If you are a part of the KB sport world, even just a little, you should have some idea about this big controversy of women in KB sport and doubles. The Americas are pushing for equality in KB sport. I thing it is most wonderful! I just find that the high speed of changes within… Continue reading Some KB news and other things.
I am always trying to be a better lifter. That is the beauty about lifting- or any sport. You may be able to achieve the number one position in your sport, but does that mean that you CAN’T get better? I think we can ALWAYS get better. And not just in a sport, but life… Continue reading To get better, one must always learn, young lifter.
I work 12 hour shifts, at night, all night (and they usually last about 13 hours- and I don’t sit the entire time or even 1/2 the time). I do not want my training to take a back seat because of my work schedule, so I try to get in a lift, absolutely no longer… Continue reading Need a quick workout? Here is an idea:
It has been many weeks, 6, 8? or so that I have not been training- for a competition. It has been refreshing, and definitely necessary for my psyche. I am struggling, because training for something is so important to me, keeps me motivated, and getting stronger, but taking some time away from HAVING to do… Continue reading A different point of view….
Life is in full swing again. I have decided to not compete for a little while. After all the comps and training this year I talked to my coach and decided to take a little step back. I was feeling burned and tired and just wanting to spend some time at home. And that is… Continue reading Just a little of life.
Wow, things have not slowed down for me at all lately. As much as I have wanted to write, it has been hard. But I am here, and I have A LOT to talk about! It has been a few days since the USA Nationals in Chicago, Illinois, and I am so glad that I… Continue reading USA Nationals 2015
It has been almost 3 full days since the NKSO and a kettlebell instructional seminar with Denis Vasilev. Let me tell you, what a great weekend it was. Got in Friday, weighed in, ate a salad, went to bed. Slept like poop, went to the venue site, talked, judges meeting (yes, Lynn and I judged),… Continue reading Compete and educate.
As of late: Preparation for Niagara Kettlebell Sport Open. I am super excited to go. It is the first competition in which I will be participating in two 10 minute events. Excited, and terrified, that is how I feel. I have been working pretty hard. I wish I was coming in at a lower weight,… Continue reading 6.14.15
Sometimes fitting training into life, or life into training is hard. Balance is crucial. Emotional and mental balance are the most important factors, then all of the physical stuff. If you are having a hard time balancing life, you will not be able to balance a kettlebell! I think this is why I have not… Continue reading training. and balance.
…the goose. And that’s about it. After training, watching, and learning about kettlebells, and hoping to train, and watch and learn some more there is one SOLID truth that I have discovered about kettlebell lifting. What is good for me, and what works for me, may not, and may not have to work for you.… Continue reading What’s good for the goose is good for….