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Man Quits Using Kettlebells – Loses 15lbs. The “How And Why”…

by GEOFFN November 22, 2011 kettlebell workouts

I really appreciate reader and customer emails because it gives me feedback on what you’re struggles are and then helps me provide you with the solution. Here’s an email I got yesterday from Todd. I’ve posted it in its entirety so you can see the context. And the reason I’m doing it is because this […]

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The 2 Best Bodyweight Exercise To Add To Your Kettlebell Workouts

by GEOFFN October 6, 2011 kettlebell exercises

I’ve written pretty extensively over the last 4 to 6 months about the benefits of bodyweight training. In fact, I just finished up about 4 months of almost exclusively bodyweight training – centered around pull-up varations, pistols, and parallel dips. I’ve gotta tell you, I haven’t felt this good in a long, long time. I […]

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“What Program Should I Do Next?” – The Real Answer.

by GEOFFN March 31, 2011 kettlebell

3 Simple Steps To Help You Decide Which Direction To Take I often get asked that question and it’s one of the most common questions I see on the kettlebell forums. Let me help you out by putting this in perspective by sharing with you EXACTLY what I am trying to accomplish with my training, […]

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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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