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Which Set and Rep Scheme is Best?

Got a couple of questions around the same topic: “I would be interested in suggested set/rep strategies for different goals using body weight exercises. I am currently working my way to a 100 push-up set. I’ve been adjusting sets, reps, and rest. I’m reading about conflicting strategies. i.e. 3-9 sets throughout the day, everyday, in […]

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Single Snatch Set of PRs

When you have a goal, you generally cannot pursue it in a straight line. If it’s a big goal, it’ll need to be aimed at through several paths. This is true in training as well as much else. One of the ways that I’m pursuing my beast snatch test goal, is through different versions of […]

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Beast Snatch Progress

As you likely know if you’ve been paying attention, my main training goal right now is snatching the 48kg or 106 lb. kettlebell 100 times in ten minutes. When I initially conceived of this goal, I thought I’d be able to make short work of it. I proved to be mistaken. Very mistaken. This has […]

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Progressive Eating

Yesterday, we discussed my plans to gain some muscle to help with my training goal, and how you might want to gain or shed the weight for your goals. (If you missed that you can find it on the blog here.) If gaining some muscle helps you, then training is one part of the equation. […]

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Mass with Kettlebells

I’m putting on some muscle. I’ve known I should do this for a while, but I’m finally doing it. Why? Because adding some muscle to my frame will help me hit my main goal with the beast snatch test. What about for your goals? Recently, fasting over the new year and traveling (I know some […]

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Don’t Make ANY Resolutions for 2015

With the New Year on the horizon lots of people are thinking about their resolutions. Are you? I’m not…but let me explain. New Year’s resolutions are notorious for failure. Something like 95% of people don’t keep their “resolutions” beyond January. For many its not even two weeks. Why would you want to be attached to something […]

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Are you hitting your training goals?

This is an important question to ask. Are you hitting your training goals? If you are then great, keep doing what you’re doing. If not, then something is wrong and something needs to be changed. Everyone promises you that you’ll add inches to your biceps, pounds to your squat, and able to do complex gymnastic […]

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Podcast: My 2013 Training Goals

In this podcast I discuss setting goals for the New Year and what my specific training goals are for this year.

What are my training goals for 2013? Public commitment as a double edged sword. The positive and negative sides to this tool. The difference in planning for a strength feat versus a skill […]

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