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exercise videos May 26, 2018

About the Author:

Jeremy “the tall trainer” Biernat is a Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Strength Coach, has his Bachelors in Exercise Science, and enjoys writing, speaking, and inspiring people online and in person. See his new book!  More importantly he is a husband, father, and follower of God. His practice is in upstate NY (Canandaigua) where he works with people in one on one and group sessions to make awesome changes in their lives. He doesn’t do everything perfect, cries in movies, and would love to hear from you. You can contact Jeremy by commenting to this post, emailing [email protected], or calling 1(800)380-7047. 

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Some day is HERE

transformation stories May 20, 2018

I kept seeing ads for the tall trainer in the Penny saver and kept thinking boy could I use that, I hadn't really exercised in at least five years, I pretty much ate whatever I wanted with no real thought to how it was effecting my health or body, I was drinking at least one 20oz bottle of soda daily. I take medication for high blood pressure and cholesterol and lost my father to heart disease before his 50th birthday. I knew I needed to make some changes but never just got around to it.

I saw an ad for a couple of free classes at Tall Trainer and figured I would try it out. The first class was a kickboxing class, it was a blast, I didn't know what to expect but everyone was very welcoming and encouraging. So, I decided now was the time to give it a try. I am so very glad that I did!

I looked forward to the daily boot camps, it was always something different. Andrew always made it fun. Everyone in the class was so supportive that when I thought I couldn't possible push that sled...

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Without a Purpose You are Doomed....

healthy lifestyle mindset May 10, 2018

Seriously...People with a purpose to get out of bed live about 7 years longer than those who don't!  If you've lost your purpose get a new one.  Get fired up with this short motivational video.  


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Will You Breakdown OR Breakthrough?

mindset May 06, 2018

As I write this our website is in total shambles. We’ve been working at creating a new and updated website, while still maintaining the quality of content our clients know and love. All of that previously created content is gone.


Tall Trainer has been in business for over ten years. The amount of content that was hosted on our old site was quite impressive. And now it’s gone. Where do we start? Can we get it back? What do we do?

This feeling of panic is embedded in the human experience. The sense of panic and overwhelm in the face of a crisis or disaster can be paralyzing.

And that is EXACTLY how some of our clients feel when they finish a month of bootcamp. Most people get great results, don’t infer too much here. But if you do anything long enough, Uncle Murphy is bound to show up. Murphy’s Law states that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. That applies DOUBLE if you’re doing something new or difficult.

For our clients that means...

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Mason Jar Salads

recipes May 05, 2018

I feel like a ROCKSTAR when I start the week off with these babies in the fridge for easy pack and grab lunches! They transport easy and are fast to put together!

I used the wide mouth 20 ounce mason jars for easy pouring.

Asian Mason Jar Salad (makes 4 servings):
2 Large chicken breasts cooked and diced-or grab a rotisserie chicken
1 Large Red Pepper diced
6-8 Green Onions diced
1 cup of Diced Snap Peas
1 16oz. bag of Coleslaw mix (broccoli slaw or Rainbow salad works)
3/4 cup chopped Cashews
Your favorite Asian dressing -I like a Thai peanut one with this as well

Cut and Prep all of the above.

I set up an assembly line of mason jars and add each ingredient in.

2 tablespoons dressing
Red Pepper divided into 4
Snap Peas divided into 4
Green Onions divided into 4
Coleslaw mix divided into 4
Cubed Chicken divided into 4
Cashew Divided into 4


Close them all up and store in the fridge for 4-5 days.

When ready to eat, pour out salad on a plate and you are ready to dive...

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Then DON'T restrict your calories..

Do you feel ALL over the place with your eating?

Perfect meal to HECK with it!

Monday–Friday afternoon =Gold star BUT let’s NOT even talk about the weekend.

I used to ride on this roller coaster SEVERAL times a week. I had very BLACK and WHITE thinking. Perfect or total crap. Tons of veggies and lean protein to diving into as many refined carbs as I could get my paws on.

With my eating disorder history, any thought of “restricting” calories sends me into a TOTAL tail spin. I don’t think you have to have had an eating disorder to have a similar cycle. Years of yo-yo dieting can have the similar effects.

I HAD to change my mindset about how I was eating and tracking my food if I stood a chance at getting control over this ugly pattern that TOTALLY drained me and left me feeling hopeless, weak and defeated.

If restricting your calories causes more binges…THEN DON’T RESTRICT YOUR CALORIES and focus on cutting down on the binges.

What is a...

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As my fitness level declined so did my self-confidence

transformation stories Apr 20, 2018

My current fitness journey began in January 2017. I was at my heaviest weight and the worst physical condition I had ever been in. My clothes weren’t fitting and I did not have the energy to do the things I wanted to do. Years prior to that I trained for and completed many 5 and 10 K events, a full marathon, and triathlons including a half iron man. I was in the best shape of my life and feeling great. Then as is the story for most of us life happens. We get busy with family, work, pressures and stresses of life and my personal health (nutrition and fitness) got put on the back burner. I started gaining weight. I would purchase and “hide” my extra weight with bigger baggier clothes and stand behind people in pictures or not have pictures of me taken at all. As my fitness level declined so did my self-confidence and enthusiasm to enjoy life the way I use to. As it became more difficult to find clothes to wear that I felt good in and as I became more and more aware...
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Green Pea Soup

recipes Apr 05, 2018


This is a fast starter to any meal! I keep all of these ingredients on hand so when I am scrounging for what to make for dinner this can be made :).

Serve this with a protein and a salad and you will have a well balanced meal!

Green Pea Soup (serves 4)

1 tbsp Avocado oil
3.5 Cups of Frozen green peas
1 yellow onion diced
1-2 cloves of garlic minced
1 cup chopped potato (about one medium)
4 cups water
1 lemon juiced
3/4 tsp. Himalayan or sea salt

*In a medium saucepan with olive oil saute onion for 3-4 minutes.
*Add the garlic, and potato and saute or another 3 minutes.
*Add the water and salt and bring to a boil. Once boiling reduce to a simmer for 10-15 minutes until potato is tender.
*Add the green peas and continue to simmer for 5 minutes. You don't want to over cook the peas.
*Remove from heat, add the lemon juice. Use and Emerson or Regular blender until smooth.

I sauted a few peas in some avocado oil and salt to top the soup and add a little texture....

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Food made everything good ...for a moment

transformation stories Mar 20, 2018

For as long as I can remember I have been overweight. For as long as I remember I have struggled to lose that weight. I dealt with many sad experiences as a child and into my adult years. My diet was a straight line for more serious issues. More than I already had. I started taking all kinds of prescriptions that usually cause obesity. I used to joke that those pills were my breakfast. Food comforted me. Food made everything good again. For a moment.  

I had tried EVERY diet you could think of. It was finally suggested (BY MY DR.) that I was a good candidate for gastric bypass. It was a decision I did not take lightly and pondered it for quite some time. Finally, for my son and the sake of my health I gave in. It was difficult and don’t think it was cheating at all. I desperately need help. I was headed for some serious, serious issues. I lost some weight from the surgery but then hit a brick wall. It wasn’t enough and started to have back problems. I had back...

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Live Your Life

mindset Mar 15, 2018

The other morning, I woke up a 2:30am with a rapid fire in my mind of horrible harsh thoughts about myself. My chest was heavy and I couldn’t catch a deep breath. I felt like my whole world was going to crash down. THIS WAS NOT FUN! I mustered up enough strength to get out of bed and sit in my “reading chair”. I just sat there and stared at the clock. It was taking ALL my strength not to have a total panic attack! The thoughts going through my head were horrible! I would never say or think these things about anyone else but myself. 

What I wanted to do most in this was pull out my phone and go on Facebook or Instagram. I wanted to check out and distract myself from the awfulness that was going on in my mind! But I had a moment of clarity. I knew I needed to sit still and FEEL those feelings. Ouch! It hurt! I sat there for 5 minutes and just felt all that pain and insecurity. My head and mind were just a mess. I am a huge fan of journaling so I decided I...

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