I've had a lot of fitness people ask me about how to get started with program design for kettlebells. The answer has always been to try, study, and analyze the structure and most importantly, the INTENTION behind the programs and workouts of professionals who have had proven results. Here's a really easy, consolidated way to do that - edited by the captain of the complex, Master RKC Geoff Neupert:
The RKC Book of Strength and Conditioning
Heya, just a short one today and full of links and reminders...
- First off, you have until March 9th to get the discounted price on the one of a kind, intensive, limited registrationSuper Human Training Workshop with modern strength legends, and Logan Christopher. Discover how you can accomplish your own feats of strength, and apply this strong thinking and doing to your own life - in and out of the gym. I'll be there along with several super strong and inspiring men and women. Register now, because spots are filling up - and with an intense workshop like this one, big crowds are just not allowed. People are literally flying in from across the country to attend this workshop in Tallahassee Florida, I know because I'm friends with a lot of them. EXPECT individual attention - sign up today!
- Have you entered the Essay Question Contest/Drawing yet? If not, check out the details here and GET TO WORK! This will end VERY SOON and I don't want you to miss your chance to win an incredible prize package that I put together especially for the occasion!
I've had some fantastic opportunities to meet some amazing people in the fitnessthis year - and these interviews capture the essence of these conversations, dialogs, etc. I have literally come away from every interview with game changing information. Hope that you enjoy them too - as they are published around the 'net they'll be cataloged here. Right now most of them are related, but who knows what the future may hold! Are you an important person in the strength and fitness ? Have we talked? Do we need to talk? Let me know! Listening to and capturing these insights and experiences has not only been fun, but I've already been incorporating the knowledge into my own training and t