As someone once said (Jeff Martone? Steve Maxwell?), quick feet are happy feet.
In this case they were talking about using kettlebells. Because if you drop one and it lands on your foot, you will be a hurting unit.
So, in this case, situational awareness (I just dropped a KB) knowledge of what is [...]
I often post answers to questions that come up on other forums dealing with training. And to be honest, I never really gave them a second thought until just recently when I posted the information that follows. I am taking the advice of virgilgarcia on that forum, who suggested I put that information on my [...]
We are going to address two things in this article.
The first has to do with Step 2:
Horizontal Pulls (HzP’s), as found in Convict Conditioning page 124 – 125, performed from a table or some other set-up like rings hanging at about waist height.
The Progressive standard Paul Wade sets is 3 x 30, [...]
This is partly in response to a thread started on another fitness oriented site. The OP, (Original Poster) “bongoman”, in that thread was concerned about his AC joint (Acromion Clavicula joint at top of shoulder) and also in trying to get his lat to tense up while pressing a weight overhead with one hand.
Well, of course, that’s how you build a house or other brick structure.
So what does it have to do with you and I?
That is how you get stronger, faster and tougher.
One brick at a time. It takes time and effort. It takes patience. It takes persistence. And sometimes it means taking a [...]