Strength: noun. the ability to overcome.

February 2010

Sometimes The Goofy Stuff Works

by GEOFFN February 28, 2010 Strength

I’ve been very “non-Party” in my strength training methods lately. I’ve been using reps in the 10-20 range for non-ballistic exercises. In fact, I must confess, I even like them. There, I said it. But really, it’s not the exercise or the rep range – it’s the outcome, or the result. I’ve struggled to keep […]

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The “Law” of Training Results, Part 2

by GEOFFN February 25, 2010 Philosophy

In my last post, I shared the first part of the Law of Training Results, which is really the Law of Compensation. The first part, the Law of Sowing and Reaping, was simply that whatever you plant (sow), you harvest (reap). Part two is similar, but much more powerful. It should, when fully understood, make […]

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The “Law” of Training Results, Part 1

by GEOFFN February 23, 2010 Philosophy

There’s a lot of talk lately about training results. And that’s a great thing. It’s getting people excited about training again. But really, there is nothing magical or mystical about getting results from your training. To get results from your training, you must simply follow the Law of Compensation, which is comprised of three parts. […]

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It’s That Time of Year Again…

by GEOFFN February 17, 2010 Kettlebells

I can’t believe it’s been almost five years. Time flies, whether you’re having fun or not. For the most part, it’s been fun. I made my decision on pretty much two things: Out of sheer frustration And a chance to make new friends of like mind and be a part of a bigger community Out […]

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The Most Underrated Exercise?

by GEOFFN February 16, 2010 Movement

At a certain point, I’ve got to wonder when, if ever, I will get tired of “discovering” new (old?) tricks, tips, and methodologies for my programming. Lately, I’ve been focusing on Get Up based exercises/movements and anything that helps that particular movement. I came up with a series of exercises last month that were literally […]

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