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    Tim Feeser

     Your personal fitness coach

1 on 1 DVD Training

with Tim Feeser


Tim Feeser is a 58 year old fitness advocate and father of 3 adult children who spent over 33 years as a consulting professional in large corporate consulting organizations. Currently Tim works for a small healthcare company.  10 Years ago he decided to take action and get in the best shape of his life. Along his journey Tim developed a passion for fitness and wanted to help others acheive their fitness goals. Thus back to basics was born.


Back-To-Basics is an effective and easy to use program that uses jumping rope for efficent fat buring cardio, along with basic resistance exercises, that in tandem will allow you to ATTAIN and MAINTAIN the best body of your life. 

Age is just a number


At age 58 I'm living proof that age doesn't matter

Balance between nutrition and exercise 


Nutrition comes first as it is the cornerstone of any weight loss and exercise program. You can exercise all you want, but if you don”t know your nutrition numbers, your exercising without a compass, And you’ll be lost, Which will likely lead to you giving up when you don’t see results


There are hundreds of exercises and many pieces of equipment you can try, but the reality is, YOU are the one that has to push yourself to make the honest effort on any program you decide to model as your exercise routine, keep it basic. 


I have seen people get into great shape and then gain all the weight back. Why does this happen? Is it possible they made the weight loss process so grueling that they hated so much that once they made it, they were happy to be done, and went back to the old diet and lifestyle? I say keep it basic, go at your pace, learn your nutrition numbers and you’ll maintain your results.

By re-prioritizing your nutrition plan in concept with an efficient exercise plan, My plan will enable you to succeed in adopting a healthy lifestyle you’ll enjoy the rest of your life. This is the foundation of my Back-to-Basics workout series

Free eBooks Delivered To Your Inbox


“You Need to Know Yours” to be Successful at Weight Loss and Maintaining Your Healthy Weight

Eating Right: A quick Guide to Get You Started on Developing Your Eating Plan Giving Consideration to Other Nutritional Metrics Beyond Calories, Protein and Carbs

Cheat Days: Why Cheat Days Can Be of Benefit to Your Sanity and Have an Important Role in Your Healthy Eating Lifestyle

Jumping Rope: A Guide to Getting Started

Frequently Asked Questions


I believe there are many reasons, some of which could be:


  • Life gets busy and most people end up sacrificing their fitness program thinking they will start up again later when things settle down, however most don’t start up again.


  • Lack of self-motivation to stick with it long enough for it to become a habit and viewed as a priority in their life.


  • Many get brain washed into unrealistic goals such as achieving results in 60 to 90 days leading to unrealistic expectations of instant gratification. Ask yourself, how long did it take you to become 25 to 50 pounds or more over weight?


  • Trying to do too much too fast, resulting in the mindset “OMG, this is so grueling”, leading most people to dread the workouts and eventually quit.
It may depend on your time, budget and personality. If you have more time in your schedule and can afford it, you may join a gym to get access to all the benefits a gym has to offer. You’ll have the extra commuting time you’ll have to fit into your schedule. If you are less self-conscious about your appearance, you may enjoy the social aspects a gym has to offer.


If you are tight on time and budget, and like your privacy, then a home workout program may be better for you. You can workout on your own schedule at home without needing to commute to a gym. Gym memberships usually have an initiation fee plus the monthly fee that an range anywhere from 20 to 50 bucks for an annual cost of $240 to $600, plus the initial sign up fee and extra gas for commuting.

A good comprehensive home workout program can cost you $50 to $150 that includes DVDs and a guide.


Some may afford both, and perform the home workouts at the gym and enjoying the social aspects of the gym as well.

I believe if you try to go on an extreme diet that is very restrictive from what your body needs to function, it will be nearly impossible to stick with it. Our bodies were designed to need energy through calorie consumption, and there are many foods on this earth we can eat to meet our needs. A good balanced strategy is to eat a group of healthy foods you enjoy, which meet your body’s energy needs. Many of these recently invented diets (i.e. Atkins) are restrictive and can actually be very dangerous to your health.
I believe the key to staying motivated for weight loss is to understand all of the benefits of being fit. It is more than just looking good. Its also about:

  • Being health on the inside
  • Saving money on medical costs
  • Higher self-esteem
  • Functioning better physically (yard work, fun activities, keeping up with your kids)
  • Functioning better sexually
  • A positive influence to those around you

These can all be powerful motivators to many, and you may have other reasons important to you. Write down what motivates you and tape it to your bathroom mirror, so you see them everyday first thing in the morning. I did this and it’s a great reminder. Keep your eye on the goal!


Back To Basics