Cliff Wiese has been active in fitness, sports, and sport psychology since 1981. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, as well as a Sports Performance Coach. He works with a varied international clientele, ranging from world-class athletes to pre and post rehabilitation patients to Special Olympians. Cliff currently resides in Texas. A speaker and writer in high demand, Cliff can be reached by email at email@example.com. Cliff attended Schreiner University on athletic and leadership scholarship and has done graduate studies at the University of Oklahoma. He is active in Special Olympics as a Powerlifting Coach and is a volunteer grant writer for a number of charities, primarily organizations involving at-risk children. Cliff is also personally active in sport and has won championships in five different sports. He is currently finishing his first book, aimed at creating and sustaining successful and life-long workout routines for non-exercisers.
Ohio Laws Regarding Stun Guns
Legal • Published: May 18, 2010
Ohio has relatively liberal laws regarding stun guns. They can be carried, openly or concealed, in most places. They are considered deadly weapons and their use in the commission of a crime will make any offense substantially greater.
Installing a Rifle Sling
Recreation and Sports: Hunting • Published: May 17, 2010
This article describes exactly how to install a rifle sling. For someone without the knowledge it can be a frustrating task.
The Essentials of Firearm Safety Courses
Recreation and Sports: Hunting • Published: May 16, 2010
This article describes a number of ways to acquire gun safety. It also includes portions of the skill set that is acquired at gun schools.
Women and Golf
Recreation and Sports: Golf • Published: May 16, 2010
Women have played golf since it began and have made numerous contributions to the sport. The history of women’s golf includes gifts to the game from its very beginning all the way to today’s LPGA Tour.
Using Your Pitching Wedge to Save Shots
Recreation and Sports: Golf • Published: May 10, 2010
Under ordinary circumstances, you want to chip with a club with as little loft as possible. However, there are two situations where a pitching wedge is the perfect club to use to chip or pitch the golf ball.
How Do We Solve the Fuel Crisis?
News and Society: Energy • Published: August 6, 2008
Gasoline prices have skyrocketed over the past few months. Economically, the escalation in gasoline prices is because it takes oil to make gasoline. The cost of fueling your car has put a serious in your pocketbook. Gas prices have leaped over the $4 per gallon. Our society is dependent on our ability to fill the gas tanks on our cars.
A Nutrition Program to Complement Your Workouts Using the KISS Principle – Keep It Super Simple
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: November 15, 2007
We want to create a simple nutrition program for you to help accelerate the gains you achieve with your workouts. The eating plan has to be simple enough to easily implement AND not be so drastic as to cause a major disruption of your normal eating patterns. We want everything possible to be in our favor to get the most efficient possible results, so I’ll offer some suggestions for you to work into your daily life over the course of several months.
Another Exercise to Create Those Sexy Six-Pack Abs
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: November 9, 2007
This article describes an intense abdominal exercise to help create and define the abdominal complex. It is intended for people seeking those results.
An Exercise To Create Those Sexy Six Pack Abs
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: October 26, 2007
This article describes an exercise that works the entire core region of the body, with an emphasis on abdominals. The exercise is directed toward people looking for variety and better results in their ab routine.
The Top Ten Reasons to Exercise
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: October 18, 2007
Your body will burn more calories when you’re sitting on your muscular buttocks than if you’re sitting on your “big fat butt”… Muscle is an active tissue that burns 30 to 50 calories per pound at rest each day. A pound of fat only burns three calories per day.
A Fitness Routine for the Road Warrior – A Great Workout When You Have No Equipment
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: October 3, 2007
How many times have you been traveling and checked into a hotel that advertised a “fitness room,” only to find out their idea of fitness is a low-quality treadmill and a 1970s era Universal machine…or worse? I think we’ve all had the same experience at least once over the years.
Personal Training – Who Succeeds and Who Fails?
Health and Fitness: Personal Training • Published: September 17, 2007
The article describes characteristics and traits that separate successful Personal Trainers from Trainers who are struggling. It also serves as a guide to help people who might be considering a career change to Personal Training to understand some of the qualities they will need to build a flourishing clientele.
A Path to Happiness
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: September 4, 2007
The article describes the benefits of exercise. It gives insight into some of the often overlooked rewards of exercise.
A Personal Trainer’s Certification – Understanding the Alphabet Soup After the Trainer’s Name
Health and Fitness: Personal Training • Published: August 30, 2007
This article helps a person searching for a Certified Personal Trainer find a reputable trainer. It gives the reader the knowledge they need to begin the search, while also giving suggestions about what to avoid.
Finding A Fitness Program That Will Workout For You For The Rest Of Your Life
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: August 30, 2007
This article emphasizes the importance of starting a fitness regimen with a customized program from a Certified Personal Trainer. It also describes the pitfalls of picking the wrong Trainer.
The Five Attributes of a Great Personal Trainer
Health and Fitness: Exercise • Published: May 4, 2007
Your time has come. You have made the commitment to get back in shape. And you want to do it as quickly, safely, and painlessly as possible. You are in a good place.