Category Archives: Strength Training

TRUE LIFE: HOW I BECAME A POWERLIFTER

HOW IT BEGAN Back in December, I was bored with my workouts. That’s when the guys at work approached me about competing in a power lifting meet. I agreed and thought it would be an experience to train for! Something … Continue reading

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5 THINGS THAT STUCK AT THE RKC

This past weekend I attended the RKC Workshop in Philly and became RKC certified 🙂 It was an amazing weekend of coaching, learning, and working out. I met some great people and learned A LOT! Such a great experience, I … Continue reading

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GetUps, Swings, and Chinups

Had a great workout today! 2 Get-Ups/ each side 20 Swings 6 Chin Ups with light band FIVE TIMES THROUGH ENJOY! 

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Got Change?

Sometimes change is a good thing.  We get stuck into this routine of doing the same things every day, and then we wonder, why we are going through the motions? It could start out as something small like walking a different … Continue reading

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THE GOAL IS TO KEEP THE GOAL THE GOAL!

I am a firm believer in making goals. I am even a firmer believer in accomplishing them. At the beginning of the year, I made short term goals that I could accomplish month to month. My first set of goals … Continue reading

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Nutrition Ramble

Research has shown that a pre-workout type of shake helps promote protein synthesis better than a post workout shake. Does that mean if you drink two, you will get more protein synthesis? Most likely not. Protein synthesis happens in pulses, you cannot … Continue reading

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Kettlebell Circuit

Try this kettlebell workout!  Warmup: Foam Roll 4 Part Squat   x10 Spidermans x5 Kettlebell Workout:  Repeat x4 Kneeling Halo x10 Single Arm Swing x10 Double Clean & Press  x5 Enjoy!

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