I sure love my group at the Coyote Point Kettlebell Club. We trained on Thursday this week and had a lot of new people. We were going to do the “Humane Burpee” with Pull Ups, but SteveO (Steve Ledbetter) added a simple idea: “Let’s do Suitcase Carries so we can do all five human movements.”….
(Quick note: I had someone mention that they couldn’t find the original of this piece. Here is a follow up, that I may or may not have posted here on my blog. This is part of my “Intervention Toolkit.”) Everybody assesses and, as my friend Wil Heffernan says it, “if you ain’t assessing, you’re guessing.”….
The Four Steps As noted before, in terms of “popularity,” the five basic human movements from the Strength Coach’s perspective are in this order: 1. Push 2. Pull 3. Hinge 4. Squat 5. Loaded Carry However, in terms of simple impact, the ability to be a “game changer” to an athlete, this is the order:….
I read some real idiots discussing “why this won’t work.” Of course, like Mike Boyle tells me, they are probably 14 year old boys training “hardcore” in Wisconsin or whatever. Tim did something different…he tried it! Tim’s Blog Tim was my partner at CK FMS and he is an upcoming guy in this field…pay attention….
Even “Easier Strength” Years ago, when I first met Pavel, he challenged me to do a “40 Day Workout.” I followed his simple instructions to a “T:” “For the next forty workouts, pick five lifts. Do them every workout. Never miss a rep, in fact, never even get close to struggling. Go as light as….