Posts from tag exercise

  • A Swiss Ball and a Kettlebell

    Happy Monday and welcome back to my blog/vlog. This week’s blog is a mix of exercises that you can use with a kettlebell (thanks Eleiko!) or medicine ball while sitting on a Swiss ball. Here are a couple of important […]

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  • Single Leg Lifting

    Happy Monday! I know some of you really enjoy more of the simpler, exercise stuff and less of the deep, lovey-dovey and gooey spiritual development stuff, so… This week’s vlog is here to nourish the exercise part of your soul, […]

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  • The Wisdom of Exercise Consistency

    Should you push yourself to do your exercise program if you really don’t feel like it? How important is it to be consistent with your exercise? When do you “give yourself a day off” when it is supposed to be […]

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  • Releasing The Abdominal Wall With a Foam Roller

    Happy Monday everybody! Despite what I’ve been preaching for a long time, people still have a massive love affair with crunches and other sorts of abdominal exercises. Too often, you’ll see people walking around with their abs flexed and thinking […]

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  • Length Force Relationships and the Biceps Curl

    This week, I’d like to talk about something I’ve touched on, maybe once or twice in the past few years on my blog. It’s a concept I learned from Jerry Telle, an exercise scientist I worked with years ago. In […]

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  • Tips For Grips

    This week, I want to share a few tips about grips, particularly when you’re doing pulling exercises like lat pulldowns and chin-ups. (These tips can also be applied to other types of pulling too.) Looking at the shoulder complex, we […]

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