Want to survive your next street brawl or the zombie apocalypse? Work on developing these 5 essential fitness abilities.
Ben Green has studied martial arts since he was a teenager, was a tactical athlete trainer while in the US Army, has held multiple kettlebell and fitness-related certifications and is currently a kettlebell instructor at Tao Health & Fitness in Austin, Texas.TaoHealthandFitness.com
Grip strength is incredibly important for combat athletes and those that work with their hands. Though sadly this is often overlooked during training, resulting in weak handshakes and skinny forearms. Here are a few suggestions for building monster hands and forearms so you can control your next opponent.
We all go through periods where there just isn’t enough money to eat and train like a king. During those times the Poor Man’s Diet may be your only choice. Here are a few tips for surviving on a tight budget.
Unconventional training is more than a clever marketing gimmick; it is a philosophy that is often hard to fully define. Here are some insights into the mindset behind it and how to adopt it for yourself.