David Veros served in the US Air Force from 2004 through 2012 where after multiple deployments to Iraq he sustained injuries, both physically and mentally. These injuries, PTSD and TBI, took their toll and he was medically retired in 2012. David is a Purple Heart recipient, Air Force Combat Action Medal, Air Force Accommodation Medal, and Air Force Achievement with Valor device to name a few. In 2018 David participated in the Wounded Warrior Project Physical Health and Wellness Coaching Program. Through this program David has lost weight, gained flexibility, and improved his confidence.
Currently David is a Warrior Support Specialist for the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Resource Center. He has worked at WWP for over six years supporting our nations warriors and their families. The WWP Resource Center connects individuals with resources as applicable....
Alright, so let’s say you only have a kettlebell and a battle rope...how do you get a good workout?
We talk through a few methods to think about getting the most bang for your time, when you want to get a great workout at the local park with just a kettlebell and a battle rope.
Aaron breaks down battle rope set-ups, and then they jump right into the workout.
Think about a basic full body workout:
Can we trust everything we see online?
Aaron Guyett and Marcus Martinez talk about this, as well as the good, the bad, and the ugly with online fitness personalities.
There are really excellent and very authentic online fitness personalities, but there are also money-hungry pretenders online as well.
Marcus and Aaron give a few tips on how to tell the difference between these two types of online fitness personalities.
Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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The Clean is a deceptive exercise. It looks like a curl, but moves from the ground to your shoulder in an entirely different way. The key thing for those new to the clean to understand is the trajectory the kettlebell needs to take and the primary movers.
Here are a handful of regressions that will help you on that path!