Our friend Henry over at GymTalk recently interviewed Brandon Richey, a well respected strength coach and kettlebell aficionado. Brandon gave us some awesome tips on strength training and conditioning and he shared some of his experiences of being a top level strength coach. Hi Brandon, thanks for talking to us today. Could you tell our readers a […]
An idea I learned in yoga: building your workout to a Culmination Exercise Every Saturday I can, I head over to Tough Love Yoga and take a class, usually from my most favorite of all yoga teachers I’ve ever taken from, Neda Draupadi Honarvar. It’s not just the fact that we listen to awesome metal […]
Just four more days until I get to Ft. Lauderdale! And I cannot wait. If you know anything about Atlanta, you know it is surrounded by a ring highway. This divides the general Atlanta are into ITP and OTP (Inside the Perimiter & Outside the Perimiter). Well I have not been OTP since April of […]
A kettlebell complex to whip your butt. One of the things I like most about kettlebell exercises is that they focus on movement, not muscles. There is no isolation as you would have in exercises that focus on individual muscles or muscle groups. A kettlebell complex is even better.
Kettlebells look like cannonballs with handles And a workout with them will strengthen you in ways nothing else can. If you were to purchase one piece of home gym equipment, I’d choose kettlebells. A kettlebell workout is a total body workout, it’s strengthening, it increases core strength and increases your ability to generate power. For […]
Get the base of a kettlebell swing right. All too often when I’m at a gym, whether watching a person work out on their own or watching a trainer use kettlebells with their client, the very root of the kettlebell swing motion is done incorrectly. To easily explain the reason one motion is correct and […]