Interviews

August 2014

Interview with Natural Bodybuilders Billy & Bobby McClain (Fall 2007)

2017-08-29T20:28:31+00:00

Pre-Show Billy & Bobby Wondertwins FF: Let’s start from the beginning with the usual routine. Tell us a little bit about yourself ? My name is bobby mcclain, i'm ageless,i have an identical twin brother and we've both competed & placed in the top three in all 7 of our competitions! In each [...]

Interview with Natural Bodybuilders Billy & Bobby McClain (Fall 2007) 2017-08-29T20:28:31+00:00

March 2014

Interview with Iron Man Triathlete & Coach Tony Rich

2014-03-09T21:08:51+00:00

Iron Man Tony Rich Whether you are thinking about running a half marathon, duathlon or training for your first Iron Man, Coach Tony Rich answers some common questions. In this interview we discuss nutrition, event prep & how to overcome mental plateaus. FF: Let’s start from the beginning with the usual routine. Tell us a [...]

Interview with Iron Man Triathlete & Coach Tony Rich 2014-03-09T21:08:51+00:00

November 2013

Top 5 Turkey Trot Stretches

2013-11-27T09:27:09+00:00

On November 25th, 2013 I was featured in Boston.com "Work it out, Boston" Series. Host by Alexa Pozniak. For many runners, "turkey trot" races act as the perfect appetizer to Thanksgiving dinner. But before the starting gun goes off, it's important to warm up those muscles in order to avoid injury, particularly in the cold [...]

Top 5 Turkey Trot Stretches 2013-11-27T09:27:09+00:00

August 2013

Interview with Yang Tai Chi Chuan Master Vincent Chu, M.ed.

2013-08-10T08:37:14+00:00

In this interview, Master Chu was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions on the art of Yang Tai Chi Chuan.  Unlike other interviews, I  wanted to focus on the health benefits and not the martial aspect of the art.  Master Vincent Chu, M.ed is an internationally known [...]

Interview with Yang Tai Chi Chuan Master Vincent Chu, M.ed. 2013-08-10T08:37:14+00:00

From Odd-lifts to Power-lifting: Boston’s weight lifting pioneer Archie Burgess.

2013-08-10T00:20:04+00:00

   The year is 1947 and in a small gym at the local Boston YMCA, Archie Burgess embarks on a journey that will span over 6 decades and continues to this day. During this time, Archie learned the basics of  "odd-lifts” (a term used before power-lifting was invented) with the help of a fitness coach and [...]

From Odd-lifts to Power-lifting: Boston’s weight lifting pioneer Archie Burgess. 2013-08-10T00:20:04+00:00

Interview with Veteran Triathlete, Marathoner, Champion of Health & Fitness Mr. Hal

2013-08-05T22:04:06+00:00

Please note: This interview is not endorsing any specific type of training. Rather its' to show how passion, openmindness and perservearance are timeless traits we all can develop.  Its not about completing the race, its about the experience you gain before, during and after the event.  Develop your own style, be non-traditional and have fun on the way to [...]

Interview with Veteran Triathlete, Marathoner, Champion of Health & Fitness Mr. Hal 2013-08-05T22:04:06+00:00

July 2013

Cyclists test patience of police on Boston Marathon route

2013-07-24T07:26:57+00:00

From April 14, 2013 Boston Sunday's Globe Edition By Martine Powers . Boston Globe Staff Before racers on foot and by wheelchair and handcycle take to the Boston Marathon route, they will be preceded by another parade of athletes: cyclists, who wake up Monday morning to ride in informal groups from Hopkinton to Copley Square. But [...]

Cyclists test patience of police on Boston Marathon route 2013-07-24T07:26:57+00:00