We've sent you an email with a link to update your password.
A password reset email has been sent to the email address on file for your account, but may take several minutes to show up in your inbox. Please wait at least 10 minutes before attempting another reset.
No account yet?
Registering for this site allows you to access your order status and history. Just fill in the fields below, and we’ll get a new account set up for you in no time. We will only ask you for information necessary to make the purchase process faster and easier.
In the world of fitness, it has become extremely popular to focus on turning things up a notch. I love it! While it is true that balance is important, it is also true that pushing limits is what forces us to adapt, to become better. One of the most impactful variables when training for adaptation is intensity. Intensity is a relative term.
In regards to nutrition and the role that it plays in helping us achieve our health and fitness goals, there is no replacement for consuming a well-balanced diet that is rich in high-quality food sources. However, even those of us who practice “perfect” nutrition can reap some serious benefits through supplementation and as a company we believe that this is a fact. It is for that reason our team has begun to invest much more of our time and energy in developing high-quality, affordable supplements which we believe can make a real difference.
In the world of fitness and physical performance training, there is always something new to be discovered, shared, and/or learned. Over the years I have stumbled across, in one way or another, bits and pieces of information that I have found to be exceptional, not only in their ability to yield results but additionally in their ability to somehow shift my perspective in regards to the practice and application of fitness and performance training.
Someone once said to me, “your back is where you carry the wood”. At the time, I had NO idea what that individual meant by his words, but over the years as I began to train more frequently and more intensely, I began to make sense of them in my own mind. What I eventually concluded, was that his words were a metaphor for what true work ethic is all about.
Making a change, achieving a goal, cultivating a stronger sense of self-confidence, leading a more fulfilling life, what is it that all of these things have in common? The thread that they all share is the fact that they do not just happen overnight and they definitely do not simply happen on their own.
If someone told you that you were only going to be allowed to incorporate one piece of exercise equipment for the rest of your life, what would you choose? In my opinion, there are a few very strong candidates. Resistance Bands, some sort of suspension training system such as a TRX, or the almighty KETTLE BELL!!! If faced with the decision, I would most likely go with the kettle bell. Why?
If you need a little ammunition, here is a great workout that you can perform with no equipment and very little space. Put these moves together in a time-based circuit or perform them for reps and make sure you don’t let the inner voice get too quiet.