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.
Exercise is super important, especially if you want to be healthy. It isn’t the only way to be healthy, but it plays a large part. I think exercise is different from training, and training for performance versus aesthetics is vastly different. You can definitely benefit both ways, but your priority will lead to different outcomes.… Continue reading What are you training for? Are you training at all?
October 18, 2014. What a day. It started with a 5k, with Michael, a tough course, I finished 2nd in my age group (25 minutes) and Michael finished 3rd in his group (very proud). Then we got home, he went to his rugby game, I went to the market, changed into new gym clothes, ate… Continue reading a 5k and one hour long cycle!
July 12, 2014, 9am, Charlotte Beach in Rochester, New York. ROC Boxing and Fitness held it’s 3rd annual Bellz on the Beach, and the 2nd year that it has been backed/endorsed by the International Kettlebell and Fitness Federation (IKFF). The IKFF is most known for its members/ ambassadors like Ken Blackburn, Steve Cotter and Donica… Continue reading Bellz on the Beach. a review.