21 Kettlebell Workouts from Master RKC Dan John, Valuable Programming Tips, and What to Do After Your HKC Workshop!
Just a quick note here for you to check out's new post on the Blog. Basically he outlines the importance and power of the one-day workshop for trainers, instructors, coaches, and yes even serious fitness enthusiasts!
Then he goes on to describe 20 days of workouts to be done after theexperience to really help cement the training, understanding, and to bring about some very positive physical changes too.
Want to attend an Click here to register for the San Jose RKC in February of 2016.workshop led by Master ?
Exciting Stuff! New Interview with Master RKC Dan John, a Monkey Bar Monday Video, and a Free Productivity Tool!
There's always too much to talk about! First of all, just got back from the first ever It's so new that there aren't new ones to sign up for yet! Will keep you posted. But this past weekend was a giant success and the people who showed up were just fantastic. Here's Al Kavadlo's recap blog post so you can see some of the cool photos from the event too.(Strength Calisthenics Certification) Workshop in NYC. The is a new 1 day, jam-packed with info calisthenics workshop and certification from .
In other news, also last weekend, the brand new interview with Master RKC Dan John came out! It was great to interview him again, especially since so much has happened since our first interview years ago. There's a lot of great ideas, training philosophy, Dan-John-isms and of course several good chuckles in there too. Rememeber, "Keep the goal the goal."
Happy #MonkeyBarMonday everyone! For some of you who have seen the preview on, here's the whole thing... including the "spiders" obstacle.
While I am not in the least bit afraid of spiders (and at one point had about seven pet tarantulas) I am not about to just shove my hand through a spiderweb with the spider sitting in it looking right at me. HAHAHA!
Also after a hectic (but productive) week, I spent a fair amount of time slacklining. It's been a while since I have, mainly due to time and mostly due to nasty weather as rain and muddy ground is not conducive to a good time for Slacklining.
First off, in case it is not completely obvious, I really enjoy and am grateful for what I get to eat. I am also very grateful to have as few compromises as possible to deal with when buying, selecting, and preparing meals. At this point, it is difficult for me to understand why someone would complain about "having to eat healthy" or being upset about not eating fast food or cupcakes or whatever. While this new article on Dragon Door from Senior RKC Dr. Chris Holder is about our attitudes toward training, I think that this same approach may also work well for people struggling to make a transition towards eating better. Please give it a read!
So... here's how I cook and also partially prepare food for the next few days all at once... without it being really much of a chore. Please understand, that at the end of the week the simple task of cooking can be very welcome. I realize not everyone enjoys this, but if you do, and you're cooking for only 1-3 people, then this is a really easy way to get a lot done in a small amount of time (while snacking).
Those of you who are already subscribed to the GiryaGirlTV Youtube channel may have already seen these videos when I uploaded them a few days ago...