This past weekend, I was privileged to attend the Circular Strength Training Coaching Seminar at Wolf Fitness Systems in Salinas, CA. It took me 18 hours to finally get to Salinas, and even longer to get home (flying in the US has gotten beyond ridiculous – can I get an amen?), but the whole trip was worth the effort – even if I had to check a pair of clubbells in my luggage. This was my second CST seminar since I first got involved with the organization back in 2006, and it was leaps and bounds better than the first one I attended in the Fall of 2009 (past seminar review is here). What follows are my thoughts on the full experience to help you decide if this type of event would be right for you.
Continue reading The Circular Strength Training Seminar Review
Ryan Murdock traveling in Jordan.
If you’ve been following the blog for awhile, I’m sure you know that I’m a big proponent of the Circular Strength Training system. Ryan Murdock is on the Faculty, in charge of bringing CST to the world, and he has a revolutionary way of sharing his health-first fitness [...]
The omicron cadre graduating class from earlier this year.
In August, I’ll be flying out to Bellingham, WA to learn from and train with some of the best minds in fitness in the world. I’ll be attending my first Circular Strength Training Certification Seminar. This is really exciting for me not only because [...]
Adam Steer – CST Head Coach
There’s a bit of a story behind this interview, so if you just want to listen in, scroll down and click the green play button.
Basically, it’s a technological miracle that I’m even able to bring this to you today. Upon recording this amazing interview with Adam, [...]
It all started when my Dad bought me the Marine Corps 3X Fitness Program for my 11th birthday. This book taught me how to do pushups, pullups, and situps like the Marines, and I was ecstatic about it. More importantly though, it piqued an interest about getting stronger, and being all that I could be. Soon after, I also got a weight set – you know, the ones with the plastic plates. I did nothing but the essentials: bench press, bicep curls, and some “other stuff.” Along with my 100 lb Everlast punching bag, I was in adolescent paradise down in my training lair under my parents house. That was all the way back in middle school…
Continue reading My Fitness Evolution – from 11 years old in my parents basement, to finding childlike freedom as an adult