Fat America

Top 5 Reasons You’re

NOT Fit!!!

FACT: 65% of America’s adults are overweight and 31% are obese with a risk for chronic heart disease!

TOP 5 Reasons you’re NOT Fit

5. You looked at the price tag and walked away…

4. You listened to your friends…

3. You attempted a “diet” you couldn’t stick to…

2. You didn’t know how to properly use your gym…

1. You just couldn’t commit…

    Can you guess why COMMITMENT is #1 on the list of weight-loss failures?? Because of number 2, 3, 4 and 5!!

    Its Time To MMAXOUT


    Yellow Squash abd Gruyere Frittata

    2 medium yellow squash, cut into 1/4 inch rounds (2.5 cups)

    1 packed tablespoon thinly sliced fresh sage or basil leaves

    10 large eggs

    1/4 cup water

    1/2 teaspoon salt

    1/4 cup coarsely shredded Gruyère cheese

    Grease a 12inch non-stick ovenproof skillet over medium-high heat.  Add squash and saute 8 minutes; stir in sage.  Cook just 1 to 2 minutes more until tender and browned in spots.

    Arrange oven rack 6 inches from heat source, heat broiler.  Wisk eggs, water and salt in a bowl.  Melt 1 tblspoon butter in the skilled and pour the eggs over the squash.  Reduce heat to medium low, cover and cook until set on bottom and edges, but the top is still loose, about 3 minutes.  Sprinkle Gruyere evenly over the top.

    Broil frittata until just set, about 1 minute.  Cut into wedges to serve.

    Grilled Chicken Breasts with Orange Jerk Marinade

    Makes 4 Servings

    3 garlic cloves, peeled

    4 scallions, white and green parts, coarsely chopped

    1 teaspoon seeded, minced Scotch bonnet chile, or 1 jalapeño, seeded and minced

    Grated zest of 1 large orange

    1/4 fresh cup orange juice (1 large orange)

    2 tablespoons cider vinegar

    1 tablespoon Japanese soy sauce

    1 teaspoon dried thyme

    1/2 teaspoon ground allspice

    4 (6-7 oz) boneless, skinless chicken breast

    1.. To make the marinated, finely chop the garlic.  Add the scallions, chile, orange zest and juice, vinegar, soy sauce, thyme, and allspice and purée the mixture.  Transfer to a glass or stainless steel bowl, add the chicken; turn the chicken to coat.  Cook immediately or cover and refrigerate for up to 8 hours.

    2. Position an oiled broiling rack 6 inches from the source of heat and preheat the broiler.

    3.  Place the chicken on the rack and broil for 5 minutes.  Turn and broil until the chicken springs back when pressed in the center, about 5 more minutes.  Serve immediately.

    ~MMAXOUT~ raw and inside

    If you think you’ve seen and experienced it all in fitness you’re WRONG!

    MMAXOUT is a fully functional and proven strength and conditioning program that will literally KICK YOUR BUTT INTO SHAPE!


    Forget what you’ve been told and think you’ve learned about how to look and feel great, TRUST MMAXOUT!

    ~ MMA is the fastest growing sport in the world, so it’s really no surprise that its now one of the best conditioning workouts ever, and it’s unlike anything you have ever seen before.

    ~MMAXOUT is an extreme fitness system that is based on the makeup of a MMA fighter’s workout without the fighting.


    The components that MMAXOUT focuses on are core, stamina, intensity, and strength. Each phase incorporates an increased intensity through Strength and Conditioning, Plyo-metrics, Repping Out, Cage Kickboxing and Full Body core.

    Show us a program that GUARANTEES RESULTS and keeps you stimulated every time…we love a challenge!

    Chicken Apricot and Almond Rice Dinner

    12 oz (350 g) wild or basmati rice
    12 dried apricots
    1 3/4 oz (50 g) flaked almonds
    1 red onion, chopped
    1/2 oz (15 g) fresh coriander, roughly chopped

    1/2 tsp ground turmeric
    Zest and juice of 1 orange
    1 tbsp olive oil
    6 chicken thigh fillets, sliced

    • Cook the rice according to the instructions on the pack, but adding the turmeric to the water. When cooked, drain and set aside to keep warm.
    • Soak the apricots in half of the orange juice for 10 minutes while the rice is cooking. Drain, then halve the apricots and set them aside.
    • Toast the almonds in a large deep frying pan for 2–3 minutes until golden. Remove and set aside.
    • Heat the oil in the same pan and cook the onion over a low heat for 4–5 minutes until soft. Stir in the chicken, raise the heat, and fry for 6–8 minutes until thoroughly cooked.
    • Add the cooked rice along with the apricots, and stir through. Season well.
    • Pour in the remaining orange juice, sprinkle with almonds and herbs, and serve.

    SERVES 4 – 6

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    • The MMAXOUT™ is everything you need…to get your MMA Strength And Conditioning program started!


    Here whats included:

    • MMAXOUT name, logo and all trademarks
    • MMAXOUT License
    • Benefit of all National Media Campaigns
    • MMAXOUT Advertising Materials
    • MMAXOUT Business Development
    • MMAOUT Customer Support from Headquarters
    • MMAXOUT DVD and Training Materials
    • MMAXOUT Locator listing on website
    • Access to yearly MMAXOUT Workout Retreat
    • Every few months new ads and exercises sent by email


    What is MMAXOUT Strength and Conditioning

    MMAXOUT is a complete fitness system that is based on the structure of MMA fighters workout without fighting. What this means is that MMAXOUT will give you a total body workout over The key
    elements that MMAXOUT focuses on are endurance, strength, power, and
    core. This is accomplished through our muti week training program.
    Each week is broken up into the following categories: Strength and
    Conditioning, Ploy-metrics, Rep Out, Cage Kickboxing and Full Body

    The best part about MMAXOUT is that it is designed to cater to people at all levels of fitness. An individual can customize their workout by adjusting their intensity level to best suit their
    personal fitness goals.

    The results behind MMAXOUT system is an advanced training technique called Muscle fusion, which accelerates the results process by constantly combining moves together so your
    muscle never plateaus, and you wont get bored! Whether you want to
    get lean, stronger, add muscle, or just get ripped, there’s an
    endless variety of ways to mix and match the routines to keep you
    motivated and get the fighters fit body everyone wants.


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    What role does SALT play in my NUTRITION LIFESTYLE?

    Lets keep it simple…low salt, low blood pressure, low water retention COMBINED with proper nutrition AND exercise addresses initial efforts of weight loss

    The Facts and The Reason:


    • Salt has nothing do to with fat loss.
    • High consumption of salt causes water retention.  Low consumption of salt expels water.
    • Crash Diets that boast QUICK weight loss will emphasize low salt for a TEMPORARY fix to weight issues.  The weight comes back with your first bag of chips.
    • High levels of salt in our diets usually come from calorie dense (weight gainer), fiber poor, processed foods, like those found in fast food and restaurant meals, as well as on supermarket shelves.
    • If you adhere to a low salt nutrition plan, it will likely consist of the lower calorie, healthier foods associated with weight loss.


    • Though the terms are often used interchangeably, salt and sodium are not the same thing. Sodium, which is found naturally in most foods, accounts for approximately 40% of table salt.
    • When salt is added to food, the sodium content increases by approximately 40% of the amount of salt added.
    • Weight gains comprise of 3 components, fat, water and lean weight. As weight is gained all 3 components vary according to several factors, the most common include diet, activity level, genetics.
    • The average diet in the western world is commonly made up of fast, packaged or convenient foods.  These always consist of high levels of salt and salt contains sodium.  If a diet is mainly composed of high sodium foods then naturally the sodium intake also rises thus extra weight is gained quickly as the body holds onto water.  It has been estimated that many people in the UK and USA may be carrying up to 5lbs of extra weight due tot he effects of high sodium intake.

    FOR A GOOD LOW SODIUM AND SALT GUIDE VISIT  http://www.lowsaltfoods.com



    Article written about Bruce Drogo

    Here is the Link to the article on Bruce Drogo MMAXOUT

    Fitness Training is Not Just a Job for Bruce Drogo

    February 9th, 2010

    Bruce Drogo helps people achieve their fitness goals with a combination of his fitness education and training experience. Spread across 15 states in the U.S. are his long list of clients that include other fitness trainers like him, professional fighters, military personnel and body guards and private individuals. His instruction on the latest in fitness ideas and concepts benefit various health clubs, martial arts and personal training centers all over the U.S. to which he travels regularly.

    The main service that Bruce Drogo provides as a professional fitness guru is designing fitness and nutrition programs custom-fit to the needs of specific clients that are meant to keep them excited about working and motivated about continuing with their programs. These programs are made up of fat-reduction, body-sculpting, conditioning, boxing and kickboxing routines.

    Bruce Drogo passion is personal training; he enjoys it thoroughly and it is not merely a job for him. He feels accomplished knowing that his clients are successful in their workout programs. As long as they demonstrate the same passion and commitment to achieving their goals, he is interests in helping them. And this goes for all clients, whether they are already in shape and just want to reach their next fitness goal, or whether they are completely out of shape and need the help of a trainer.

    Bruce Drogo has been studying martial arts since he was five years old. He has multiple black belts in Korean and Japanese martial arts and is a member of the International Black Belt Hall of Fame. In 2002-’03, he was certified as an expert in Krav Maga – the Israeli Defense System of contact combat based on the street-fighting skills developed by Imi Lichtenfeld. Bruce has been in the fitness industry for 30 years.