Strength: noun. the ability to overcome.

February 2011

How To Out-Snatch A Donut, Part 2

by GEOFFN February 28, 2011 Strength

In my last post we talked about the first way you could literally outsnatch a donut – here it is again for those who might have missed it – Eat as many whole, organic, natural foods as possible, focusing primarily on lean red meat, poultry, fish (especially cold water fish), berries, fruits, and vegetables. The […]

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The #1 Thing I Can Do Right Now To Help You Out

by GEOFFN February 24, 2011 Philosophy

Every once in awhile, you have a day that really stands out. Something major happens and it really influences your thinking, your actions, and, well – you. Yesterday was one of those days for me. You might be able to relate. Here’s what happened. I had 3 very important conversations – and the last one […]

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How To Outsnatch A Donut, Part 1

by GEOFFN February 23, 2011 kettlebell workouts

I’ve recently re-engaged my love for eating. For years I had suppressed it and viewed eating as something mechanical – food, after all, is just energy. Viewing it as such became a means to an end – achieving a lean, strong, muscular body. In college though, it was much different. Eating was almost a sport. […]

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Rethinking “Fitness” – Industry Trends and Loading Parameters

by GEOFFN February 22, 2011 Philosophy

Rethinking “Fitness” I got to spend this past weekend in Alexandria, VA where I was invited to present at the IDEA Personal Trainer Institute – an annual convention geared toward presenting the latest, greatest fitness/health/strength & conditioning ideas to personal trainers interested in becoming more highly skilled professionals. On Friday, I presented for 3 hours […]

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Kettlebell Workouts – The Forgotten Key to Success

by GEOFFN February 17, 2011 kettlebell workouts

When I was younger I used to train “all out” – “full throttle” – and all those other cliches. I thought that the harder I worked in each and every workout (which is what I called them then) the faster I would get the results I wanted. And it worked – for a little while. […]

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