Monthly Archives: January 2014

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We designed to get the everyday person or… couch potato, moving and off their… couch! We want to show you, that you don’t need a fancy gym with the latest equipment, or to follow the latest fitness fad to achieve your goals. will help you:

  • Improve your fitness level.
  • Shed pounds of fat.
  • Increase muscle.
  • …and just feel better about yourself and your body.

   How are you going to do this? The answer is; by increasing your metabolism! It’s as simple as that!!! You’re probably thinking, “Wait a second, how am I going increase my metabolism?!? I’m busy with…. Life!!!”

   Easy as pie (DO NOT EAT PIE… at least not every day), by increasing daily activity and the amount of lean muscle on your body and of course; changing some of your eating habits. Let’s be honest, you wouldn’t be here if you didn’t want a little help.  We will help you with all of that!

    We want you to click that “Leave a comment” button at end of my posts, and share your questions, experiences, triumphs and failures. It’s likely someone else is wondering the same. We will reply with tips, our own experiences, or just a simple “Awesome job, keep it up!”

  Our Goal- To show everyone that being fit and healthy is for everyone. The right information, a positive attitude, and tons of motivation, is what you’ll find here.

Tater Trainer,                                                                                   

Peter Midura (a.k.a. Head Potato)  


The Taters,

Christian Fondeur (a.k.a. The French Fry)

Veronica Villegas (a.k.a. The Home Fry)


Disclaimer:   You should always consult your physician or health care specialist before performing any of the exercises, or beginning any diet plans suggested on this website, especially, if you have any chronic or recurring physical conditions, and/or if you are pregnant, nursing, or elderly. The instruction presented herein is in no way intended as a substitute for medical advice or counseling. Always contact your physician or health care specialist if you have any questions regarding your physical conditions or about the suitability of any of these exercises or diet plans for you.