Dr. Tredell Dorsey

Day 2

Day 2: 6:00 am – Kenpo Training ( P90X video) – 45 minutes 7:00 am – Breakfast: Cup of oatmeal ( no sugar or butter) 2 Scrammbled Eggs ( with only pepper added) 10:00am – Snack String of Cheese and a bottled water 12:30 pm – Lunch 2 chicken Breast 1 cup of broccoli 1 cup of green beans 2:00… Read more →

The Spiritual food for the Day!

PSALMS 23:1 The Lord takes care of me as his sheep; I will not be without any good thing.



New Year Workout Plan

Okay it’s 2009 and time for a change. I will record all of my workouts and meal plan each day. Hopefully you will join me in my quest for excellence. My goal is to drop 20lbs I’m currently 6’1 and 248lbs. The goal of this program is to get Healthy, ripped, strong and sexy . So if you’re ready for… Read more →

4 Training Periods for Basketball

Have you ever watched the progression of a winning team through a season? If so, you probably noticed that they improved at peak times, not only in skill on the court but in physical aspects as well. When this type of development occurs across the board, it does not occur haphazardly. This takes place by breaking down training schedules into… Read more →

Pre-Season Nutrition

Whether you are in high school or college, it is time to prepare for the next 3-4 months of the season. During the summer, your base strength should have been developed for the Pre-Season, the time in which you will get ready for the rigors of the In-Season. You should get prepared for the first game during this 8 to… Read more →

The Right Trainer for Your Child

Selecting the right trainer for your child can be a challenging decision. Do you choose a coach based on credentials? Education? Word of Mouth? From my experience, you decided based on all of these things and more. When choosing someone that works as an independent trainer make sure you check there credentials before you even start the process of negotiation…. Read more →


The right kind of flexibility exercise is absolutely critical for anyone involved in sports; otherwise four things invariably happen:· Restricted movement· Decrease performance· A breakdown in body tissues· Potential long term injuriesWhat is flexibility? Flexibility is the range of motion available in a joint, such as the hip, or series of joints such as the spine.1. Your joints: flexibility is… Read more →


I can remember growing up and seeing my grandmother cooking fried chicken with a big bucket of crisco shortening (Trans Fat). Little did I know that this was increasing LDL (bad) cholesterol levels, reducting HDL (good) cholesterol levels, and increasing plaque build up in my arteries.