Photography by Bev Childress   Remember those days where you could train hard, go out and party all night, get next to no sleep, eat a heap of junk food, and then crush your workout in the gym the next day? Yeah, me too, but those days are behind me ...
  The pursuit of health and fitness is as ever-changing as humanity itself, and Greg Walsh has devoted his life to leading that change in a meaningful direction. With a background as a BMX-racing, punk-rock-listening counter-culturalist, he&rs ...
  Beets are an amazing food. Not only are they packed with dietary fiber, but they're loaded with potassium, copper, manganese, phosphorus, vitamin C, iron, vitamin B6, and magnesium. Their dark color and unique flavor come from antioxidants tha ...
Day 114 of 360 Positional and mechanical improvement:   Single and double kettlebell lifts   All skill levels: Double kettlebell clean from floor, clean from swing, front squat, back squat Intermediate/ Advanced: Double kettlebell clean/ sw ...
Day 34 of 100 Snatch on toes  (x/3)4 Power clean (x/3)4 Overhead squat (x/3)4 Snatch extension (x/3)4 Supine Sprints x 6     ...
Day 2 0f 3, Week 7 Every Tuesday and Thursday, at 6 pm PT, I have a Facebook Live challenge, you can join in and ask me anything you want, but I focus on my pull-ups and alternatives. If you have no access to a pull-up bar, do push-ups.   5 round ...
Becoming an athlete when you’re already in your 30s is a funny thing. I don’t have any glory days to look back on from my teens and 20s, because aside from a few (very mediocre) years of wrestling in high school, I spent most of the years of m ...
How do you approach your warm up? If you’re like most people, you come into the gym, spend a couple of minutes on the rower or the Airdyne, do some dynamic stretching, air squats, push ups, and boom – you’re good to go.   That ...
  Zinc is one of the most underrated of the minerals. We always hear about sodium and potassium, the electrolytes that control water retention; iron, which your body needs to produce red blood cells; calcium, a mineral vital for healthy bones; and e ...
Day 113 of 360 5 rounds of:   3 Kettlebell push press + 1 Turkish Get-up (Left) 3 Kettlebell push press + 1 Turkish Get-up (Right) 1 minute rest   Weight today is self-scaled and challenging- adjust by round (up or down) as needed. Safet ...
Day 2 of 3: Week 12 A:   4 Rounds on Each Arm 5 x 1 Arm Kettlebell Clean, Squat, and Press 10 x 1 Arm Kettlebell Overhead Walking Lunge 15 x Burpees 20 x Russian Twists (Switch Arms After You Complete the Entire Set)   B:   1 Minute Plank ...
Day 33 of 100 Snatch (x/2)5 Clean and jerk (x/2+2)5 Front squat (x/3)4 Snatch grip push press (x/3)4     ...
  You can be your own coach. Not everyone desires this, and even those who do might not ever take that leap. Not everyone should self-coach, but everyone is capable of developing the skills, knowledge, a ruthless self-honesty that it requires.   ...
As the ultimate showoff muscles, biceps have garnered their fair share of ridicule over the last few years. Since functional movement has charged back into the mainstream at full speed, many now taunt and tease those who perform arm curls. Underpinning th ...
  Meditation is a practice with a slight image problem. It gets nothing but praise from health and psychology literature, and from our most elite performers. But most people see meditation as a bizarre first step towards a life of Volkswagen vans an ...
  Exercise has a wide range of effects on the human brain. It can increase brain function, enhance memory and recall, repair damaged brain cells, and promote a healthier balance of neurochemicals. While most of us focus on the benefits of exercise f ...
Day 112 of 360 Back squat:   2 x 5 (up to) 80% of 2RM 1 x 10 @ 60% 1 x 15 @ 30-40%   Rest as needed between sets. If sets require interruption, make as minor an adjustment as needed and complete the next uninterrupted. When scheme is lis ...