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Like Michael, I've got some powerlifting goals. While this spring I'll be aiming for maybe getting an American record for the bench press (women 60-64), eventually I'd like to nail the world record in all three lifts. This may require actively losing some weight to get into an easier weight class. So that will be the off-season goal.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Eyes on the Prize: How to Set (And Train for) a Goal
LOVE cabbage rolls, but normally go for the traditional ground meat and rice mixture of my Eastern European ancestors. These mushroom ones sound fantastic.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Recipe: Mushroom-Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
I remember the first time I failed on a bench press. I lay there with the bar on my belly and laughed. Then panicked for a second. Then patiently waited for someone to come rescue me.
11 months ago on Fitness Reborn: The Real Way to Get Back in Shape
Here in California we a relatively unique CSA:Farm Fresh To You. The owners have partnered with organic farmers along the west coast to bring it's customers fresh, regionally grown organic foods without confining it to the output of one farm. They also give great options: get a box as frequently as you like (once a week, up to once a month). A box of only greens and fruits, etc. And you tell them what you don't want to get! It's like having a farmer's market come to your front door.
12 months ago on 10 Amazing Companies Making Healthy Meals Easier
@DavidThomasTao Confession: I was in the very first test group for "New Math" back in 1960. We joke (but it's true) that I can discuss set theory but can't divide. So any app that does the math for me is fabulous!
I started Wendler when I was coming back to lifting after 2.5 years basically off because of injuries (SLAP repair on shoulder, then a hip replacement). The app kept me from pushing forward too fast... but let adapt things when I got to the point that I was increasing strength by 10-20# a week. Now it encourages me. I'm off the program now until January 1st. Looking for some great GPP encouragement. Which I know I'll find here.
1 year, 1 month ago on 11 iPhone Apps to Strength Train and Lift Smarter
Funny. I use apps for all of these functions, but not the ones you listed. I'm doing the Wendler 5/3/1 program, so I use that app. occasionally, although I track every workout using Easy Weights. Don't need someone to program and don't need videos to instruct me or a timer. Just a place to note down what I did (and did not do) each day. Easy Weights does that for me.I track my foods Lose It. Which ever one you choose, it pays to stick with it because they all accumulate your foods after a while. I care more about my macros than my calories, and find that LoseIt lets me follow that easily. For sleep, I use Azumio's SleepClock.
I've been lifting in minimal shoes for about 5 years now- barefoot where that is allowed. Started with some of the first Nike Frees, and have moved on to the Merrills and Adidas Skeletoes.
1 year, 3 months ago on Which Shoes Are Best for Weight Lifting?
BodyTribe Fitness, Sacremento, CA., offers strength training in a non-traditional setting. Barbells, sandbags, tires, kettlebells, and more are the stars here. Owned by author, lecturer, Chip Conrad - the affordable dojo is the home of the modern physical subculture movement.
Families work out together-children are not allocated to special spaces- and the BodyTribe animals keep everyone calm and on a positive groove.
1 year, 9 months ago on The 21 Most Innovative Gyms in the U.S.