Kevin Workout TipsWelcome to my Workout Tips website! I have created this site in late 2010 as a resource for anyone who is looking to increase muscle mass, decrease body fat, perform better at sports, and overall look and feel better by working out.

About Kevin

I have over 7 years of workout experience, training both as an athlete and for looks. I have went from a skinny 160 pound teenager to a solid 200 pound lean man over the past few years. I will share my tips, secrets, suggestions, routines, and workout experiences to help you look, feel and perform how you want to!

This is my workout tips blog, where I will give out most of my workout tips and secrets. I have also written some general weight lifting tips articles which are linked from the right handside.

Everything I share on my workout tips website is FREE! My knowledge on working out, gaining lean muscle and burning fat is increasing every day, as I continue to read workout blogs and forums, talk with professionals, and most importantly experiment with my body and my workout routines!

I will try and write a couple blog posts per week to share my workout tips, gym secrets and my weight lifting routines.

If you enjoy my workout tips I ask you to share the website URL with your friends and bookmark the site yourself. Also hockey players can visit the Off Ice Hockey Training website me and my friends have put up!

About Dan

Dan GarnerI’ve invited Dan Garner to post here from time to time (when he has time).

Dan has been in the exercise and supplement industry for years with education and the background to prove it.  His full credentials are posted below, and he is always working on new certifications.  You can learn more about Dan by watching his Nutrition Videos over at CoachGarner.com.

Head Nutrition Consultant (World’s Gym)
Certified BioSignature Practitioner
Certified PTA Global Trainer
Certified Sport Nutrition Specialist
Certified Twist Sport Conditioning Coach
Certified ViPR trainer
Diploma in Health, Wellness and Fitness (graduate with honours)

Check him out on Facebook where he shares tips, nutrition advice and recipes, and more – https://www.facebook.com/DanGarnerNutritionSpecialist

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  • Chase Panosian June 9, 2012, 4:28 pm

    Hey Kevin, I read some of your articles and its pretty apparent that you are well informed and knowledgable. I had a question for you and I figured leaving a comment here would give me the best chance of you getting back to me. My roommate recently bought a pre-workout by Muscle Pharm called Assault. The difference with this pre workout is that it contains creatine. I’ve taken creatine before and i’ve also read and researched about it as well. Usually when you go on a creatine stint/cycle you want to take it consistently every day. So my question to you is, should you be taking this pre workout every day? or should you compliment this pre workout with creatine on days that you are not working out? Let me know what you think. Thanks.

    Chase

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  • Kevin June 11, 2012, 9:57 pm

    Chase, Assault contains some good ingredients including BCAAs so you could take it everyday if you wanted to. If not you could also choose to take a separate Creatine product like you mentioned.

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    • Chase Panosian June 13, 2012, 2:27 pm

      Thank you for responding. Would it be detrimental to take the assault inconsistently and not compliment with creatine? Say I take Assault 3-5 times a week, receiving 5g Creatine with each serving, and not take any creatine on the other days. The point to my question is I’ve heard when taking creatine it is important to receive the same level of creatine daily. I would prefer not to take Assault every day. Here in lies my problem. Let me know what you think.

      Thanks again!

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      • Chase Panosian June 13, 2012, 2:30 pm

        Sorry, a little post script.. I would also rather not take a supplemental creatine dose. Should I chose one or the other? Creatine every day or creatine no days?

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        • Kevin June 13, 2012, 10:50 pm

          You’re fine with taking Assault only on workout days without taking any creatine on your days off.

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  • Michel Leon January 3, 2013, 5:51 pm

    Great content Kevin! I will explore your valuable and effective fitness programs shortly and wish you continued success in the New Year.

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  • Laurence Kellett March 5, 2013, 4:55 am

    Hey Kevin,

    Is there an email address I can contact you on?

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  • Kevin March 6, 2013, 5:53 pm

    Kevin @ Workout Tipster.com (no spaces I just did that to prevent spam)

    Reply

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