The Five P’s of Kettlebell Training

We’ve become so concerned with how much we move that we’ve forgotten to ask ourselves how well we move. In “chasing the burn” and falling for exercise fads, we’ve forgotten that there is pleasure in moving well.

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Hard(ly) Work(ing) – Why a Lazy Streak is the Key to Success in Sport and Life

 I don’t believe success is achieved in a Rocky Balboa montage of blood, sweat, and tears. The path to success is far more sober, humane, calculated and consistent over time. Patience. Long term focus. Consistency. Little by little. Progressive. Stress management. Rest and recovery. Most people will read these words and agree that they are … Continue reading Hard(ly) Work(ing) – Why a Lazy Streak is the Key to Success in Sport and Life

Save Time and Get Fit! The Beginner’s Guide to Run Commuting

  Running long distances as fast as you can requires commitment. In the build-up to my sub-three-hour marathon in 2014, I learned that a fast marathon meant putting in miles. Lots and lots of them!   That year, I put in many 130 kilometer weeks. Over the course of the year, I ran over 5,000 … Continue reading Save Time and Get Fit! The Beginner’s Guide to Run Commuting