Monthly Archives: March 2014

5 Pushup Mistakes and How to Fix Them

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The pushup might seem like an easy exercise that everyone knows how to do, but it gets butchered more than anything else. Coaches also use pushups as a form of punishment so they are often seen in a negative light. The disappointing part of that is the pushup is an extremely beneficial exercise. Pushups allow […]

Tall Kneeling Overhead Kettlebell Press

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If I can remember correctly, most average gym goers give shoulders their own day of training. Somewhere in between legs, chest/tris, and back/bi’s shoulders are the rare muscle group that needs its own time during the week. If you cannot sense the sarcasm in that above statement let me come right out and say that […]

Times for Food, Kettlebell Build Up, and Overarching

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Here we are for post number 100. It is funny to think that I have already gotten to that amount already and I am still improving with each one. Anyways I’ve got some random thoughts to discuss. 1. Maybe it is because i am up at 5 am that the time of day has become […]

Is the Intensity High Enough?

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It seems that lately, all forms of exercise are about intensity. Too often, the workout is judged by how many barrel sprints are performed at the end.  What is a barrel sprint, you might ask? It is when you have no choice but to get somewhere to avoid puking on the floor. I do not […]