Extreme Fitness Brighton

Extreme Fitness Brighton

January 2nd, 2011 at 12:09 am

Welcome To the Personal trainer of Brighton and Hove

Welcome to the homepage of the personal trainer in Brighton Samuel Pont. If you want to get in shape for any reason be it for increased health, for a sporting goal or just to look better I can definitely help!

I strive to know my personal training clients inside out, with correct nutrition, motivational coaching and physical techniques, all my clients can testify that they’ve never been fitter, healthier and more importantly happier.

We can train in the gym or my personal preference outside to really get you out the home or the desk and moving well and breathing new life and strength back into your body.

I’ve got loads of different fitness packages available to suit all budgets so get in contact today by email or on 07707146197 to get started.

If you want access to some exclusive free content from video master classes in kettlebell technique to some of the best nutritional advice send me an email using our contact form on the –contact us page. Also check out the weekly updated fitness and personal training advice in the posts below, looking forward to hearing from you soon,


Personal Trainer Brighton 

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May 31st, 2016 at 3:32 pm

Good Hemp Protein for Health UK

in: Nutrition

If you haven’t used Hemp Protein before you are missing out on one of the best foods to promote not only health but performance in the UK.  I started using Hemp Protein after reading a clinical report about how the cannabidiolic acids that are unique to Hemp Protein can slow the rate of cancer cell migration in the body. I has become very sick during the Christmas Holidays and was looking to radically alter my lifestyle. Much of my food revolved around increasing performance, with too much focus on the macro rather than the micro nutrients.Good hemp I learned from research, not only contained the cannabidiolic acids but also a massive whack of full spectrum protein (very unusual for a plant protein) and also the hemp protein was packed with essential fatty acids (EFAS) with a really great omega 3/6 profile. Great then! Time to dive in and get some and replace much of the whey protein I was taking!

What I wanted was a good locally sourced product as I saw nearly all the Hemp came from China and I am always keen to reduce my carbon foot print and support the local economy. As I found this was nearly impossible to find. This lead me to start my own company ‘Green Muscle Hemp Protein’! I found a local farmer in Sussex UK who had just started to grow his Hemp crop for oil and Protein , so with the stars in alignment :) I started Green Muscle Hemp Protein. It was so different from the previous Hemp I had tried – the difference between a good hemp protein and a mass produce version is astronomical.

The feedback has been absolutely fantastic! People after using the hemp have not only said it tasted great (which is unusual for hemp!) but also they have noticed that their daily energy levels have skyrocketed and they have been a lot less sick throughout the year – exactly like my own experiences using it! Great affirmation of the product which made me so happy! To be able to help people with a locally sourced UK product was my dream and it came to fruition!

So what actually is the clinical evidence for the health benefits on Hemp Protein use? There are many! A quick search on pub med the leading clinical evidence site reveals too many all to list. However the main points are firstly it can reduce blood triglyceride levels , the bad harmful fats the GP tests for – this is essential if you want to avoid metabolic diseases such as coronary heart disease. Hemp protein has also been shown to reduce cancer cell migration – something I was keen to start on since the high rate of cancer in my family.

Hemp Protein has also a good direct effect to reduce inflammation in the joints through its awesome omega 3/6 profile- in fact one dose of Green Muscle Hemp provides all your EFAS for the entire day! It also has a hefty whack of ‘complete’ protein – the same amount as two large eggs per serving- so great for those looking to boost their protein intake or replace some of the animal protein with something more healthy!

All in all its been a life changing experience not only consuming the Hemp but also helping so many other people lead healthier lives by replacing some of their animal protein with plant protein that is packed with so many other health giving properties. Power Plant Protein for the Win!

Green Muscle hemp is available to buy here – Powerful Plant ProteinHemp Protein UK

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May 20th, 2015 at 11:37 am

Strong, Stable and Savage Core!

Shoulders of steel


My new Ebook ‘Strong Savage Core’ is out now! And best of all its free to all you lovely people! It’s a complete 6 month training routine, video clip for each exercise and complete exercise break down so you know exactly what you are doing. By the end of the 6 month period you’ll be able to perform the top hardcore core exercises like hanging leg raises, hanging wipers and the tough but awesome Janda Sit Up! Why am I giving this all to you for free? Simply to say thanks and create some strong, functional pain free individuals out there! Follow through the add to cart link below to download for free- you can do it from your idevice or laptop/desktop, Enjoy!

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April 26th, 2015 at 6:06 pm

Going into The Float Tank / Isolation Tank for Exercise Recovery

Ok so recently I had the pleasure of going into a float tank. If you haven’t heard of them then you may have called isolation or sensory deprivation tanks. It’s basically a large space age looking pod that closes with you inside filled with really warm salty water. 1000 pounds of salt to be precise! Due to the amount of salt in the water when you’re in their you are completely weightless- the first time you will have experienced that since being in the womb- unless your name is Buzz Aldrin :). So you close the lid and get in, shut the lid and turn off the light. As the air temperature is held at exactly body temperature and so is the water temperature you are completely disjointed from your physical body. Coupled with the lack of vision and hearing this gives rise to a feeling of just pure consciousness. Now you might be asking why did I do this? Well it can be awesome for exercise recovery so I really wanted to give it a go. I also experienced some pretty full on psychedelic vision in there – something I wasn’t really expecting!  If you want to hear my whole experience in full then check out my podcast link below- it really was pretty full on – and I go into all the strange and sometimes embarrassing detail in it!

Isolation Tank Exercise Recovery

Isolation Tank Exercise Recovery

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May 17th, 2014 at 4:14 pm

Increase your HGH (human growth hormone) Boost Your Performance

A way to massively Boost your HGH (human growth hormone) naturally


So I was listening to a podcast the other day when I heard Dr.Rhonda Patrick give a great discourse on ‘hyper thermic conditioning’ for improving athletic performance. She’s a really knowledgeable individual in so many areas when it comes to supplementation and in this field of the above. And what’s different about her is that we aren’t talking ‘bro science’ here – she cuts through the crap as she’s actually a leader in clinical research in her field.


As you may know I’m massively big on recovery after training. If you can’t recover you session is pretty much wasted and may actually be to your detriment. I use as many modalities as possible to improve my recovery rate- even more so now I’m in my mid thirties, I’ll take any advantage I can. Since concentrating on these areas I would say I’m actually fitter and healthier than I was in my early 20’s.


So what exactly is hyper thermic conditioning? It’s basically the practice of raising your body’s core temperature by a large degree on a regular basis to elicit several effects from your bodily system. The studies that she has done have namely used a sauna as the heat source – I’m unsure as yet if really hot baths can do the trick but I hope she can enlighten me on this! And the benefits are truly amazing.


So looking at endurance – she discovered that after she subjected 6 runners to 12 sauna sessions per week of 30 mins each, they could after the study run an extra 32% in distance before becoming exhausted. Now that’s pretty major. In fact it’s huge.


Then looking at growth hormone. As you may know growth hormone is important within the body for releasing igf1 factors and so help illicit repair of the muscular system after exercise and a decrease of the oxidation of proteins within the body- helping prevent muscle breakdown. Now Dr Rhonda has discovered that 2x 20 min sauna sessions boost natural GH two fold- now that is amazing! As you get older growth hormone pulses are greatly reduced making it harder to recover after sessions- this could potentially be a lifesaver for the older athlete.

Now she discovered something else amazing when it came to growth hormone release. That 2 x 1 hour sauna sessions, per day over a 7-day period, increased growth hormone levels by 16 fold- that’s a 1600% increase!!

Ok so I can hear what you’re thinking already that there’s no way you can do 2 hours in a sauna a day. However imagine this – you’re an injured athlete who relies on his/her body for a living- would you do this – sure you would to naturally rocket your levels.

And what does this mean for your average sports man? Well probably that we all should be looking at hyper thermic conditioning a lot closer and also using it as one of our modalities to recover. Until now much of focus has been on cryotherapy such as ice baths etc. which the evidence to whether it is an effective modality is scarce. I think each has its place. Ice baths to prevent inflammation close to a major event such as during the peaking phase of competition; however I do believe hyper thermic conditioning under this evidence should be used as a regular tool by all those looking to gain the edge over their physiology.

If you’d like to know what other techniques I really recommend to enhance recovery have a listen to my podcast below – its all free information – share the love!


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January 4th, 2014 at 9:34 am

Strength Training for BJJ and Grappling

Strength Training for BJJ


After many questions on the best way to increase strength from BJJ team mates and questions from my Facebook page I’ve decided to knock this article out to shed some light on the best way to gain strength for the grappling arts – in particular BJJ. I see so much rubbish on the net from people who have a some knowledge but then bastardise it creating a program that simply will not work.  It’s kind of like creating a perfect sauce just because cream works in one sauce you don’t go adding it too everything!


Basic strength training is essential if you are to increase your overall maximum strength and therefore power. Circuit type training will give you power endurance (P.E), but if you have not built a decent base of strength to begin with you will have little strength to convert to P.E. You will get fitter and also your general endurance will be better but higher levels of strength and power will always escape you.


You should however lift correctly- too much volume and you will negatively effect your BJJ training which at all costs should be avoided- too little and you will make little or no gains. The exercise selection is also essential- you want to keep the same few basic lifts in , year in year out.


People now are coming around to the great benefits of strength training for BJJ. For the competitor it is essential as on an equal skill level strength can be the deciding factor. For self-defense it is also essential; skill of course is paramount but in a situation where an opponent is using all their strength and aggression against you.

Below is a good program, which is great for strength development for BJJ. If you notice deadlifts have very low volume as the greatly tax the C.N.S and muscular system which can be great if you are a pure strength athlete, but not if you want to be rolling and training well in the same week

Use around 2-3 mins rest between sets and make sure to warm up well before each workout

I like to keep grip work using the gi sleeves etc. during circuit/power endurance session as these can negatively affect max strength gains if you use them during the Barbell sessions. Keep grip work to after training strength or during the P.E sessions. Also you will see that there are slight variations in the exercises each week. Each one still contains a push, press, squat/d.l etc. but the angles are changed up.





Workout 1

Wide Chins 3 sets 4-5 reps (weighted if needed)

Dips, 3 sets 5-6reps (weighted if needed)

Regular barbell Squat 4 sets 5-6 reps

Bent Over Barbell Rows-supinated grip (Palms Up) 3 sets 5 reps



Workout 2

Bent Over Barbell Rows-supinated grip (Palms Up) 3 sets 5 reps

Regular barbell Squat 4 sets 5-6 reps

Dips, 3 sets 5-6reps (weighted if needed)

Wide Chins 3 sets 4-5 reps (weighted if needed)


Workout 3

Deadlift 1 warm up set 12 reps 2 working sets of 5 reps

Wide Chins 3 sets 4-5 reps (weighted if needed)

Bent Over Barbell Rows-supinated grip (Palms Up) 3 sets 5 reps

Dips, 3 sets 5-6reps (weighted if needed)





Week 2



Workout 1


Split takedown stance Barbell Squats 3 sets x 5 reps per leg

Bent Over Rows Pronated Grip 3 sets x 5 reps

Pull Ups- Palms You Grip Shoulder Width 3 sets x 5 reps

Flat Close Grip Bench Press 3 sets x 5 reps


Workout 2

Flat Close Grip Bench Press 3 sets x 5 reps

Pull Ups- Palms You Grip Shoulder Width 3 sets x 5 reps

Bent Over Rows Pronated Grip 3 sets x 5 reps

Split takedown stance Barbell Squats 3 sets x 5 reps per leg



Workout 3

Deadlift 1 warm up set 12 reps 2 working sets of 3 reps

Bent Over Rows Pronated Grip 3 sets x 5 reps

Pull Ups- Palms You Grip Shoulder Width 3 sets x 5 reps

Flat Close Grip Bench Press 3 sets x 5 reps



When week 2 is completed simply cycle back around to week 1. After a few months you should notice some serious power and strength gain within your game. If you are also completing circuit training alongside this you should notice the power gains here also.

Remember to stop all heavy lifting around 12 days before any competition to create a good training taper in combination with switching to more power endurance work around 6 weeks before – but more of that in a different article!

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October 30th, 2013 at 5:21 pm

Avoiding O.T.S (Over Training Syndrome) in BJJ Athletes

Preventing Over Training Syndrome (OTS) in BJJ


Here’s the fact- OTS is real. What anyone might tell you otherwise O.T.S is very real and can create long-term problems with your training and your health. I was prompted to write this after several requests about recovery from my own BJJ teammates and several emails received in the last few weeks.


O.T.S is massively prevalent in BJJ mainly due to the fact that proponents of BJJ tend to train far more often than other grappling arts- sometimes a few hours each day. This could be why steroid use and HGH use has increased dramatically in BJJ circles –not particularly for the strength gain- simply put they massively improve recovery.

Athletes in BJJ coming up to competition are far more likely to suffer from O.T.S due to the increased regularity and intensity of training in the lead up before the tapering of training.

So what are the symptoms of O.T.S and how can you avoid them?


-Decreased performance- you may find you are not performing any where near your best

-Drop in hormonal levels of Testosterone, Growth Hormone


-Aches within the joints and muscles- not the feeling of normal stiffness after training but Flu like aches in the muscles and joints

-Irritability and possibly depression

-Increased incidence of infections and illnesses

-Decreased handgrip strength

-Loss of Sexual Desire

-Reduced interest in your Sport

-Increased injuries


So the question is how do you maintain intensity of training in a lead up to competition without suffering OTS? You need to lock down several factors.


Firstly sleep. You must get at least 8-10 hours sleep per night. Without the correct amount of sleep you are almost guaranteed to get OTS. If you are training like an athlete you need to sleep like one and that means more than a regular persons quota. When you sleep hormones such as Growth Hormone (one of your main regeneration hormones) is released in waves- you don’t get enough sleep – you don’t get enough. Same goes for testosterone. Make your excuses and go to bed.

You should also try to get in catnaps of around 20-30 mins during the day if possible, these can be a great top ups.


Secondly you have to make sure your nutrition is tip-top. You can’t expect to train like an athlete and fuel like slob- you need the correct nutrition to create the ideal environment for recovery. This means a clean diet rich in protein, good fats (and this includes cholesterol in moderation), clean carbs and also massively high in micronutrients – your vitamins and minerals. You also need to be very disciplined when it comes to the regularity of your meals at this time. This means eating regularly 6 moderately sized meals a day so you get a stream of nutrition into your body. A good supply of water too is also essential you should always remain hydrated.

With the extra intensity and volume of training you should also schedule in some activities that help bring your level of excitation down. These can include yoga, meditation or if you’re not that way inclined scheduling time for a slow walk in the country or by the beach to balance out the high intensity work with something that will bring you psychologically down. This aspect is often overlooked, but I have found in my own training 20 minutes meditation a day really helps to rebalance my stress levels and improve my energy and recovery.


And now on to the supplements -many people choose not to use supplements for one reason or another- but there is a reason top athletes use them-they do improve recovery especially if your body is under extra training stress.

A good high dose multi-vitamin that has high levels of Vit D, Vit C, Vit E, Magnesium and Zinc is a good choice – I like the Berocca brand as it has fairly high doses of most of these except Vitamin D. Magnesium and Zinc are not only essential for immune function but also testosterone output. Low testosterone as previously mentioned is a marker for OTS and will effect recovery times.

I also recommend supplementing in with High Strength Fish Oil as not only does this have a good dose of Vit D, its had good levels of DHA and EPA.  Plus supplementing in with fish oil has been seen to Blunt cortisol (your stress hormone) output that can be a factor in creating OTS.

I also recommend the substance HMB at a dose of around 3 grams a day split into three doses. HMB is an amino acid metabolite and helps reduce muscle breakdown. I add in 1 gram to each of the 3 protein shakes I consume during the day. I’ve really found personally it helps.

Creatine is a great substance for preventing O.T.S as in many studies has been shown to reduce oxidative stress from hard training. However its use in BJJ is tricky. Standard creatine can increase water retention – which as you can guess isn’t ideal if you are cutting weight for a competition. However there is a form of creatine called creatine ester ethyl that is much more effective and can be run at lower effective doses of 1.5g-3grams per day- the lower dose means that far less water retention is experienced.

Protein supplementation is also beneficial and there are some great products on the market. My own personal choice is CNP’s Pro-Recover after training- its high in Glucose- essential after training to switch your body from a Catabolic (muscle burning) to an Anabolic (muscle repairing) state, and also a whack of fast acting protein to help with the repair. The other CNP product I recommend is Pro-Peptide – a great blended protein with awesome amino profile. It has a mixture of ‘fast’ and ‘slow’ proteins. This is a great one to consume before bed, as the slow proteins will be used over night so that you have a ‘drip’ of nutrition throughout the night.


So you may be saying all this sounds a little OTT on the OTS! Well ask yourself how many people do you know coming up to competition who train really hard suffer OTS symptoms-including yourself- I’m sure it’s quite a few. BJJ players put themselves through the mill with full contact sparring and conditioning that few other athletes have to contend with. It up there being one of the hardest sports on your body around- especially in the lead up to competition. It’s all about creating the ideal environment for recovery. Each thing you leave out or fall short on has an effect on your recovery and ultimately your performance on the mat and competition- Oss!

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February 14th, 2013 at 9:35 am

5 Reasons Why High Pulls Kick ASS!

5 Reasons why High Pulls Kick Ass!


Barbell High pulls tend to be my choice when developing explosiveness in my athletes. Some coaches still stick to the standard Olympic lifts and although these can still be warranted in some cases 90% of the time a better training response can be gained with the high pull and the weighted jumping squat and other plyometric methods


1-High pulls require very little technical skill. The Olympic lifts and derivatives such as clean; snatch and jerk require many hours of practice to nail the technicalities of each lift correctly. High pulls condition the posterior chain in the same way without hours of coaching to perfect technique. Athletes (even pro ones) have limited time- they need to get rolling with a technique that has gains from the first session not months down the line when eventually the skill has improved to a level where suitable weight loads can be used. Coaches have to remember they aren’t training Olympic lifters but athletes that people short on time to devote to conditioning training.


2-More weight can be used- if we are looking for optimal power gain through the posterior chain we don’t want the athletes weights inhibited by lack of technique such as the above point or having to stabilize the weight into a snatch or catch in the clean.  This isn’t to say sometimes this is appropriate but for the most ‘bang for the buck’ we want the maximal weight possible loading the hamstrings, glutes and spinal extensors to create powerful extension.


3-With the high pull there is less chance of injury to the athlete. In more technical lifts such as the snatch even the clean due to the technicalities of each lift there is more chance of injury to the athlete- something we are directly trying to avoid! If you’ve injured the athlete, or they have injured themselves then you’ve detracted from performance not added to it.


4- Continuing on the point above there is less stress on the wrists. Many individuals find the catch position in the clean very bad for their wrists and have to develop sufficient wrist and finger flexibility to do this lift safely.


5- a less mobile athlete can still perform the exercises. Not all athletes as you may think are highly mobile and flexible. I’ve seen many really good individuals with horrific mobility issues and the Olympic lifts are really not for them. Good flexibility through the ankle, hips, thoracic spine and shoulder girdle are essential if you are to conduct the Olympic lifts in good form. With the high pull  only a standard level of mobility is needed.


This is why with the majority of the individuals I train when we are working on explosive power as our primary goal I favour the high pull over the true Olympic lifts. Depending on the athlete there will also be a combination of Weighted jumping squats, splits lunges and box jumps etc.- but the same if not better and safer training response can be gained in a much shorter period of time with these methods



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February 7th, 2013 at 10:02 am

Shoulders of Steel

So I finally got around to writing this post as promised (albeit some months later!) for those looking to pack on some serious size and strength on to their shoulder using a combination of kettlebell and dumbells. Shoulders maketh man- and there’s nothing more impressive than a fine set of shoulders. Years – and i’m talking years ago (80 or so) in physical culture it was all about the shoulders- a  strong men were defined with how powerful strong and large  their shoulders were, now days unfortunately it seems to be all about the pecs-I know i’d rather have flat pecs and boulder shoulders any day! Anyway Its a great killer of a session give it a go and let me know what you think- you’ll need a good selection of kettlebells and dumbbells so you may want to do this at your local well equipped gym unless you’re well stocked yourself! Anyway enjoy!

1-Light warm up on rower for 3 mins followed by mobility work around shoulder- arm circles, rotations etc for a further 3 mins

2-Arnold press with 2 kettlebells seated for following rep range over 5 sets 15,12,10,8 using increasingly heavier bells, 1.5 mins between sets

3-Standing Seesaw kettlebell press rep range per arm for sets 10,8,6,4  each set superset with upright kettlebell double rows rep range with each corresponding set- 10,8,6,6- 1.5 mins between each superset

4-Double Deadstart Kettlebell Clean and press rep range for each set 10,8,6,4 each set superset with dumbbell lateral raises 15,12,10,10 one minute between each superset

5-Dumbell Bent Over Rear Delt Raise 15,12,10,8 35 secs between sets

6- Dumbell Shrugs Rack Run/Drop Set 15 reps, 15 reps 15 reps decreasing weight non stop 1 minutes rest time repeat x 4

7- Giant set (no rest between exercises of) Standing Double Kettlebell shoulder press 10 reps, Double upright Kettlebell Row 10 reps, Dumbell Lateral Raises 10 reps, Dumbell Rear Delt Raise 10 reps, Standing double dumbell Front Raises 10 reps- 1 minutes rest repeat 3x. You’ll have to drop the weights for all these exercises significantly to get through it!


And that’s a wrap! Let me know by email if there’s any other areas you are interested in working on and the most popular i’ll write into workouts for you

Train Hard


Personal Trainer Brighton

Shoulders of steel


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November 18th, 2012 at 2:21 pm

Fixing Knee Pain



Fixing Knee Pain


Knee pain is one of the most prevalent causes of training discomfort with those who train and for good reason- the knees are one of the most active joint in the body and also one of the more complicated.  The cause of knee pain can be varied but can be boiled down to a few major.

  1. Poor Movement patterns- this can be poor technique from incorrect coaching or performing exercises such as the lunge when too fatigued to maintain correct posture.
  2. Faulty motor patterns- sometimes the body will try to initiate certain movements with the wrong muscles- incorrect sequential firing- a good example of this is the adductors attempting to produce the motion of hip extension (such as rising from the squat) instead of the glutes and hamstrings. This can cause problems as the adductors can produce hip extension but also obviously as their name suggests produce hip adduction. This during motions such as the squat can cause the knees to bow inwards piling on the pressure through the wrong area of the knee and can produce patella tracking problems (how the patella- the kneecap glides during motion)
  3. Lack of muscular control and support from the superior and inferior chain of muscles. A joint is only as strong as the muscles not only at that joint but the muscles above and below it- this is particularly true of the knee. If the hip muscles cannot effectively stabilize the hip during motion then this lack of control will relate as stress through into the knee. The same is true of the ankle and foot- an unstable muscular network here will relate that stress directly though into the joints above it.
  4. Lack of Flexibility and mobility in the joints of the hip, ankle and foot. Conversely if the hip or ankle are not mobile enough to deal with changes in motion and direction then again this will cause undue stress through the knee joint
  5. Lack of muscular support at the knee.  The knee itself must have adequate stabilization at the joint from the major supporting muscle – the VMO the Vastus Medialis. Without a strong VMO the knee will be inherently unstable and patella tracking problems will again arise.


So these are the main issues that effect most people when experiencing knee pain so how can you fix them? Take a look at the video below where I go though some of my favorite fixes – I tend to do all the VMO work and Hip work about once a week working on control of motion.

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June 11th, 2012 at 6:51 am

Cross Training Games!

The new app the “Cross Training Games!’ is out now!
A revolutionary way to use your idevice to compete on a world stage at your favorite fitness exercises!

Compete against friends , family, colleagues and on the world stage pushing your fitness, fat loss and strength through the roof! Ever wished you could compete in the olympics? Now here’s the next best thing!

First select your event- Swings, Push Ups or Squats and simply put the idevice into your pocket or sports strap, start the clock and off you go! Bust out as many kettlebell swings, pushups or squats as you can in the time- no time for quitting now – don’t forget this is competition – time to step up and win!

The idevice will log each rep through the unique calibration system within the app and then signal when your time is complete! Then the cross training games will award you your ranking- are you a ‘Push Up WIMP’? or are your in the elite of ‘Push Up Grandmaster?’ the Cross Training Games will award you your deserved ranking!

And that’s only half of it!! The Cross Training Games has full integration with the Apple Game Center so you can check the leaderboards to see exactly how you are performing against everyone else using the app on the international stage! Think your good? Think you can compete and take first place? Now’s the time to prove it!

Not only that the Cross Training Games will save each workout you do with the app in the view workouts section so you can automatically log each workout and see how you are performing to keep your fitness progressing.

Training with the Cross Training Games puts the fun back into training!

-Amazing rep logging ability for each specific exercise

-Complete integration with the Apple Game Center

– Blurs the line between exercise and gaming!

-Compete on an international stage!

-Put fun back into your workouts!

-Automatically log each workout, each rep each time to keep yourself progressing

-Receive your Ranking for each exercise each time!

-Complete Facebook and Twitter sharing

-Easy to use

-Burn Fat, get strong and Get Fit

Click on the icon below to go to the app store! If you can return to app store and leave stars and review after downloading that would be great!

Cross Training Games

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