsionbars #strength #hiit #functionaltraining #beach #movment #perthfitfam #lifestyle #fun #australia #training #personaltrainer #physique #bikini #getitdone

190517: Consistency with Fitness

Consistency is always our intentions. Finding balance and creating a lifestyle of health, happiness and getting to the gym 4-5 days a week. But…. sometimes our biggest hurdle is ourselves. Our mindset, our preparation and and setting unrealistic goals can make us stumble. Here is a few solutions to think about.

Mistake No. 1 – “The diet and exercise start Monday.”

Really? Why Monday? Why not today? One reason people put it off is to have one last hurrah with bad food and drink, which makes the transition only harder. For most, the new routine entails grueling cardio sessions and restrictive dieting that’s not in any way enjoyable. And if it’s not enjoyable, you’re not going to stick with it.

Solution: “My new lifestyle starts today.” Scale down the overblown commitments, and start with something simple. Instead of 45 minutes of cardio, just promise yourself 10 minutes of any light activity. This can be as simple as marching in place while watching TV. Your commitments will grow, but only once you’ve proved to yourself that you can stick to the smaller ones. Just START now and choose higher for yourself and your goals.


Mistake No. 2 – “I’m going to be perfect this time.”

This mindset simply breeds failure. When real life happens and things aren’t so perfect, people who think this way throw in the towel fast.

Solution: Set realistic expectations. We are all perfectly imperfect. We will fall on our faces hundreds of times throughout our lives. This doesn’t signal failure. If you fall off your diet or miss the gym, share the news with a friend who doesn’t judge—absolve yourself of the guilt and move on.

Mistake No. 3 “I forgot my_____or It’s to late I will_____…… I guess I just won’t train today.”

Whatever the answer, I’ve heard it a million times. It’s easy to rationalize not training because of a lack of sneakers or other gear, but it has a high cost.

Solution: Success doesn’t just happen. You have to plan for it, but it’s easy. Just pack a gym bag with the bare necessities. Keep it in your car or work bag. If you’re always armed, you’re always ready. Even better still, if you know you’re going to be busy most days and a lot of your energy is used during those hours get up an hour early and go to the gym with the sunrise…… Trust me, it does feel good after your body adjusts to the positive change and you will be more productive at work because of your new found fitness and feel good energy.

Jamie Wilson – Boss Strong Fitness & Mensfitness.com

180517: ICN WA @ the Weekend


The @ICN_WA Natural Body Building Show went down for real at the weekend here in Perth, Australia.

ICN have definitely stepped it up from the last 3 years and I can see it will only get better. So many competitors and so many outstanding athletes came out and give it their all.

Huge Congrats to close friends Chris Coustley, Ash Sheldon and Chicko 🙂 A whole heap of 1st, 2nd’s, 3rd’s and a 4th in their line ups!!!! Well done.

YES I WILL BE COMPETING!!! New meal plan has started and Training has turned up…. yes even more. Let’s do this!

IF YOU HAVE GOALS!!!! SMALL or BIG and you feel you need support send me an email or message me on here.



Chris with his 1st Placing in Men’s Physique 30+ Division 2017 Season A

080517: Vlog #12 Lifestyle & Legs

Good Morning from Perth Western Australia everyone,

MONDAY! A day seen as the start of the week. A day to be productive. A day to set new goals and get it done! To me, Monday is just another day to better one self and choose higher.


Enjoy this VLOG and if you enjoy please Subscribe and Like….. It is only getting better and I am getting some new camera gear.

030517: Simple

Hello Tribe!!!!


Sometimes it really can be that SIMPLE!

  • Be you
  • Surround yourself with people that make you happy and inspire you
  • Do your BEST


010317: Family Balance and Leg Training

Good afternoon from my work desk at home crew,

Family, work and our own health. 3 things that are so important to me. 

FAMILY: needs time, patience, love and your attention.

WORK/ Passion/Business :needs your attention, care, thinking and ambition aswell as ACTION

HEALTH/ Fitness: needs your energy, mindset, motivation, muscles, attention and MUST DO mindset.



Enjoy my latest VLog #6



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