My friend Michael – The Iron Therapist put the concept into my head. His spin is heavy KB swings and shadow boxing. Years ago, when I was learning the Pavel SFG way of swinging bells my instructor had mentioned to me “no twisting” during kettlebell sets. I’ve since inquired about Read more…
Doing the same routine day in and day out can become boring. Let me help you get rid of that boredom by providing a new routine or challenge every week. I’ll even deliver it to your inbox, if you subscribe to my weekly challenge mailing list!
Routines and challenges will vary depending on what I’m currently up to or thinking about. Ab challenges will be frequent and often due to core stability leading to a happy and healthy body. Hip and glute challenges will pop up when I have running on the brain, as stronger hips and glutes help reduce lower body issues.
If I’m on a mud run or conditioning kick you’ll probably see some tabata or extended length routines pop up. Strength training routines will pop up from time to time as well, but will require some gear, a home gym, or a gym membership.
Please consult with a physician before beginning any exercise program and speak with a trained professional if you’re unsure of how to perform any of the movements I mention. Videos have been added for most of these routines to show the concepts behind them, but may not have all the information necessary to perform an exercise to its fullest potential.
Also, feel free to replace certain exercises with other exercises if you can’t quite do the variation listed. A standard plank is a totally acceptable replacement for a 1 arm 1 leg plank for example.