First off, if you haven’t already read this really great experience article about kettlebells and tai chi, please do! And while you might think the info doesn’t apply to you, think again. Allison’s experience is by no means isolated. As someone 50+, she was able to regain a lot of health and vitality from her kettlebell practice and enjoy her passion for taiji all the more. Check out Allison’s article on Dragon Door by clicking here. Regardless what you’re into, you want to be able to enjoy it for your whole life — if that’s a sport, hobby, etc. Smart training with kettlebells can make that happen.
Interviews you may have missed:
- RKC Team Leader Robert Miller (on Navy Rescue Swimming and Training, Personal Training, kettlebells, and his training philosophy)
- RKC Team Leader Aaron Pierson (on his work with EMS and how his training/lifestyle fit together)
- RKC-II Rob Exline (on using RKC techniques at his CrossFit gym, nutrition, and getting maximum results for clients)
I also like this type of cutting method for using raw kale in salads, remove the stem of course as no matter how small you cut it, it’s going to be a bit too fibrous to enjoy checking. Below is an example quick salad — about 1 cup of chiffonade cut raw curly kale, a big scoop of previously marinated red cabbage (from last night – just uses red wine vinegar, salt and pepper), an avocado, some walnuts, a light drizzle of olive oil and some red wine vinegar. Pretty light and with a lot of nutrition. What you see below has long since been eaten!