All posts tagged Kettlebells


Bogatyr Rising Kettlebell Long Cycle Program

A long , long time ago in a gym faraway…
My introdcution to kettlebells came via Pavel Tsatsouline and his book “Enter The Kettlebell”. In truth, no amount of reading or practice would make up for eventually attending the RKC certification in Denmark all those… [ read more ]

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Take the Power Back

The times are changing. The powers that be, private health care, nutritionists, health insurance and good old government have realised that personal responsibility for health is the key


One Tool, One Purpose, no cavemen involved…

At the moment I am approaching each practice session with one tool. And it is liberating. Today it's the sandbag. Why? Because it makes me think every step


WARRIOR CARDIO – Martin Rooney – Book Review

I have said it before and I will say it again, performance comes with a price. That price is the very real prospect of injury, nowhere more so


Steve Cotter…and the Evolution of all things Kettlebells

I say it but maybe not often enough. I get to train and learn from some of the coolest people around. And they don't come any cooler than


Chinese Whispers

Trainers, coaches and teachers who deliberately connive to fool their clients, customers and followers are "charlatans". There is a special place reserved for them in the gym of

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Living La Vida Agresivamente – Mike Mahler – Book Review

Mike Mahler - Live Life Aggressively

Cassidy Phillips, founder of Trigger Point Performance Therapy,  has a great phrase - "What you tolerate you accept".


Live Life Aggressively! – Mike Mahler Interview

In a world of "Do as I say, not as I do" coaches and trainers, there are a handful for individuals who stand out. I have had


Hybrid Bodyweight Training Equipment. The Total Package?

Article by J.P. Brice. Co-inventor of the War Machine Suspended Pulley Trainer by CrossCore, Inc. Bodyweight training. It’s been around forever. But as the sports of bodybuilding and


How to get lucky…

I am a lucky guy. Seriously. Over the last few years I have been fortunate enough to train, study and learn with some

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