A New Breakthrough For Fitness and Health?


"Introducing ASEA. The only patented product that gives your body the natural molecules that participate in cellular communications, cellular protection and the healing response."

 Lets start out by showing you all these testimonials from users, including fitness athletes, coaches, track stars etc..If you are into health and fitness, this is a must see:

What are reactive molecules?

We have been taught that antioxidants are the answer to maintaining health and fighting aging. They are very important, but what many of us don’t know is that antioxidants, by themselves, are incapable of fighting free radicals without the help of certain reactive molecules. These reactive molecules are basic and fundamental to the immune system and healing process and are needed to turn on the antioxidants that protect us from free radicals and aging. Our body needs to maintain a proper chemical balance of these reactive molecules to protect us and sustain our health.
There are two perfectly balanced sets of reactive molecules in ASEA™, the same mixture that is produced naturally by the mitochondria in every cell in our body along with the ATP that fuels our cells and body. One set of these molecules is responsible for activating antioxidants, without these molecules the antioxidants could never fight free radicals and reduce oxidative stress. The second set of reactive molecules participates in intra- and inter-cellular damage control communications, cellular protection and in the healing response.
It has only been recently that scientists have discovered the importance of these reactive molecules in our body, and up to now have not been able to produce stable mixtures of these molecules outside the body. ASEA is the first and only stable, perfectly balanced mixture of these reactive molecules that exists outside the body and can be used to help maintain proper balance inside the body to support the immune system and healing process. When these reactive molecules are in the proper balance, the immune system and healing process function at their optimal level.
ASEA™ is based on more than 16 years of research, making it a safe and natural way to help your body function as it should.
Research has shown that the components in ASEA:
  • Are native to the body and consistent with its natural chemical balance.
  • Increase the effectiveness of the body’s most important natural antioxidants by over 500%.
  • Support immune system functions that reduce oxidative stress and repair cellular damage.
  • Accelerate the body’ production of its own natural antioxidants like Glutathione, SOD and Catalase.
ASEA is the only product that delivers the balanced foundation that every person must have to allow their body and immune system to function at its optimal level.
Info has been brought to you via teamasea.com

Follow this link to see how the product works and how it has helped others:

If you are interested in the product and would like to purchase or even distribute, contact me and I will give you all the details on how to do so.
This product is supposed to be available worldwide by late Fall of 2010. Get in on the action now before it's too late.
This product has a 100% satisfaction guarantee rate, if you are not happy with the product, simply package your opened or unopened bottles and return them to Asea for a full refund..

Thank you!


Free Workout and Meal Plan : Free: Valued at over $60.00

 Due to a setback of personal issues, the winner of the PFD will now be announced on Tuesday  March 23, 2010.

Thank you!

 The Entry Deadline for this Give Away is now Over..Thank you for entering: The winner will be announced via blog within 7 days......

Ladies and Gentlemen:
I now have a free Psychotic Fat Destruction plan from http://www.fitnesspoynters.com  up for grabs:
You can follow this link to see exactly what a Psychotic Fat Destruction plan is:
 http://fitnesspoynters.com/personal-training/fat-loss.html   : Free Meal Plan and 12 week workout!

Each post will have to be approved however I will not be approving them until after the contest ends on , March 12, 2010at 12pm EST.

Please read carefully below to find out the details:

Posted as a comment on this blog, you must tell me:
1. Why do you think you deserve to have a free plan from Fitnesspoynters.com?

2. Why I should believe you would follow the plan and not  quit after 1 or 2 weeks?

3. How long have you been currently training and why do you think your current plan may not be working for you? 

4. Do you like the results you have saw from current Team Poynter members?  Who from the testimonial page at http://www.fitnesspoynters.com would you say you would like your results to resemble?

DO NOT enter if :
  1.  You currently have a Personal Trainer
  2. If you have a home gym that has less than a bowflex or resistance bands and/or dbells and barbell. 
  3. If you are a Vegan..I cannot do Vegan meal plans at this time..I can do Vegetarian and those with Celiac Disease.
  4. If you are unmotivated and have no drive in you whatsoever to take a challenge and change your life with fitness . 
  5. If you cannot be in the gym for up to 6 days a week( 1 phase calls for 6 days training)
How will the winner be determined?
The winner will be determined by judges consisting of 7 current Team Poynter members. They will have the opportunity to read every post and after reading each, we will determine who deserves to have the plan. 

Once determined, I will then approve all comments and everyone can see each entry.
**Anyone who enters must agree to submit before pics and update me every 2 weeks with new pics. You must also agree to allow me to post the progress pics on facebook or twitter**

Thank you all and best of luck!

Steve Poynter


The New Clothing Line with New Logo by Jerry Beck is now Available!

We now have new clothing available, please see below for details.
The New Logo is on the clothing, this logo was designed by the famous Jerry Beck from http://www.ironasylum.com

Check it out, let me know what you think..
Also, be on the lookout for me at the Arnold Classic March 5-7th.

This is a Size Medium
Available sizes: Small-XXL

This is a Size Large
Available Sizes: Small-XXL

This is a Size Small
Available Sizes: Small and Medium

This is a Size Large
Available Sizes: Large-XXL

This is a Size XL
Available Sizes: Small-XXL

Please contact me for payment info:

Thank you...


Reasons to Squat & Squat Low!


The following are statements as to why the Squat is important and if you train, you should not avoid the all important squat..
In my opinion, you are not a squatter if you consider squatting as , going 2 inches deep on your squat..So get down there parallel and feel it..

"I don't squat because it makes my legs and butt too big." "I don't squat because squatting is bad for your knees." "I've got a bad back so I can't squat." If you think that these statements are true, then you don't know squat about the squat. One could write an entire book with all of the excuses women give for not performing the squat exercise. Instead of excuses, let's arm you with plenty of information on why you should squat and why squatting may be one of the most important exercises you can do.

In the royal family of leg exercises, squats are the king. They are also the most functional exercise for daily life. Just think about how many times a day you squat: when you sit down in a chair, when you get a file out of the bottom file drawer, and when you squat down to pick something up off the floor, like a bag of groceries or your child (if you lift correctly). Squatting works on the largest muscles in your body - the quadriceps (front of thigh), adductors (inside of thigh), gluteals (buttocks), hamstrings (back of thigh), gastrocnemius and soleus complex (calf), and erector spinae (back). Squats can also help you develop flexibility around your hips and calves, when you follow proper form and gradually increase your range of motion. Squats have the added benefit of being a free-weight and weight-bearing exercise. Free weights have many advantages over machines (see chapter 5) ,and free-weight squats specifically have been shown to improve bone density (see chapters 2 and 7).
If you are an athlete involved in a sport or if you want to be more athletic, squats offer exceptional preparation. The muscles used during squatting are the same muscles used for jumping, sprinting, and running. Squats provide the perfect transfer to the biomechanically similar motions of most ground-based sports. So if you are interested in running faster, lunging for that out-of-reach tennis ball, or jumping up for the perfect volleyball spike, squats should be an essential component of your training program.
Many women rate exercises or exercise programs not on how much they like them or how beneficial they are, but on how many calories they burn. "I need to do 10 more minutes on the stair machine to burn off that mocha latte with chocolate sprinkles," some think. Here's the good news for squatters: Squats burn a ton of calories and stimulate the cardiovascular system. With the additional muscle you'll pack on your legs, your resting metabolic rate will increase even more and allow you to burn some calories by just lounging on the couch. You'll not only burn calories during the squat, but you will also likely burn calories in the 24 hours after your squat workout, because of the intensity and heavy nature of the exercise. Sounds as if you can have your latte and drink it, too!
Squatting has an extra bonus especially for women. It has the potential to increase the bone density of the spine, hips, and legs, which may help prevent osteoporosis. Squats mechanically load the axial skeleton; the spine has to hold the weight upright, and it then distributes that weight to the rest of the body. You've already learned that strong bones can handle more stress and are less likely to fracture. Because the barbell loads weight on your shoulders and spine and your leg muscles work as they never have before, squatting may be the answer to osteoporosis prevention as well.
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Reasons to Squat:

1.) “It's hard to puke doing curls.” – Dave Tate

2.) “It's a great excuse to wear a big ass belt that makes you look less fat.” - Dave Tate

3.) “I love hearing ‘head up’ and it NOT being from a teacher.” – Dave Tate

4.) “Bashing your head on the bar is totally okay.” – Dave Tate

5.) “Internal rage.” – Dave Tate

6.) “You can gear whore up more than any other lift.” – Dave Tate

7.) “Very few movements require the same degree of dedication, desire and determination as heavy squats. Squats are more than a physical strength builder and may be the only movement that builds a person’s character. Life is about standing up AFTER a heavy load takes you down.” – Dave Tate

8.) “Light squats need to be treated as though they are heavy and heavy squats as if they are light.” – Dave Tate

9.) “No other exercise requires the same degree of total body tightness as the squat.” – Dave Tate

10.) “Any movement that uses cues ‘head up’ and ‘chest up’ is providing more positive reinforcement in ONE workout than most people get in a month.” – Dave Tate

11.) “ ‘Tweeds’ never squat.” – Dave Tate

12.) “One of the few lifts that can cause blood, sweat and tears to leave the body at the same time - without you knowing.” – Dave Tate

13.) “Increases bone density.” – Dave Tate

14.) “I can’t stand to see a rack alone.” – Dave Tate

15.) “ ‘Scrop’ – nothing better!” – Dave Tate

16.) “Because you told me to!” – Chris Bell

17.) “Great assistance work for the deadlift.” – Jeff

18.) "There is simply no other exercise (and certainly no machine) that produces the level of central nervous system activity, improved balance and coordination, skeletal loading and bone density enhancement, muscular stimulation and growth, connective tissue stress and strength, psychological demand and toughness, and overall systemic conditioning than the correctly performed full squat." –Mark Rippetoe

19.) “After breaking my ankle twice and destroying my knee wrestling, my doctor said I shouldn't squat or deadlift anymore. That was 5 years ago. No one tells me I can't.” – Roman

20.) “To prevent other people from doing curls in the squat rack.” – Nick

21.) “There's nothing like throwing 300+ pounds on my back at 5AM, right?” – Sam

22.) “It’s sadomasochism in its finest. The endorphins released by not getting crushed by a weight and completing the lift is immense. I also like the joy of being sore after a great session, as well as the complete stress release it has. After a hard squat session, I can’t be stressed because I don’t have enough energy.” – Curtis

23.) “For performance and the fact it makes me feel strong(er)!!!” - Luka

24.) “I wouldn't ask the kids I coach to do something I wouldn't do myself. Plus, they cure cancer.” – Chad

25.) “Because I can. Ok, so I also kind of like hearing the guys whisper ‘damn’ under their breath when they watch.” – Charlotte

26.) “They cure cancer. AND they make you one STRONG old lady pushing 60!!” – Elaine

27.) “I love the belt taking a few inches off my waist. No need for cardio!” – Curtis

28.) “If you don’t squat, you’re officially an arsehole!” – Sean

29.) “The squat just builds overall body power... no exercise like it.” – John

30.) “Nothing else gives that same sense of being a F*CKING man.” – Tone

31.) “If you go heavy enough you can see twinkling lights all year round instead of just waiting for Christmas.” – Steve

32.) “Because if I don't, I get cranky.” –Ben

33.) “I like breaking capillaries and blowing blood vessels in my eyes just so people look at me like I’m crazy.” – Peter

34.) “I like to see just how far I can push my body.” – Mike

35.) “I'm addicted to squatting. I don't even like it.” – Dan

36.) “They make me happy. And they give me something to look forward to all day on Mondays.” – Josh

37.) “They make my ass look good.” – Jane

38.) “They cure EVERYTHING!” – Joel

39.) “The only thing that feels better than squats are deadlifts, and because it makes me feel good for ages afterwards.” – Brian

40.) “I enjoy the pain and the misery of the hard work that it requires.” – Ken

41.) “To prove that it can be done even though I have a bad back, bad knee and messed up shoulder.” – Jim

42.) “Easy to do, long time to master.” – Timothy

43.) “It is HARD and I think it takes years off of your life when you use bands.” – John

44.) “It is great way to utilize the curling rack... Oh, and it is the GREATEST LIFT OF ALL TIME!” – Jerome

45.) “It’s better than a leg press.” – Mike

46.) “What else would I do on Sundays?” – Bill

47.) “Because cowards won't.” – Larry

48.) “More muscular bulk equals more muscular power. Squats are the best exercise to gain muscular weight, so squats are the most important lift.” – Todd

49.) “Squats build back strength contributing to other lifts. Even a bench press person can benefit the bench through squatting. I like the squat because it has a rebound motion making it different from the one-way pull-from-a-dead-stop of the deadlift.” – Hans

50.) “It makes me uncontrollably slap ignorant people… the whole day.” - Larry