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things that might kill you

Giving new meaning to bodyweight workouts

My man squats ME ass to grass! He also uses me as a human barbell. And this is why we’re together. In other news…got my co-op share today. Here are some crappy pictures of good produce. Let’s see what I come up with the next two weeks.     Read more…

11 things I’ve learned from MMA

I’m beat. Literally. I got home not too long ago from my mixed martial arts (MMA) self defense class. I go twice a week and we practice things like grappling (wrestling), striking, kicking, knife defense, judo (ugghhh) and ninjitsu. It’s been quite the learning experience. Which reminds me… 11 Things I’ve Learned from MMA. I’ve […] Read more…

Spotlight on Sprinting

(Source) Sprinting is not your average exercise. When you’re doing that mad dash, puking is not far-fetched. Injuries can occur if you’re not careful. And soreness is guaranteed. But you know what else is guaranteed? Amazing results. So who is sprinting for? People who want to take it to the next level. People who are […] Read more…

The WTF Workout

So apparently I have relatives that read my blog. And according to my father they have an issue with me cursing. Whatever. I don’t think I even curse that much. I’ve even tried to curtail it these past few posts…to be nice, or something. However I am not a fan of censorship. It was relayed […] Read more…

How to do a glute-ham raise part 2

So, in part 1 I discussed how you can do a glute-ham raise at home with a partner. David is now a member of my gym so he was able to get some footage of me doing a glute-ham raise on an ab bench. (Very crappy phone footage, but whatever.) We had to be kind […] Read more…

Maximize your gluteus!

The glute-ham raise machine is like the unicorn of the gym. Something magical that you’ve only ever heard of, but have never seen. For those of you who are not familiar with this contraption, it looks like this: And this is how you use it: It’s one of the most challenging ways to train your […] Read more…