This is an old school video of me attacking a bodybuilding / strength style workout, but using Kettlebells instead of traditional free weights.
I remember feeling bored with my workouts and I wanted to switch things up and shock my body and my mind. Whatever training tool I use, I attack it, plain and simple.
The lesson to be learned here is....
Keep your training simple and basic. The basic exercises always produce results IF you put in the work: proper technique, intensity dedication, consistency and progressive overload.
Sure, you can change the training tools, but the basic exercises are the most reliable exercises for building muscle, size and strength.
Attack the basics. Always.
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girlwithnoname (jackie) says
zach zach zach… what can I say!!?? I have not watched a video of yours YET that I haven’t learned something. And I really thought I knew alot about training before I found you. You totally and completely rock Rock ROCK!! thanks again for a totally inspiring, ass-kickin’ video.
Its people like you that make me think I might actually be in the wrong business. To do what you do… well. thanks. ’nuff said.
Zach,still loving the intensity, and some people think that they always need a workout partner … EH EH!! Much love coming at cha from Maryland, but born and raised in the city by the bay!
Keep risin to the top!
Bob Dodds says
It looks like you prefer iron handleballs to bosu balls (and bars) for instability.
I am looking for instability from kettlebells, too. Seated(“mill press”) and bench and inclined with kb’s, you get instability to work with there. Instability with iron handleballs builds bodies.
Andrei Kuzmin shows french curls with kb’s. They would work sitting, bench, inclined, too.