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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?


At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael


===Scott==
I seriously don't know how you do it? Most smaller non franchise or corporate gyms that I've come across seem to struggle to stay alive. They are not exactly big money makers and yet you keep expanding and have the ability to get complete collections of the best and rarest pieces of exercise equipment ever made. Which lottery did you win, ha ha !
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael


it would be awesome if you would video some the workouts like you used to youtube
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

hit4me wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael

it would be awesome if you would video some the workouts like you used to youtube


I will have to get back into that. We did a 2 season TV show for one of the local stations up my way. They filmed 16 episodes which if you search STG Strength and Power on youtube you can watch. It didn't find much of an audience on youtube but around my way it aired in all the major markets in southern Ontario. I was able to say most of what I wanted to say with those shows. Also showed many of the rare Nautilus machines in filming.

Michael
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g0ld3nuncw

North Carolina, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael


You have the most toys, you win. Seriously, congratulations on an incredible collection. I realize it's not just a collection, I'm sure people are getting great workouts they can't duplicate anywhere else.


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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

entsminger wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael

===Scott==
I seriously don't know how you do it? Most smaller non franchise or corporate gyms that I've come across seem to struggle to stay alive. They are not exactly big money makers and yet you keep expanding and have the ability to get complete collections of the best and rarest pieces of exercise equipment ever made. Which lottery did you win, ha ha !


Your looking at the wrong places. We are in a new golden era of private evidence based gyms all over the world. I'll share just a few examples.

Peter and Brian Collins in the UK are doubling the size of there gym as we speak. The HIT works should be open soon. Started in a one car garage. The commercial space will be amazing for them.

Edward Harrison is expanding. He has been running Vital Exercise for years and its only growing. Also in the UK.

Erik McKay of No Bull in Michigan built a huge poll barn only a couple of years back and is swamped with people. Upgrading his gym now to the latest Pendulum machines.

Chad Tuzzo in Quincy Illinois who has the nicest collection of one owner never been abused Nautilus machines has been buying up MEDX along with a Duo-Poly Pullover and Rotary Neck. Like most of the people on this list he is swamped and needs more space.

Blair Wilson in Toronto Canada who runs MEDX Precision Fitness is one of the most sought after trainers in one of the largest cities in North America. Been buying up machines like crazy for his space.

Andrew Shortt who use to post here often is very close to having a full line of MEDX on top of everything he currently has on his floor at WeFit.

Luke Carlson who runs the REC every year has 3 facilities now and buying up MEDX machines for a possible 4th. his staff is 20+ and his business model is the one all the rest of us have to match up to.

Roger Schwab who in my opinion has accomplished everything you possibly can in the industry is opening up a brand new facility that will be utilizing the X-Force technology. It will be a state of the art facility.

The list really goes on and on. You get the point though. It is amazing times for the community as a whole.

Michael




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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael

===Scott==
I seriously don't know how you do it? Most smaller non franchise or corporate gyms that I've come across seem to struggle to stay alive. They are not exactly big money makers and yet you keep expanding and have the ability to get complete collections of the best and rarest pieces of exercise equipment ever made. Which lottery did you win, ha ha !

Your looking at the wrong places. We are in a new golden era of private evidence based gyms all over the world. I'll share just a few examples.

Peter and Brian Collins in the UK are doubling the size of there gym as we speak. The HIT works should be open soon. Started in a one car garage. The commercial space will be amazing for them.

Edward Harrison is expanding. He has been running Vital Exercise for years and its only growing. Also in the UK.

Erik McKay of No Bull in Michigan built a huge poll barn only a couple of years back and is swamped with people. Upgrading his gym now to the latest Pendulum machines.

Chad Tuzzo in Quincy Illinois who has the nicest collection of one owner never been abused Nautilus machines has been buying up MEDX along with a Duo-Poly Pullover and Rotary Neck. Like most of the people on this list he is swamped and needs more space.

Blair Wilson in Toronto Canada who runs MEDX Precision Fitness is one of the most sought after trainers in one of the largest cities in North America. Been buying up machines like crazy for his space.

Andrew Shortt who use to post here often is very close to having a full line of MEDX on top of everything he currently has on his floor at WeFit.

Luke Carlson who runs the REC every year has 3 facilities now and buying up MEDX machines for a possible 4th. his staff is 20+ and his business model is the one all the rest of us have to match up to.

Roger Schwab who in my opinion has accomplished everything you possibly can in the industry is opening up a brand new facility that will be utilizing the X-Force technology. It will be a state of the art facility.

The list really goes on and on. You get the point though. It is amazing times for the community as a whole.

Michael






----Scott-----
This should be encouraging news to Dave F. !!
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael

===Scott==
I seriously don't know how you do it? Most smaller non franchise or corporate gyms that I've come across seem to struggle to stay alive. They are not exactly big money makers and yet you keep expanding and have the ability to get complete collections of the best and rarest pieces of exercise equipment ever made. Which lottery did you win, ha ha !

Your looking at the wrong places. We are in a new golden era of private evidence based gyms all over the world. I'll share just a few examples.

Peter and Brian Collins in the UK are doubling the size of there gym as we speak. The HIT works should be open soon. Started in a one car garage. The commercial space will be amazing for them.

Edward Harrison is expanding. He has been running Vital Exercise for years and its only growing. Also in the UK.

Erik McKay of No Bull in Michigan built a huge poll barn only a couple of years back and is swamped with people. Upgrading his gym now to the latest Pendulum machines.

Chad Tuzzo in Quincy Illinois who has the nicest collection of one owner never been abused Nautilus machines has been buying up MEDX along with a Duo-Poly Pullover and Rotary Neck. Like most of the people on this list he is swamped and needs more space.

Blair Wilson in Toronto Canada who runs MEDX Precision Fitness is one of the most sought after trainers in one of the largest cities in North America. Been buying up machines like crazy for his space.

Andrew Shortt who use to post here often is very close to having a full line of MEDX on top of everything he currently has on his floor at WeFit.

Luke Carlson who runs the REC every year has 3 facilities now and buying up MEDX machines for a possible 4th. his staff is 20+ and his business model is the one all the rest of us have to match up to.

Roger Schwab who in my opinion has accomplished everything you possibly can in the industry is opening up a brand new facility that will be utilizing the X-Force technology. It will be a state of the art facility.

The list really goes on and on. You get the point though. It is amazing times for the community as a whole.

Michael






too bad there is no-one in the south florida vicinity

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1958

Texas, USA

Michael Petrella,
I have a friend who has a gym business like the ones you described.Probably 4000 square feet and filled with MedX,Hammer,and Nautilus.Plus four or five barbell stations.Guy works alone,seeing trainees seven days a week.Lives like a monk with no internet presence or social media B.S. Last time I talked to him he said he was seeing 130 appointments a week.
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

hit4me wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael

===Scott==
I seriously don't know how you do it? Most smaller non franchise or corporate gyms that I've come across seem to struggle to stay alive. They are not exactly big money makers and yet you keep expanding and have the ability to get complete collections of the best and rarest pieces of exercise equipment ever made. Which lottery did you win, ha ha !

Your looking at the wrong places. We are in a new golden era of private evidence based gyms all over the world. I'll share just a few examples.

Peter and Brian Collins in the UK are doubling the size of there gym as we speak. The HIT works should be open soon. Started in a one car garage. The commercial space will be amazing for them.

Edward Harrison is expanding. He has been running Vital Exercise for years and its only growing. Also in the UK.

Erik McKay of No Bull in Michigan built a huge poll barn only a couple of years back and is swamped with people. Upgrading his gym now to the latest Pendulum machines.

Chad Tuzzo in Quincy Illinois who has the nicest collection of one owner never been abused Nautilus machines has been buying up MEDX along with a Duo-Poly Pullover and Rotary Neck. Like most of the people on this list he is swamped and needs more space.

Blair Wilson in Toronto Canada who runs MEDX Precision Fitness is one of the most sought after trainers in one of the largest cities in North America. Been buying up machines like crazy for his space.

Andrew Shortt who use to post here often is very close to having a full line of MEDX on top of everything he currently has on his floor at WeFit.

Luke Carlson who runs the REC every year has 3 facilities now and buying up MEDX machines for a possible 4th. his staff is 20+ and his business model is the one all the rest of us have to match up to.

Roger Schwab who in my opinion has accomplished everything you possibly can in the industry is opening up a brand new facility that will be utilizing the X-Force technology. It will be a state of the art facility.

The list really goes on and on. You get the point though. It is amazing times for the community as a whole.

Michael






too bad there is no-one in the south florida vicinity



Florida is the hot bed for HIT training. Nautilus and MEDX machines. Everywhere.

TP Knapp at Myoblast, David Landau, Dave and Patty Durell at Rock Solid would all be great choices.

Michael
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

1958 wrote:
Michael Petrella,
I have a friend who has a gym business like the ones you described.Probably 4000 square feet and filled with MedX,Hammer,and Nautilus.Plus four or five barbell stations.Guy works alone,seeing trainees seven days a week.Lives like a monk with no internet presence or social media B.S. Last time I talked to him he said he was seeing 130 appointments a week.


Must be talking about Doug Holland. 4000 sq feet is a great size. I personally decided to stop training people on weekends but I have a tremendous amount of respect for anyone who does. I've been told a couple of times I should get in contact with Doug because of him powerlifting background and my powerlifting team up here in Canada.

Michael
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
hit4me wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
So is there any Nautilus machine you don't have?

At this point I have everything I am looking for.

All the Nautilus double, Omni machines, infi and compound machines. I few other rare pieces like the Duo-Poly pullover along with every selectorized MEDX. My next deal will be to finalize all the MEDX medical machines. The plan is to build a private gym that can house everything instead of the 2 I am running now. To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael

===Scott==
I seriously don't know how you do it? Most smaller non franchise or corporate gyms that I've come across seem to struggle to stay alive. They are not exactly big money makers and yet you keep expanding and have the ability to get complete collections of the best and rarest pieces of exercise equipment ever made. Which lottery did you win, ha ha !

Your looking at the wrong places. We are in a new golden era of private evidence based gyms all over the world. I'll share just a few examples.

Peter and Brian Collins in the UK are doubling the size of there gym as we speak. The HIT works should be open soon. Started in a one car garage. The commercial space will be amazing for them.

Edward Harrison is expanding. He has been running Vital Exercise for years and its only growing. Also in the UK.

Erik McKay of No Bull in Michigan built a huge poll barn only a couple of years back and is swamped with people. Upgrading his gym now to the latest Pendulum machines.

Chad Tuzzo in Quincy Illinois who has the nicest collection of one owner never been abused Nautilus machines has been buying up MEDX along with a Duo-Poly Pullover and Rotary Neck. Like most of the people on this list he is swamped and needs more space.

Blair Wilson in Toronto Canada who runs MEDX Precision Fitness is one of the most sought after trainers in one of the largest cities in North America. Been buying up machines like crazy for his space.

Andrew Shortt who use to post here often is very close to having a full line of MEDX on top of everything he currently has on his floor at WeFit.

Luke Carlson who runs the REC every year has 3 facilities now and buying up MEDX machines for a possible 4th. his staff is 20+ and his business model is the one all the rest of us have to match up to.

Roger Schwab who in my opinion has accomplished everything you possibly can in the industry is opening up a brand new facility that will be utilizing the X-Force technology. It will be a state of the art facility.

The list really goes on and on. You get the point though. It is amazing times for the community as a whole.

Michael






too bad there is no-one in the south florida vicinity



Florida is the hot bed for HIT training. Nautilus and MEDX machines. Everywhere.

TP Knapp at Myoblast, David Landau, Dave and Patty Durell at Rock Solid would all be great choices.

Michael


Landau's website is no longer updated so I assume he no longer trains

Is Dave and Patty Durell still training HIT, I thought they gave that up

never heard of TP Knapp, will have to research

I guess in my vicinity, it must be rare...i.e. palm beach

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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

Here is what is listed on Ryan Hall's website for Florida.

Dave and Patty have expanded Rock Solid Fitness a couple of times in the past few years. TP Knapp is 100% legit. He even has a mint condition rotary neck in his facility. This list doesn't even include Ell, Big Jim, Jim Bryan and the amazing Gainsville Health and Fitness.

As my good friend Mr. Nautilus would say Florida has an embarrassment of riches.

Drew Baye?s High Intensity Training
PO Box 162402
Altamonte Springs, FL 32716-2402
Drew Baye
drew@baye.com
www.baye.com

Lifetime Results,LLC
130 East Altamonte Drive
Altamonte Springs Fl 32701
Gary Anger
407-415-4477
Garyanger5@aol. com
www.Lifetimeresults.com

David Landau
18151 NE 31 CT #1505
Aventura, Florida 33160
David Landau
305-778-6558
Exarchives@aol.com
www.exercisefraud.com

20 Minutes to Fitness
6257 Lake Osprey Drive
Sarasota, FL 34240
Virginia Phillips
Angela Begin
941-309-8989
vphillips@20minutestofitness.com
abegin@20minutestofitness.com
www.20minutestofitness.com

20 Minutes to Fitness Downtown Sarasota
Sarasota City Center
1819 Main Street, Suite 110
Sarasota, FL 34236
Emily Eppinger
eeppinger@20minutestofitness.com
941-361-1000
www.20minutestofitness.com

SuperSlow Zone
2222 S. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, Fl 34239
Pam Kirscher
941-330-8100
superslowsrq@yahoo.com
www.SuperSlowZone.com

Fit For Life
495 22nd Place
Vero Beach, FL 32960
Text: 786-351-8289
Dagoberto Manuel Vila
Call: 772-770-9913
www.fitforlifeverobeach.com
Email: bertlowvelocity@me.com

SuperSlow Zone
284 Moore Road
Windermere/Ocoee, FL 34761
Steven Sepe
407-877-7117
stevesepe@msn.com
www.superslowzone.com/usa1022

The HIT Factor
Busy Body Fitness Center
9183 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33434
786-760-5292
Pascal Jake Fleury
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hit4me

Florida, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
Here is what is listed on Ryan Hall's website for Florida.

Dave and Patty have expanded Rock Solid Fitness a couple of times in the past few years. TP Knapp is 100% legit. He even has a mint condition rotary neck in his facility. This list doesn't even include Ell, Big Jim, Jim Bryan and the amazing Gainsville Health and Fitness.

As my good friend Mr. Nautilus would say Florida has an embarrassment of riches.

Drew Baye?s High Intensity Training
PO Box 162402
Altamonte Springs, FL 32716-2402
Drew Baye
drew@baye.com
www.baye.com

Lifetime Results,LLC
130 East Altamonte Drive
Altamonte Springs Fl 32701
Gary Anger
407-415-4477
Garyanger5@aol. com
www.Lifetimeresults.com

David Landau
18151 NE 31 CT #1505
Aventura, Florida 33160
David Landau
305-778-6558
Exarchives@aol.com
www.exercisefraud.com

20 Minutes to Fitness
6257 Lake Osprey Drive
Sarasota, FL 34240
Virginia Phillips
Angela Begin
941-309-8989
vphillips@20minutestofitness.com
abegin@20minutestofitness.com
www.20minutestofitness.com

20 Minutes to Fitness Downtown Sarasota
Sarasota City Center
1819 Main Street, Suite 110
Sarasota, FL 34236
Emily Eppinger
eeppinger@20minutestofitness.com
941-361-1000
www.20minutestofitness.com

SuperSlow Zone
2222 S. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, Fl 34239
Pam Kirscher
941-330-8100
superslowsrq@yahoo.com
www.SuperSlowZone.com

Fit For Life
495 22nd Place
Vero Beach, FL 32960
Text: 786-351-8289
Dagoberto Manuel Vila
Call: 772-770-9913
www.fitforlifeverobeach.com
Email: bertlowvelocity@me.com

SuperSlow Zone
284 Moore Road
Windermere/Ocoee, FL 34761
Steven Sepe
407-877-7117
stevesepe@msn.com
www.superslowzone.com/usa1022

The HIT Factor
Busy Body Fitness Center
9183 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33434
786-760-5292
Pascal Jake Fleury


thank you sir, I will have to inquire of the boca raton and vero beach location

who is ryan hall?

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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

Ryan Hall is a gym owner in the New Orleans area I believe. I haven't had any business with him but he is part of the community and went out of his way to compile a list of gyms to help people find locations that would cater to Intensity based workouts.

Michael
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Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
===Scott==
To my knowledge it would be the only gym in the world that could replicate the Colorado experiment workout for workout.

Michael


Hope you are doing well! Long time reader of your posts. My interest in this site has waned recently, but your remarks above piqued my interest. I doubt there is any interest in an experiment of 63 pounds of muscle in 28 days in 2017. However,
losing 100 pounds of fat in 28 days might. Good hearing from you!
Marc
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Michael Petrella wrote:
Wanted to share this with some of the forum members. Two Omni Shoulder presses with an Omni Chest Press. To my knowledge it doesn't get much rarer then this.

Michael


Any clearer pictures?
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
Wanted to share this with some of the forum members. Two Omni Shoulder presses with an Omni Chest Press. To my knowledge it doesn't get much rarer then this.

Michael

Any clearer pictures?


With my weight loss clients I rarely get them to come down more then 2lbs a week. More then that and the workouts seem to stagnate. Unless they are complete beginners. I would be happy to take any picture you like. Is there something specific you want to see? The pictures on the site get compressed down so I may have to email you the original.

Michael
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Michael Petrella wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
Wanted to share this with some of the forum members. Two Omni Shoulder presses with an Omni Chest Press. To my knowledge it doesn't get much rarer then this.

Michael

Any clearer pictures?

With my weight loss clients I rarely get them to come down more then 2lbs a week. More then that and the workouts seem to stagnate. Unless they are complete beginners. I would be happy to take any picture you like. Is there something specific you want to see? The pictures on the site get compressed down so I may have to email you the original.

Michael


Michael,

I hope you are doing fine during the holidays. I think many would love to see detailed pictures of both Omni shoulder machines and especially the Omni chest press. I would!

Many fighters lose 30 pounds in a few hours to make an imposed weight limit. Dr. Darden has the HIT record for fat loss. John Little previously did. There are millions who might benefit from massive fat loss in a timely manner. Fighters lose water weight, glycogen, and some muscle to make a weight limit. Bodybuilders supercompensate with glycogen to pull water into the muscles. I have personally observed professional bodybuilders do this with brownies shortly before posing. Unbelievable! None of this is particularly healthy.

To lose fat, which would be the goal of healthy weight loss, controlling calories tightly, maximizing the exercise stimulus, minimizing the duration of said stimulus, thermogenesis control, decreasing inflammation especially with diet methodology, and maximizing the aerobic energy pathway.

I have had the pleasure of training 2 clients who have lost 100 pounds each in a short period of time. Diet and aerobics were the keys for each client.

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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:
Wanted to share this with some of the forum members. Two Omni Shoulder presses with an Omni Chest Press. To my knowledge it doesn't get much rarer then this.

Michael

Any clearer pictures?

With my weight loss clients I rarely get them to come down more then 2lbs a week. More then that and the workouts seem to stagnate. Unless they are complete beginners. I would be happy to take any picture you like. Is there something specific you want to see? The pictures on the site get compressed down so I may have to email you the original.

Michael

Michael,

I hope you are doing fine during the holidays. I think many would love to see detailed pictures of both Omni shoulder machines and especially the Omni chest press. I would!

Many fighters lose 30 pounds in a few hours to make an imposed weight limit. Dr. Darden has the HIT record for fat loss. John Little previously did. There are millions who might benefit from massive fat loss in a timely manner. Fighters lose water weight, glycogen, and some muscle to make a weight limit. Bodybuilders supercompensate with glycogen to pull water into the muscles. I have personally observed professional bodybuilders do this with brownies shortly before posing. Unbelievable! None of this is particularly healthy.

To lose fat, which would be the goal of healthy weight loss, controlling calories tightly, maximizing the exercise stimulus, minimizing the duration of said stimulus, thermogenesis control, decreasing inflammation especially with diet methodology, and maximizing the aerobic energy pathway.

I have had the pleasure of training 2 clients who have lost 100 pounds each in a short period of time. Diet and aerobics were the keys for each client.



Right now half my collection is in pieces. Soon I will have them all intact and together in the same building. When I do that I will take HD video's and put them on youtube.

Although I certainly have weight loss clients and have helped people in the past, my day to day activities are focused more on strength building and rehabilitation.

Michael
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Michael,

I look forward to those videos
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
Michael, I'd be curious as to how often the rare first gen and older machines actually get used in your gym?
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

entsminger wrote:
==Scott==
Michael, I'd be curious as to how often the rare first gen and older machines actually get used in your gym?


All the time. The super geared hip and back is one of the most used pieces in the gym. Some of these pieces like the double chest gets plenty of use from taller and broader clients while someone who is shorter and slight of build just won't get as much out of it. However a 10 degree fly fits most very well. A piece like a compound triceps doesn't get much use because most don't have the control to utilize it properly. We are fortunate enough to have enough options to accommodate everyone.

Michael
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darcycook

Michael Petrella wrote:
entsminger wrote:
==Scott==
Michael, I'd be curious as to how often the rare first gen and older machines actually get used in your gym?

All the time. The super geared hip and back is one of the most used pieces in the gym. Some of these pieces like the double chest gets plenty of use from taller and broader clients while someone who is shorter and slight of build just won't get as much out of it. However a 10 degree fly fits most very well. A piece like a compound triceps doesn't get much use because most don't have the control to utilize it properly. We are fortunate enough to have enough options to accommodate everyone.

Michael

i have the 2st hip why don't more people know the value of the hip ext? never liked the duoply hip . i like doing both legs same time
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