general warm up (10 minutes) kettlebell figure 8’s to hold x 30 reps double kettlebell cleans x 15 reps resistance band Sumo high pulls x 15 reps leg lifts x 20 reps specific warm up (5 minutes) stone loading set up and practice strength (20 minutes) stone** loading x 3-3-3-3-3 reps **Note: substitute a kegContinue reading “Cave Strong-training of the day (TOD) #372”
Category Archives: hard work
Dewussifying our culture, one person at a time
I have often said that weakness invites aggression. In nature, the strong eat the weak and the fast eat the slow. Why do people think they are exempt from this cycle of nature? The “popular” culture is just the opposite. Excellence, winning, and being first are shunned. The people are mainly soft, fat, and weak,Continue reading “Dewussifying our culture, one person at a time”
Excellence in training is achieved by doing what others won’t
You hear the phrase, “Do what you love!” pretty often. It’s popular and safe and cushy. However, that is not the path to progress. Doing what must be done is what gets results, whether you love it at the moment or not. Force of will is needed to do what you just don’t feel likeContinue reading “Excellence in training is achieved by doing what others won’t”
How strong can you get with maces and clubs?
In this simple, outdoor setting this guy works up to 50kg for reps with gadas (maces). That amount of weight on a barbell is no big deal, but when you are swinging it around your head, it’s almost impossible. It can be done though, watch this guy in action!
Tomorrow we kick off a week of Strongman training & heavy partial lifts
No one gets strong by accident! If you don’t want to lift heavy, don’t come in.
The “Dad bod” –an excuse to justify being out of shape
I have read a number of articles about the “Dad bod” and I was disappointed to see yet another step downward for men in our nation. Men used to be strong because they had to be just to get through a grueling days of manual labor. Strength is still required today for those fighting theContinue reading “The “Dad bod” –an excuse to justify being out of shape”
A job well done
None of us are as smart as all of us
I heard this quote years ago and I don’t remember who first said it, but it is very true. Did you ever notice how those who are successful in any field are the ones who seem to always be hungry to learn more? Take the field of strength and conditioning, for instance. Basically you haveContinue reading “None of us are as smart as all of us”