Category Archives for Somerville personal trainer

Somerville Strength Training Spotlight Sunday: Rachna Mathur

Rachna has been training at Durbrow Performance since January and has quickly become one of our hardest working clients. She always has a smile and an awesome attitude and she is consistently trying to improve every exercise, every week. Check out Rachna’s story today. Enjoy! Durbrow Performance Training has already changed my life. I joined […]

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Intermittent Fasting: What It Is and How You Should Do It

Last week I wrote an article for Fitness RX for Women on how to use Intermittent Fasting in your life. There were a lot of people that kinda bashed the idea, saying that it’s a form of starvation and there is no way you can eat enough. I also got some great comments from people who want […]

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Somerville Training Spotlight Sunday: Chrissy C.

I have always been the LEAST athletic person out there. Never played a sport while growing up. I’ll  miss the bus before running to catch it. I like watching some sports – from a safe distance- but the idea of participating in a contact sport or any type of activity that requires movement has always […]

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Somerville Training Spotlight Sunday: Maureen O’Donnell

Check out this awesome story from one of our training clients, Maureen O’Donnell…. I have always been fairly active.  I have a 10-year-old son that is very athletic and I try to take every opportunity to play tennis, basketball or just throw the baseball around with him.   I also do a lot of walking.  […]

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Somerville Fitness Training March Client of the Month: Lynn Walters Rekhi

Congratulations to our March Client of the Month at Durbrow Performance Training, Lynn Walters Rekhi. Lynn has been training with us since March of 2011 and has completely changed her lifestyle and has become a great part of our training family. Over the past few years Lynn has lost 9% body fat and over 30 […]

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My Twelve Rules of Life

This post was inspired by Craig Ballantyne who is an incredible fat loss coach and also the writer for one of my favorite sites, Early To Rise. The idea here is that everyone should create their “rules” to live by. The more rules and standards that you have for your life, the less you have to […]

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39 Keys for Training, Life and Staying Fit

This is one of my favorite posts that I’ve ever written. I wanted to share the article over atwww.fitnessrxwomen.com and give a few tips on how to train harder, eat smarter and feel great overall. 1. Lift weights. 2. Do sprints. 3. Eat vegetables at every meal. 4. Drink 3-5 liters of water per day. 5. […]

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The Top 51 Exercises for Getting Lean and Tight

I have a million exercises in my database. That database is both literal and figurative. I have a huge spreadsheet of exercises and then of course I’ve got the ol’ brain. So, obviously I have to rely on the spreadsheet because I forget A LOT of stuff  Today I want to give you my top […]

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Durbrow Performance Training Client of the Month: Chet Murray

Our February Training Client of the Month had one hell of a month. Since he’s been training at Durbrow Performance he’s had awesome fat loss, incredible motivation and has just been a really solid part of our training family. Just when you thought he couldn’t work any harder or get any more motivated, he did. […]

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Top Seven Ways to Avoid Cardio and Get Lean

Cardio is lame. If you want to get kinda soft, waste a ton of time at the gym and be bored out of your mind then it’s awesome. Otherwise, lame. I’ve written about this before….. —>Burn Fat Faster, Move Faster —>Cambridge Training versus Steady State Cardio….Who Wins? So, I’ve made my point and today I […]

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