Category Archives: Fitness Philosophy

A Week of Hotel Workouts: How to Thrive Without Kettlebells

Traveling can throw a wrench in your training plans. But it doesn’t have to be that way. What do you do when you don’t have access to all your training equipment? One of the things that I like about training … Continue reading

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General Principles of Exercise Programming and My January Kettlebell Workouts

All of our New Year’s resolutions have now been tested for a month. How are yours going? I’m on the fitness wagon, but wrestled long in December about which program I would undertake for the remaining winter months. But it’s … Continue reading

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How to Get Started with Kettlebells

I love kettlebells. I love their versatility, utility, and even their value. I love that they take up a tiny corner of my home office and have proven more useful for my fitness than all of the free weights in … Continue reading

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Maintenance Mode: Maintaining Your Fitness

Let’s face it: not all seasons are created equal. Some seasons of the year (of life?) are well-suited for fitness progress. Others are well-suited for fitness maintenance. For many of us, much of the year is spent in a groove, … Continue reading

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Why Kettlebells Are Better than Barbells: Practicality

  We continue today with our debate about which is better (if we can call it a debate), and this is my second installment. Before I move on, keep in mind that when we ask which is better between kettlebells … Continue reading

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