Getting a taste for progress

Training in kettlebell lifts gets to be a bit compulsive. Your vision can get clouded by the next weight, always just out of reach, or the next competition. If you genuinely want to work and make progress, you will find Continue reading

A matter of timing

Over the last year I admit I had become over reliant on timers, metronomes and a favourite Tabata app. Initially, these were necessary as my body post-CNS meltdown had too many neural connections missing, and – more specifically – no Continue reading

So what’s so good about Pentathlon?

If you already serious about kettlebell lifting and maybe have the Scottish Open as your next goal, perhaps you haven’t seriously considered Pentathlon as an event for you. After all, the sets are “only” six minutes long, and the lifts Continue reading