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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Health and Fitness Radio Tuesday: Readiness for change



Todays radio broadcast:
health and fitness topics covering the readiness for change, variety in your meal plans and proper breathing technique.

Eric Dempsey
Master Sergeant, US Army Retired
MS, ISSA Master Trainer
Dempseys Resolution Fitness

Monday, May 1, 2017

Nutrition: Grocery shopping and macronutrients



I did a quick grocery store run today.

Many people ask me frequently about meal plans, grocery lists, what foods to get and other related questions.

So I thought I would show you what I actually got today.

This is just a partial list of stuff that I got to get me through the next few days.

It is all about protein, fats and carbs.

There are many different meal combos that you can make with a variety of macronutrients.

This just gives you an idea of what I normally get and the different meals that are possible.

Hope it helps. Let me know what you think.

Eric Dempsey
Master Sergeant, US Army Retired
MS, Specialist in Fitness Nutrition
Dempseys Resolution Fitness

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Plant Based Protein: Are you getting enough?



In this video, I discuss the realities of plant based proteins.

You need a lot more than you think!

Eric Dempsey
Master Sergeant, US Army Retired
Masters Degree in Exercise Science
ISSA Master Trainer

Friday, November 18, 2016

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Eric Dempsey
Master Sergeant, US Army Retired
MS, ISSA Master Trainer
Dempseys Resolution Fitness

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Hybeam Poplamp and Flashlight Review




Survival Life has their poplamp / flashlight on sale now!

Just cover 4.95 shipping while supplies last.

This is a great multipurpose light that would be a great addition to your camping gear, bug out bag, home, vehicle, boat or other kit.

Grab one now before they are gone! Go here!

Eric Dempsey
Master Sergeant,
US Army, Retired

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Morning Coffee Rant: The Pussification of America!




Morning coffee rant!

I was just reading a book review about the pussification of America and American men.

In PUSSIFICATION: The Effeminization Of The American Male,

Giles takes ‘Crispin’ from the unaccomplished, prissy and dank corridors of ‘Pussville’ -

up the steep, treacherous and unforgiving trail that leads to ‘Mantown.’-

that description is funny as hell and it just makes me laugh.

I could hear modern drill sergeants screaming that rhetoric, to the delicate flowers that they have to deal with today, in basic training. I can't even imagine the horror.

In my little world bubble of my fitness business, I can see the changes that have happened over the last ten years, as I trained and coached people in strength & conditioning.

I used to train moms trying to lose baby weight, in rapid fat loss bootcamps,
soldiers getting ready for upcoming training like ranger school, or SFAS,
athletes preparing for upcoming team tryouts, crossfitters for WOD improvement and a host of other "stuff that is really hard".

Now, I train people to "try" to stand up straight and do one push-up. - literally.

And that is actually a far more difficult and demanding job as a coach, than to get a motivated soldier or athlete, ready for an arduous event.

Complacency leads to the death of vigilance, skill and reflexes. It gets people killed.

The men and women who follow the warrior path and live in the physical culture, understand these things.

How can one explain the concept to our weak society, of the need to be strong and fit, so that you will be harder to kill?

There may be a time in the not -so -distant future, where American patriots will once again have to "trample the weak and hurdle the dead", in order to support and defend the constitution against all enemies, while defeating tyranny and oppression.

We as a society, are a nation at war, with its society soft and weak, in both mind and body, led by criminals.

That dark road has no happy endings.

Weakness is a choice, as is strength.

In today's world, it is best that you choose wisely.

I choose strength. Who will walk with me down that lonely path?

I can assure you that once you go the extra mile, it won't be crowded there.

Ok, time for more coffee!

Eric Dempsey
Master Sergeant, US Army Retired
Training for Warriors Level 2 Coach

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Lifetime PR at 48 Years Old!


Lifetime PR at 48 yrs old!

Tonight, first time ever, I hit 505lbs on the trap bar.

That might not be much for some people, but for me it was a lot.

With all of my back, hip and knee injuries, from decades as an infantry soldier and martial arts practitioner, I was alway limited in my lower body strength & power development.

A couple years before I retired from the Army, I could barely walk, after a parachute landing injury followed up with 
insane Ranger 5 mile runs and other useless physical therapy. 

Almost 10 years after I retired, my knees are fine, the rest of me is hanging in there and I just lifted over 500lbs. 

I validated my program once again. 

Hopefully, I will be able to walk tomorrow. 

Hit the weights!

Eric Dempsey
MS, Training for Warriors Level 2 Coach