Isometrics have an air of mystery to them. Maybe, like me, you think of Bruce Lee, shredded and super strong, doing isometrics.
A while back I was reading about a prison guard. This guard wasn’t an imposing figure by any stretch of the imagination.
Remember that psychology study where they put a bunch of people in a room and let smoke in the room? Thing is,
Steve Cotter and some other dude were on stage at a Ryan Lee Bootcamp. This was in 2006. Cotter and this other dude
Look at Bruce Lee. That power. That speed. Bruce Lee knew how to maximize his use of the nervous system. “From the
One of the more popular posts on my site is the one about gout. People hang around for 10 minutes reading it.
A friend needed some help getting old appliances out of the house. Found myself on the bottom side of the washer going
I always evaluate my strength after a visit to the airport. How did I hold up? It takes me back to the
It’s all about being strong and capable. I mean, really. No one wants to be weak and incapable, right? Of course not.
I’d say I owe a lot to the writings of Pavel Tsatsouline. I got in early—2003. Took the RKC, once as a