Monthly Archive:: August 2015

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Pullup, Lunge, Swing “Fun”isher

I hate lunge jumps so naturally I have to include them in workouts from time to time. If you don’t like a certain exercise that’s usually a pretty good indication that you should be doing more of it to get better at it. Or maybe I’m just

The Complications of the Minimum Effective Dose Principle

An interesting concept has crept into the fitness industry in recent years that seems to go against the traditional “Eat less, move more” dogma we’ve been ingrained with. That is the concept of the minimum effective dose (MED), which was popularized in Timothy Ferriss’ bestseller, The Four

Bodyweight + Swing “Fun”isher

I’ve got a very cool workout finisher for you today. It combines several basic bodyweight movements with kettlebell swings in a pretty unique setup. I definitely had fun with one, but it definitely wasn’t easy.  Here’s how I set it up: 2 rounds, 3:00 each, rest 30s

The Dangers of Artificial Sweetener Use

KB Complex + Jumping “Fun”isher

While I’ve been digging the kettlebell complexes lately I decided to mix things up a little bit this week by adding a plyometric move in between. In my case I used box jumps, but you could use anything from broad jumps to tuck jumps or whatever strikes

Five Reasons to Walk Everyday

Another KB Complex “Fun”isher

If I haven’t said it before I love kettlebell complexes. They can be used in a variety of ways during the workout but using them as a finisher is one of my favorite ways to incorporate them. So of course that’s what I did today. The setup

Why Intermittent Fast?

I hate diets. I’ve tried far too many of them over the years, with varying levels of success. So when I first heard of Intermittent Fasting (referred to as IF from here on out) I was intrigued, mainly because it focused on when you eat as opposed

A Guide on Dietary Fat