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Free….it doesn’t happen often…not labeled “paid content”

By at October 29, 2014 | 12:57 pm | 0 Comment

FREE – does not mean “valueless” A free view, for those who have frequented my site anonymously or publically I thank you. The content that those of you enjoy reading comes at a price to me : 1.  45 years of training during my life to put the pieces together that I attempt to boil

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Becoming a Blur…in a good way

By at October 28, 2014 | 9:48 pm | 0 Comment

One practice completed, reviewed, notated and looking forward to the only the next one. 10/24 TRX Mobility Complex – alternating 10 100lb swings between each exercise….knock out two birds with one stone and the planking supports the swing form. Calves – 15,30,25 toe press w 400, 5,5,5, w 2,3,4, 45’s seated Erectors – hyperextensions starting

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Categotries : Training Log

Learning to Practice Better

By at October 23, 2014 | 7:58 pm | 0 Comment

“Practice don’t workout.” 45 years of barbell “practice”, endless rounds of “How much ya Bench?”, “What’s your military press ?” – some habits after literally 1,000 of repetitions have to be scraped out at the bone marrow level. In the military they break you down, then rebuild you.  Same concept. As I always review where

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Categotries : Training Log

But You Did….and I thank You

By at October 15, 2014 | 8:08 pm | 0 Comment

10/11 – The Brettzel clean up Hip needs to be always flat on the floor prior to laying back Grounded Hip and Shoulder must form a straight line from the knee of the grounded hip, through the hip, torso to the shoulder – this is my setup position “stacked” Grab rear foot and layback, relax

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Categotries : Blog , Training Log

Pushing up Daisies, My “Snatch” and More Core

By at October 11, 2014 | 12:19 pm | 0 Comment

The Squat – there are all types and as one improves frequently I see a ray of sunshine in another version….such was the case today. Taking what I learned from my Swing practice and bringing it over to the Squat.  Each swing has a lesson to teach and each version of the Squat has a

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Categotries : Blog , Training Log

Strength that Reaches

By at October 9, 2014 | 5:51 pm | 0 Comment

Being a big dinosaur that cannot move ultimately means starving to death. Strength that does not reach due to lack of sufficient mobility or an inability to continue is useless. Predators don’t stand still, they stalk and when they strike normally there is no escape. Entrenching myself in a 6 month program designed to extend

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Categotries : Strength , Training Log

StrongFirst Blog Post – Maximizing Your Certification in Year 1

By at October 2, 2014 | 6:59 pm | 0 Comment

Quite the surprise !  Humbled to be featured and have the opportunity to give back a small portion of what has been given to me. That principle of giving back was a topic of discussion at the Salt Lake City SFG Level I and discussed in detail by Master Instructor, Dan John. I have tried

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Categotries : Blog , Continuous Learning / Self Development , Health, Strength, Kettlebells, Nutrition, & Fitness , Strength

House of Strength – Roanoke, VA Podcast Link with Ryan Munsey

By at October 2, 2014 | 6:54 pm | 0 Comment

This is Part I of what will be a 2 Part Series…..we have more material to cover.   http://houseofstrengthgym.com/hos-podcast-24-russ-moon-spirulina-kettlebells/

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Categotries : Continuous Learning / Self Development , Health, Strength, Kettlebells, Nutrition, & Fitness , Strength

You Pay the Price for your Decisions

By at September 16, 2014 | 8:40 pm | 0 Comment

I made some mistakes that cost me. Gained some scar tissue that will serve as a reminder and an education that I will leverage the rest of my life. God is in control and everything that happens is by his hand. Emerging a little more savvy, a little more “experienced”, a little harder to fool

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Categotries : Strength

Tuning into yourself to eliminate the “noise”

By at September 11, 2014 | 6:08 pm | 0 Comment

If you were manually tuning the FM radio in your vehicle and you heard a song you liked would you listen to the song as it was (including the static hiss) OR would you turn the dial just a little to get the best signal (eliminate the hiss) ? As fast as the cars race

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Categotries : Blog , Continuous Learning / Self Development , Health, Strength, Kettlebells, Nutrition, & Fitness , Strength