It’s been a while since I’ve posted on my blog and I apologize for that.
Lately I’ve been focusing on very simple ways of becoming stronger and staying pain free at the same time.
I find that as I get older, I feel that it is more important to me to stay resilient so I can continue to do the things that I love such as surfing, mountain biking and playing with my kids.
I feel it is also important to stay active and set an example for my kids so they do the same.
I will be sharing some of my personal workouts and movements that I like to use to build strength and continue to stay pain free.
As always, kettlebells play a huge part for many reasons.
Here are my top 4
- The movements are easy to teach to all levels of ability.
- They are extremely portable and can be used anywhere.
- The unique shape allows you to hold them and use then in ways that aren’t possible with a bar or dumbell.
- It is very easy to transition from one movement to the next fluently which allows for time efficiency.
Please feel free to let me know if there is anything in particular that you would like to see.
As always, I will do my best to help you out!
Here’s a simple kettlebell good morning variation that can be used as a back strengthener.
This can also be used to practice your hip hinge and stretch the hamstrings.