When different fitness trends become popular, it is very easy to get caught up in fitness routines and programming that make no sense or, worse yet, that are harmful for your body. One of the most popular trends in the early 2000s was the “kettlebell” trend. Kettlebells have been around for centuries, since the early 1700s if my memory serves me correctly, but, to this day, they still are not used correctly in certain areas of exercise programming.
Wow, it's over. I'm finally finished with my undergraduate studies. Does this mean that I am done learning? Never. The journey that is education is never through. And for those of you that look forward to the "light at the end of the tunnel" when it comes to their time in school, I don't understand their enthusiasm toward this end. There is a sense of adventure in the pursuit of education for me. Now that I have my B.Sc.
Posted by Ryan Hart @ Wednesday, January 08, 2014 @ 18:37pm
Five Tips to Avoid Skipping Your WorkoutAs New Year’s resolutions start becoming stale around this time of the year and opportunities arise to trade in daily workouts for work and personal extracurricular activities, you may be tempted to skip your workout and derail your health and fitness goals.
Posted by Boo Sadikot @ Friday, March 01, 2013 @ 08:10am
One of my favorite trainings. Get to it!
Workout of the Day. Kettlebell Density Training.
Intsructions. 8 reps per set. Each set takes no more than 1 min. 5 exercises done has a circuit. Do 4 rounds.
1. KB jump squats
2. KB Split squats 8 reps each leg
3. KB uneven pushups. 8 on each arm
4. KB Rows 8 on each arm
Posted by Shane Mclean @ Wednesday, January 09, 2013 @ 15:50pm