BONNI LONDON, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Bonni London began her career as a personal trainer in New York City in the early 1990’s, motivating and challenging people to achieve their health and fitness goals. During this time, she realized her passion for nutrition and acquired her Master’s in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. She has provided nutritional services as anContinue reading “Bad eating habits during the shutdown?”
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Cave Strong-training of the day (TOD)
general warm up (10 minutes) weight plate orbits x 20 reps Adex club lateral pull overs x 10/10 reps Adex mace “10-to-2” x 20 competition reps rear walking lunges x 100 feet elevated pike push ups x 10 reps specific warm up (5 minutes) bench press set up and light reps strength (20 minutes) benchContinue reading “Cave Strong-training of the day (TOD)”
Does nature punish the specialist?
One of the statements that caught my attention when I first found CrossFit in 2004 was that nature punishes the specialist. Over the years I have learned from numerous coaches and athletes who are very accomplished in their respective sports, whether it is Powerlifting, Strongman, Underground, Olympic Weightlifting, CrossFit and more. In the overall schemeContinue reading “Does nature punish the specialist?”
Simple strength circuit
Combining basic strength-building exercises is a good alternative for circuit training. We did one at our Iron Brotherhood Mens Weightlifting Club yesterday.
16 Tabata intervals
Tabata intervals–bodyweight/Airdyne bike/dumbbell/rower http://cavestrong.net from Frank DiMeo on Vimeo.
Upcoming events at the Cave
quarterly strength test starts March 30 Every 3 months we test our crew on five different lifts, the tests are conducted throughout the week squat deadlift bench press clean (replaces hang power clean) strict press (replaces Strongman log lift) summer body & brawn contest starts April 1 (men & women) Note: This is not justContinue reading “Upcoming events at the Cave”
How my nutrition is set up
I run the Cave as a “strength-based” coaching center. I believe in lifting heavy and that strength drives all human movement. I eat a lot of grass-fed beef, organic eggs, free-range meats, and wild-caught fish in addition to plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits. You might wonder, with such healthy eating, why I also useContinue reading “How my nutrition is set up”
Cave Strong-training before sunrise
After the work sets, the conditioning is next