Month: January 2010


1. EAT BREAKFAST. 2.Think FIBER, not carbs. 3. Eat some protein with every meal, aiming approximately 1 gram/pound of body weight. 4. DRINK about 300ml/half a pint of WATER for every 1000 calories you eat. 5. Keep fat under 30% of calories consumed; this amount typically come food that you naturally eat, rather than adding fat to foods. That is unnecessary… Read more →


About Kettlebells Kettlebells: It’s Russian for all-round fitness The Russians know a thing or two about strength and fitness. It’s no coincidence that Russian athletes have dominated Olympic power and strength events for decades. Both the Soviet Special Forces and numerous world-champion Soviet Olympic athletes used the ancient Russian Kettlebell as their secret weapon for extreme fitness. Thanks to the… Read more →

Why Kettlebells?

There is no other training method that develops strength, endurance and cardiovascular capacity quite like the kettlebell. Its ability to provide unparalleled conditioning and turbo charged fitness has seen an upsurge in popularity in recent years, with athletes such as Lance Armstrong, celebrities such as Gerard Butler for 300, Matthew McConaughey, Geri Halliwell and Jennifer Lopez, and the military all incorporating kettlebells… Read more →