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I try to let spirit guide me, and find myself into many things as a result. Mostly I try to help others any way I can. Below is a bio I use when I train athletes, but it tells nothing about who I am.

Robert McKee is a former world record holding strength athlete and trainer. McKee’s clients include Olympic Sprinter Mark Lewis-Francis (England), professional heavyweight boxer Peter Paul, mixed martial artist/fight choreographer Jay Gillespie, Tae Kwon do champion Chris Davis, Thomas Bleiker five time European arm wrestling champion, Neil Bell world champion arm wrestler, Jerzy Gregorek Olympic weightlifting world record holder and Jason Evans professional BMX rider.

Robert McKee has developed the Constructivist System based on learning theory. McKee says, "I teach people how to raise their awareness about themselves so that they will know instinctively how to train and eat for their individual body type. I do this through a series of unique exercises that serve both as diagnostic tools and self teachers. No longer will you have to guess or adopt other people’s methods that may not give the results you are seeking.”
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I love food. In fact, the only TV program I watch is the Food Network. Sometimes I find myself staring into the fridge until my toes are frosty. One day I misplaced the remote. Can you guess where I found it? The freezer. Some of my favorite dishes in the Asian category are: Spicy beef salad made with rib eye, fresh chili and lime. Fillet mignon done Korean BBQ style with raw butter and garlic, fresh shitake mushrooms and kimchi. Over on the African continent, I am a big fan of an Ethiop... read more
Thu, June 8, 2006 - 9:57 PM permalink - 6 comments
And this is how I got there.

Mornings: Monday through Friday.
6am 24 grams protein in water. I cup of Irish breakfast tea.
7am 30 minutes High Intensity Interval Cardio like sprint intervals or hitting a heavy bag. Or 30-60 minutes steady cardio walking, jogging or biking.
8:30am Breakfast: Whole grain pancake with banana, egg white omelet, 1 tablespoon peanut butter or raw virgin coconut oil..
9-10:30 NAP!
11am Training: 1-1.5 hours using my system of bodyweight and partner as... read more
Thu, June 8, 2006 - 9:55 PM permalink - 0 comments
Training methods: I combine explosive or ballistic exercises with absolute strength exercises and either slow tempo or fast reps in a single set. The training effect comes from the intensity and the varied set and rep tempos. For example:

Chest: Do 5-10 reps of plyometric pushups. Without rest perform 3-5 reps one-arm pushups each arm followed by wide standard pushups with a slow tempo taking 4 seconds to lower the body and 3 seconds to push up. I perform 4-6 cycles of these 3 exercises... read more
Thu, June 8, 2006 - 9:53 PM permalink - 1 comment
The long awaited website has been officially launched!

Click below if you dare!

You are going to trip on the exterme Free Running short movie that begins playing when the home page is accessed. These guys are beyond amazing!

Enjoy the rest of the site. There is a ton of good information and opportunities to be had.

Look out this week for my latest article on true patriotism, the politics of IOC and one of the worlds oldest sports, Olympic Weightlif... read more
Wed, May 24, 2006 - 7:43 PM permalink - 1 comment
Check out these photos from the fitness video!

Scroll down through these separate blogs to get the whole article.

Hi, my name is Robert McKee and I must say I was pretty apprehensive about going into this, after all, these guys are the real deal. Hardcore ex-gang members and prison gang members, armed robbers and possibly murderers. One thing was for sure, everybody had been through some serious shit and lived to tell about it.

The story these guys are te... read more
Sat, May 6, 2006 - 4:06 PM permalink - 0 comments
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