Strength: noun. the ability to overcome.


Reconsidering Strength

by GEOFFN May 17, 2011 Philosophy

What is Strength? I’ve considered it many times before, and I still like “my” definition – The ability to overcome. With regards to physical strength, who is strong? That’s obviously relative to the goals of the individual. How about a Powerlifter who can squat 1000+ lbs? Very strong. If he can’t do a 1-arm Chin-up, […]

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The Four Pillars of Power Production

by GEOFFN March 9, 2011 kettlebell workouts

Bigger. Faster. Stronger. More. That’s what we’re always striving for, whether it’s our kettlebell workouts or our chosen sport – doesn’t matter. Here’s a little interview I did with my good buddy Brett Jones, Master RKC, and all-round  in which we discover exactly how to achieve just that – Bigger -Faster-Stronger-More. It’s called “The 4 […]

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Real v. Self-Imposed Limitations

by GEOFFN September 7, 2010 Philosophy

Have you ever wondered what your true limitations are? Have you ever wanted to really find them? I don’t suggest you do, but if you want to, compete in a sport. It’ll tell you a lot about what you think you can do, versus what you actually can do, and then you’ll have a map […]

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“I’m Finished!”

by GEOFFN September 3, 2010 Kettlebells

At least that’s how you may feel after these types of training sessions. 5 Ways To Successfully Mix Kettlebells And Barbells – Part 3. 3. Finishers What is a “finisher?” It’s something you do at the end of your workout/training for a variety of reasons, such as metabolic conditioning, mental toughness, fat loss, general conditioning, […]

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Again?? A Quick Training Update…

by GEOFFN September 2, 2010 Strength

Yup, I’m at it again. I’m back training for Oly. (And hypertrophy…) I have unfinished business. And business is good. Right now, if I had to enter a meet tomorrow, I could easily Snatch 120kg and Jerk 150kg. (Easily Power Cleaned 130kg for a double. Nothing to write home about, but it’s been a couple […]

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