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Morning is the time I get the most done. Upon waking I’ve come to follow a routine that’s become fairly automatic:
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Over the years many clients and friends have asked me how I keep doing… whatever it is I’m doing, particularly in the realm of training for Kettlebell Sport competitions. I think they imagine that I jump out of bed each morning before the alarm, at the crack of dawn, to go out running, then to the gym for a lifting session and then home for a protein-rich meal. All before 7am!
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One of the many ways we’ve developed as humans is by using the tools of comparison. It’s an inevitable and innate part of our humanity and truly unavoidable.
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A fitness class in a warm room or run on a hot day doesn't necessarily equate with more calories or fat burned, unfortunately
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The Kettlebell Snatch is quite deceiving; it looks fairly simple, but as any lifter can attest, progressing to heavier loads for prolonged sets can get tricky. Traditional Kettlebell Sport involves a 10-minute set with one hand change, at the pace dictated by the lifter. Slight adjustments to technique can make a significant difference in endurance and efficiency, allowing the lifter to get better results.
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Our bones are living metabolic tissue. Here are some proven ways to keep your bones strong and healthy -
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In June of 2016 I had a full left hip replacement at the age of 50. Many people naturally associate joint replacement surgery with advanced age, but it’s not uncommon to hear stories of younger individuals in their 30s also needing the procedure for various reasons.
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Your days are busy with work, kids, your spouse or partner, meetings, deadlines, workouts and myriad other urgent issues. You often don’t have time for the kind of rest that leads to rejuvenation, but here are two of my favorite habits to restore energy during your day -
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