Cardio vs Strength Training - How do you choose?!
April 17, 2019
Hosted by Tramaine Ellis, with Co-Host David E. Ellis III
A topic that has been debated from days of old...Cardio is better for women and strength training is better for men. We say it depends on what you are trying to do. The thing is, you are going to have a lot of men that will not do anything but strength train and a lot of women who will only perform cardio exercises. Although both are very important, this is like peanut butter without jelly, grits without eggs or biscuits without gravy. While it is good by itself, it works a whole lot better together. In today’s show we will be discussing this very hot and highly debatable topic, to show you that just because you may believe in one or the other, performing both will do nothing but enhance the benefits of the other.
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Tramaine Ellis, with Co-Host David E. Ellis III
Since her college days at Florida State University, Tramaine Ellis has had a love for physical fitness. She not only enjoyed working out in the gym but she developed a great love for running as well. She soon realized how much a healthy and fit lifestyle could lead to a happy lifestyle. Over the course of several years, this love for fitness transformed into a passion for it. Not only for herself, but she developed a passion for helping and motivating others achieve their fitness goals. For over 9 years, Tramaine has been dedicated to helping others become the person they desire to be through physical fitness training. Tramaine realizes that transformation of the body begins with transformation of the mind.
David E. Ellis III has been an athlete since the age of eight. His love for training followed him as he went back to his high school to coach track. Although his athletic career ended abruptly, he continued to coach middle school track and field, as well as train preteen and teenagers in a variety of sports. He has trained adults as well. Today, David is married to Tramaine and is presently studying for his CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist). David is a firm believer in the mind being stronger than the body, and encourages those he trains to believe in themselves!