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Combat Conditioning Athlete of the Year

Part two of the Combat Conditioning Athlete of the Year journey is now up on the site. Find out more about my training and the contest itself. Most importantly what made the difference and allowed me to come out on top. Plus you get to see the trophy.In strength, Logan Christopher  

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Ultimate Royal Court Challenge

Happy Memorial Day. I hope you had a great time this weekend and on this fine holiday. While many take it easy on a holiday, I think it’s an even better time for a hard workout. Maybe even an epic challenge of sorts. There’s a new article on the site dealing one such challenge. This […]

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David Webster on Hand Balancing

Strength historian David Webster wrote this about hand balancing in 1963: “Few physical culturists attracted to balancing have any ambitions to perfect a first class act and top the bill at the variety theatres or on television, this has happened time and time again to fellows who set out to learn a handstand just for […]

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Taking Time Off from Handstands

Every once in a while you need to take a little time off from your training. This could be a few days or a week. Maybe a month while you focus on other goals. This is not a bad thing. Sure, you won’t be making direct progress during that time. But more often than not, […]

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Tumbling Tip to Train Relaxation + A Deadline

Today is the last day you’ll be able to get your hands on the Tumbling Course for the launch price of $49. After midnight tonight (PST), it goes up to $79. I know I’ve been mentioning a lot. But I don’t want someone to come after me in an angry manner because they failed to […]

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The 7 Values of Tumbling by Loken and Willoughby

The past couple days have been crazy. I was amazed at the response to the Tumbling Course. Within a few minutes of putting the page up orders were coming in. The good news is if you’ve bought your copy of the Tumbling Course before today, it is in the mail and on its way. For […]

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Break-thru your Plateau

What do you do when you hit a plateau? Sometimes you just can’t seem to make anymore progress. You know, things were going great and you were progressing quickly then all of a sudden you’re stuck. There are a couple of ways around this. First you can just keep going. Many times if you continue […]

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Cirque du Soleil: Kooza

Went to Cirque du Soleil this past weekend. The shows title was Kooza. As expected I was amazed. But I have to say it even exceeded my expectations. The show is touring through the eastern States now. If it’s coming nearby to you, Go and See It. But the same can be said for any […]

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Yoga’s Scorpion Pose

When I was practicing a bit of my hand balancing last week someone who practiced yoga commented on it and we started a conversation. One balance that she told me about is the Scorpion Pose also known as Vrschikasana. (No, I don’t know how you pronounce that.) For any hand balancer is should not be […]

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Hand Sensitivity for Handstands

Was reading this book on hand dynamics just last night. It talks about some crazy stuff such as a third of our motor brain controlling just the hands. And by the fact that we have hands we are able to manipulate tools and thus build an advanced civilization unlike any other animal. When you think […]

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