Whole Body Training: Versatility for your Strength, Movement & Endurance!

The body works efficiently when all joints, muscles, ligaments and organs are involved! Whole body training as the way to go!



 Fred’s Revised Book: Your Healthy Journey


Do an exercise that will affect the whole body. This is the purpose of cross and extreme training. For the body to work efficiently all joints, muscles, ligaments and organs must be involved. This is important because it’s all about energy output and energy reserves. From free weights to martial arts to yoga, cross training with diverse routines will give you more versatility in your structure, movement and endurance. This will help you from getting injured in specific areas and decrease wear and tear on the body. As long as you know that rest is important as recovery is needed no matter what you are doing!

Diverse Routines


Z all muscle groups
Major Muscle Groups

“I always felt that the free weights were good because it involved complete body movement to control the weight. Doing whole body exercises involves using all the major muscle groups.

Squats, dead lifts and the power clean were the exercises I did. The power clean, when I was a young guy, was my favorite exercise. It worked the trapezius, lattissimus dorsi, biceps, forearms, thighs and hand grip strength.”

“Would these exercises help athletes who does cross and extreme training? Absolutely, I would recommend the power clean if you had to choose an overall body exercise.”


Z stand strong
In life you are never alone, when you make your stand!





“When your living Your Healthy Journey and you want to discover the full potential to stay healthy and happy, the whole key is “What You Leave Out”, living a predominate freshly-prepared organic, whole plant food lifestyle and understanding detoxification and revitalization.”

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Fred’s Revised Book: Your Healthy Journey 

speaker pic SO WHO IS FRED ANYWAY?? Fred Bisci, author, “Your Healthy Journey”, Head of the Spartan Race Nutritional/Lifestyle Athletic Board (SNAC), has successfully worked with amateur, elite, professional and extreme athletes. He has been a tenacious athlete completing eighteen marathons, two ultra-marathons. He also has a history as a Navy boxing champ, has successfully competed in Olympic-style weight lifting, and still leads an athletic life. Fred, born 1929, has lived on 100% raw plant foods for over 50 years and is a lifestyle/longevity coach, food scientist; detox/fasting expert and clinical nutritionist. He offers a natural, simple, common sense approach by showing people a well-grounded experience to the healing power, peak athletic performance and remedial capabilities of the human body.

Kevin Johnson