Andrea Du Cane's awesome Kettlebell Goddess Workout DVD (run time: 2 hours, 25 minutes)
Yesterday, celebrated reaching over 60,000 likes on their official Facebook page by offering free shipping for the contiguous USA on everything for 24hrs only. Hopefully you were able to take advantage of this offer—I did notice that readers of GiryaGirl.com did seem to take action pretty quick, judging from your clicks!!! I also noticed that many of you were VERY smart and used this as an opportunity to order some seriously heavy .
Yesterday's small group workout was designed with heavy swings in mind to further celebrate this free shipping theme (sorry delivery drivers... it's going to be a rough for you). So if you have ordered something big and heavy, or you have some big and heavyhandy, this simple workout might be fun -- or use it as a template to create your own (and share it with us in the comments below if you don't mind)
The 2nd Ever Progressive Calisthenics Certification Workshop Recap, Logan Christopher Podcast, Mental Stuff
This past weekend was the 2nd everworkshop, and once again it was a fantastic experience. The attendees were incredibly accomplished and really soaked up and applied everything we threw at them. As always it's a sheer joy to support and help Al and --their enthusiasm is infectious. The volume of the weekend helps to justify some pretty awesome dinners too. At one point I remember telling the group that they had literally done 2-3 WEEKS worth of clutch flag and practice in one day -- and Al was quick to add that some of the participants had also made 2-3 weeks worth of progress at that time too.
Curious about the Click here for a link to the list of all upcoming PCC workshops.?
The answer of course is a love of PCC (Progressive Calisthenics Certification) Workshop, and I'm still honestly just reeling in joy with how well it went. We all had high expectations - as instructors, as participants etc. But I can safely say that everyone's expectations were exceeded. I was honored to be an instructor (as a Team Leader) along with , , and Steven Low. When a workshop is brand new like this, you never really know how it's going to go until you start it up. It was very clear as soon as we got going that this one was going to blow the roof off. Al and Danny set a tone of friendly leadership that was so natural that it was a sheer joy to support them. I told Al at one of our instructor meeting dinners (we may have collectively eaten a small farm over the weekend, by the way. There might be a lamb shortage in MN for a few weeks) that with the leadership tone he set, helping to instruct the highly motivated group felt nearly effortless. Order was easily maintained because everyone really wanted the info. Not to mention all the highly valuable comments, cues, and experiences which were contributed by the participants themselves. I'm confident to say that EVERYONE, myself included has come away from this weekend a better instructor than just a few days ago.! This past weekend was the first ever
Most but not all of you may know about 's new blogs - the RKC Blog and the Progressive Calisthenics Blog. Both are still fairly new, but the articles are varied and often very relevant to most people who love these modes of training. I've even found tips which have helped greatly with some of my clients. Its also a great resource to send your advanced clients to as well. Often an all-star cast of characters including authors show up to comm