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A Triad For Success

A Triad For Success

Creating an effective plan by which to achieve a goal, whether that goal be aesthetic or performance based, requires the ability to balance three critically important considerations for an individual. In my work with clients, I have found that balancing the interplay of an individual’s wants, needs, and actual abilities to be the primary determinant […]

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Establish Your Baseline Part II

Establish Your Baseline Part II

In the first part of this article I addressed some of the common missteps people take when embarking on a program to alter body-composition or performance. Namely, they fail to critically assess their current situation, to address what needs changing, and then to alter specific variables in a methodical way. I will address my preferred […]

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Establish Your Baseline

Establish Your Baseline

One of the biggest mistakes I see people constantly make with regard to attaining their goals is a failure to establish a baseline or starting point. I believe many people are under the impression that everything they are currently doing is totally devoid of any positive characteristics and that a complete overhaul of their training, […]

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Fat loss: The Methods are Many, The Principles Few

Fat loss: The Methods are Many, The Principles Few

Two weeks ago a good friend of mine, JC Deen of JCDFitness wrote an article entitled Fitness and the Internets: Battling Objectivity, Rationality, and Even our own Psychology.  The articled delved into some of the reasons why people tend to become so dogmatic about the superiority of their chosen methodology of training or nutrition and why […]

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Being Mindful of Movement

Being Mindful of Movement

One (and perhaps the only) positive thing to come out of Hurricane Sandy was that my homie Jordan Syatt returned to the relative safety of Massachusetts to wait out the storm as it ravaged the rest of the East Coast. Jordan and I had the opportunity to train together twice while he was up in […]

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An Ode to Walking

An Ode to Walking

I first fell in love with walking while I was living in Prague, Czech Republic in the fall of 2005 as a study abroad student. Many of the afternoons and weekends during my five- month stint there were spent exploring the city and it’s various neighborhoods on foot trying to soak up as much of […]

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My Home on The Interwebz

My Home on The Interwebz

As the title says this is my residence in the vast and sprawling neighborhood that is the Internet; you are always welcome. If this is your first time visiting then I suggest you head over to my “About” section and allow me to introduce myself to you a bit. My home is open to all; […]

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My name is Andrew Griffin and I am a Boston- based fitness consultant and trainer. For the better part of the last decade I have been consumed with learning as much as humanly possible about training and nutrition and how the interplay of the two affect both our appearance, performance, and general health.

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