Saturday, January 29, 2011

Active Recovery Clinic without using kettlebells :D

Following February 19th I will be doing a mobility clinic that involves more then kettlebells. Whenever an athlete competes that break things, we do so in a ceratin vector or direction(micro) but over time this can become macro.

We have to "break" ourselves though not literally in the opposite direction;) or rather balance the imbalances the girevoy or handle bell sport introduce. We have to do the un fun stuff to "have fun" with our sport.

I've had the pleasure of recently talking to an MD about this at length that said and I laugh everytime "An Athlete is like a Ferrari driving down the road with one wheel with a telephone pole dragging behind it at full speed."

So true as I am learning.

There are two types of athletes: healthy ones and unhealthy ones.

11-2 is the training Clinic and 3-4 (and beyond if necessary) for the active recovery clinic.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Training/Transition Clinic

February 19 th.
When? noon - 3pm or beyond depending on the turnout.


To improve your results...and unlike other workshops to understand how to transition from each sport. I think a workshop is the wrong term. Call it.. an intervention of sorts.

12kg is a different sport then 16 kg then 20 kg then 24 kg then 28 kg then 32 kg then 36 kg. You have 7 sports here right now!


- To improve your skill specific to your strengths/weaknesses

You will improve:
- A level of lifting(16kg to 20 kg with the same numbers) if you follow
my program for 1 month.

Ask these guys...(except me)


Hit me up at for sign up details

Monday, January 17, 2011

Training for March

Whether you are preparing for a meet with one organization or another, this is impartial in the sense that we want all people to gain the best results.

Check out this video of myself and fast rising lifters.

Just Lifting