Saturday, December 24, 2011

Breakfast and sprinting

Those who know me, know that I rarely eat breakfast (for numerous reasons). But I must say, if you are to eat breakfast...I suggest a whole avocado, four pieces of bacon and four whole scrambled eggs. POWER and SUSTENANCE.

I did some sprinting today with the dogs in the snow. Gave it a whirl barefoot and though it was a bit cold, it never got to the point of being intolerable. I only noticed the cold on my feet once I stopped moving...

I also managed to start another fire sans matches/lighter. I am getting good at this. I want to get to the point where I can do this without a striker. All in good time.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Captains of Crush #3

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The most tissue change seems to occur (and last) through volume. This and testing movements is what allowed me to reach this goal. I have been into grip strength for some time but I never really had a focused attack on grippers.

The video was taken after about (according to my training log) nine weeks of gripper training. No overloading, no internal focus, no weird figure eighteen mobility work, no effort/tension, no cycling, no periodization, no programs, no advice from broken people who can't even close respectable grippers.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Back in the Saddle

It has been over three years since the last post here. Many transitions have occurred in that time period.

I have moved four times. I have completely changed my training philosophies. I have affiliated myself with new organizations. But what has the constant been? Better.

My training has progressed like it never has before. By continuing to keep an open mind and questioning everything I learn, I have become...you got it, better.

One size fits all methodologies will never endure the test of time. Whether it be training methods, diets, government, religion, technologies...whatever the hell. Everything works for a while. I'm sure those goddamn shake weights may even work for a time.

Those of you who have followed this blog in the past, we are back. The content will be new, progressive and open. My hope is to ruffle as many feathers as possible and to have every person who comes here question me and their own philosophies.

"Better is our birthright." fF

Monday, August 25, 2008

Training

8/25 Training (SJM):

1x10 ftw sq @ 32kg
1x5 ftw ohs @ pvc

1x5/5 alt kb tgu @ 32kg
1x5/5 1h kb sw @ 32kg
1x5/5 1h kb c+p @ 24kg
1x5 double kb fs @ two 32kg's

4x4/4, 6x3/3 1h kb sn on the min for 10 min @ 32kg (68 reps total)

Friday, August 22, 2008

32kg BUP TGU: Back By Popular Demand

I've had a few requests to re-post my 32kg bottoms-up TGU. I will make it simple (for me): Just go to the blog archive, scroll down and select 6/22-6/29, then go down about five posts to the second video. Enjoy.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Training

8/20 Training (SJM):

jm-shoulders, neck, thoracic
1x10 ftw sq @ 32kg
1x5 ftw ohs @ pvc

2x5 double kb fp @ two 32kg's

1x4/4, 9x3/3 1h kb sn on the min for 10 min @ 32kg (62 reps total)

Training

8/19 Training (SJM):

1x10 ftw sq @ 32kg
1x5 ftw ohs @ pvc

7min alt tgu @ 32kg

Notes: It was a busy and hectic day today. I had but a mere seven minutes to spare and I decided to plug in some getups. Back to real training tomorrow!