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The ONE Thing…

by GEOFFN January 7, 2011 kettlebell

The first week of the new year is almost over. For some, the exuberance and promise of potential change is wearing off as they face the mundane routines of daily life. Bummer. Here’s the ONE thing you can do and it’s the ONLY thing you need to do in order to achieve your goals – […]

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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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Pain v. Performance: An Interesting Paradox

by GEOFFN January 2, 2010 Uncategorized

Just got back from training where I experienced some very interesting results. I am programming my Olympic lifting training back in. Yesterday I snatched lightly and performed a snatch-based chain. Today, I performed Presses and barbell FSQs. Neither day was anything to write home about performance-wise. But both days felt “interesting.” I felt more solid […]

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