Normally I'm the one asking the questions, so you can imagine how fun (and such an honor) it was to be a guest on the GMB (Gold Medal Bodies) Podcast this past week. And in a very fun coincidence, the inteview I conducted with Kirsty Grosart for DragonDoor.com also came out around the same time! You may remember Kirsty from an earlier episode of my podcast a few months ago too.
New Podcast! Adrienne and Co-Host Dr. Chad Eldridge Discuss Two VERY Cool Recent Events! Get the Scoop!
It's been a BLAST to add Dr. Chad Eldridge as the official Co-Host of the GiryaGirl.com Podcast (at least that's how it will be until we can come up with a new name/platform etc. for it.) This episode is a little shorter, but packed with info as both of us attended different, but extremely cool events last weekend. I set a timer during the recording (it's silent, thankfully) so that we would get close to equal time talking about both of these events. I was a judge for the very cool K.E.T.T.L.E. PRT competition in Chicago, Illinois. This unique event is the creation of Senior RKC Robert Miller and RKC Team Leader Katie Petersen. I will be writing a very detailed article about this event, but for a sort of sneak preview, listen to this ! Chad went to a FRC (Functional Range Conditioning) certification at the Academy in Austin, TX. You'll want to hear about the details of this fascinating system. I'm pretty darn intrigued!
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Fantastic to be featured on the PCC blog again yesterday with an experiment that you may remember started here. I've detailed more of what happened and added two sample deload workouts. Be sure to also read the comments over there for some very fun Q+A, including a part where a top commenter over there and I have a fairly indepth discussion about signs and signals the body has when we are working on something that is neurologically intense.
Dear Northern Friends,
Sorry to gloat about the good weather we are having this weekend, but it was so nice outside today that a friend and I decided to walk to a nearby park and set up our slacklines. The very cool thing was also realizing that the next time, we could pick up picnic items on the way and really turn it into a day long outdoor fun time. Can't complain about how it turned out though, and because I remembered that there were 2 additional pedestrian entry points to the park, the walk there was even more fun. Walking through nature trails to reach slackline-friendly areas was a LOT than just streets and sidewalks...