An old time exercise from bodybuilders in the 60’s and 70’s has been nearly forgotten, but I plan to keep that from happening. Many people seem to scoff at it and say it’s bad for shoulders. I laugh at them! Are you kidding me! You’ll do kipping pullups and 1000 rep pushups or squats and […]
So I’ve been working on an idea for a superhero themed workout program over the Winter and it’s finally available to anyone in person at 2 select gyms in Westchester NY: Prana Fitness, in West Harrison, and Pinebrook Fitness, in New Rochelle. It’s called The SHAZAM! Workout Program.
We’re all pressed for time these days so working out shouldn’t be time consuming and it should be as efficient as possible. That’s what I had in mind with the following shoulder and arm workout. You can perform this workout as a stand alone workout for arms or as a finishing touch to your push/chest WOD.
Working can destroy your health unless you do something outside of it to compensate!
Did you know that the average American walks 2.5 miles a day or about 5000 […]
If you’ve been following me you know that I’m entering in the Spartan Sprint Race at Citifield in
April. I’ve been awful about training specifically for this event but I did manage to get in a stair climbing workout. Citifield has lot’s of stairs and the […]
I’ve been posting a lot of videos about some advanced exercises and equipment that may not be available to the mainstream. Sorry if any of you have felt left out! Here’s a full body TRX workout that anyone can perform at home, at the gym or just […]
Steel clubs, like the ones from Onnit Academy, are a modern variation on an ancient type of fitness equipment from Persia and surrounding areas around 2000 years ago. They were used by wrestlers and soldiers to enhance their overall strength, endurance and speed for competing and for better weapon management in battle.
Benefits of Steel Club Training:
Steel club […]
According to Wikipedia:
“The gada (Sanskrit: गदा gadā, Malay: gedak) is a blunt mace or club from India. Made either of wood or metal, it consists essentially of a spherical head mounted on a shaft, with a spike on the top. Outside India, the gada was also adopted […]
Recently I’ve been experiencing tendonitis in my elbow due to over-training. Not entirely by choice but rather the effects of me performing more classes and embarking on both bouldering and Gekken, which is a free form Japanese sword fighting practice; both of which my forearms were […]