Andrea Du Cane's awesome Kettlebell Goddess Workout DVD (run time: 2 hours, 25 minutes)
Must confess... when I make this ahead, I make a little extra as a snack! It's good hot, it's good cold, it's good today, it's good tommorrow or the next day! It's good marinated for a couple hours or just thrown in the pan! I love it! :)
More info soon, but there will be a lot of fun livestreams happening on Facebook and youtube! Don't miss out! Watch this space as well as's Facebook Page. I'm also going to share some fun rebroadcasts later as well.
For now, check out these fun videos I made for you earlier this week (Burpees theme is unintentional... I dunno why that happened!)
Testing Facebook Live withExercises and Burpees!
Drone Fun (and burpees)!
I'd gotten it into my head that for a few workouts I wanted to do at least 100 swings with the. For my size that sounds like a lot, but it's actually not too bad--after training with for many years and having solid form with swings (which I am still improving...)
Andrea's Blog Post is So Awesome I had to Blog about it and Record a Podcast Too... Kettlebell "Origin Story" and MORE!
Master RKC Andrea Du Cane shared an incredible blog post this past week... its one of those that if I had a time machine, I'd send it right back to 2009! It's a complete plan for prep and it's not just focused on the dreaded Test!
Long ago, when I was a teenager, kids would get together with various musical instruments, take over the family garage or basement and (usually) make a terrible racket. Sometimes decent bands would form this way, or decent enough bands. Though much like the style of exercise many of us do, the value was in the practice, and there might ultimately be no great competition or "performance" at the end of it all. Sure, you might open for some college kids' band, or maybe get to play out at a dive bar, but the real "gains" and experiences seem to happen right there in the garage.
Note that in this case "garage band" is to be taken literally and not meant to reference the Apple program. Not that there's anything wrong with Garage Band, it just doesn't suit this metaphor. Any other Gen-Xers out there who had a musical project (terrible or otherwise)? Tell us about it or link to it in the comments if you dare! :)
Anyway, I'd had quite enough of of computer related work yesterday and had a little bit of time. I chose 4(drums, bass, guitar, keys? HAHA) and decided to throw down a little in the car port.