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Nice vid you should do a vid how to increase speed
Sweet, great demonstration.....one of my favorites!
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Good stuff ! I appreciated this video !
Do i put it down widda flatback?
In this video, Rick Kaselj
In this video, Rick Kaselj talks shoulder pain and performs the Farmer's Walk Exercise.
Rick Kaselj of http://ExercisesForInjuries.com
You can go here to watch the video - http://youtu.be/WP0rjSIMOUI
Thanks for the great tips!
http://www.metabolicsurgerapidfatloss.com - Fat Loss Circuit Training...the premise is very simple...you do a "normal" weight workout but instead of taking rest in between sets, you do moderate-intensity cardio training.
If you're not already familiar with it and you'd like to get a full rundown of this training technique, I've got a detailed explanation of it here:
Fat Loss Circuit Training -- A Time-Efficient Workout to Crank Your Metabolism to the MAX
It's a GREAT training technique but it has one big weakness...if you're doing it in a crowded gym and trying to use a cardio MACHINE, it's going to be almost impossible to perform without either losing your machine or trekking around the gym to get to one (primarily if your gym's cardio section is separate from the weights).
This variation of Fat Loss Circuit Training addresses that weakness.
Because of instead of "normal" cadio, you will do a simple Farmer's Walk for distance, either with dumbbells or kettlebells.
That's it! Very simple and very effective. It doesn't require cardio machines and it doesn't require a timer.
In the workout itself, the exercises I'm using are
One-Arm Kettlebell Snatch x 3 sets of 4 to 6 reps each arm
Flat Dumbbell Bench Press x 3 sets of 6 to 8 reps
Pull-Ups x 3 sets of 6 to 8 reps
Safety Squat Bar Squats x 3 sets of 8 to 10 reps
Dumbbell Stiff-Legged Deadlifts x 2 sets of 6 to 8 reps
I've only posted video of the first 3 exercises, just fyi. You can use other exercises that fit in with the movement pattern category of each part of the workout, i.e. do cable rows instead of pull-ups.
In between EVERY SINGLE SET, I grab a couple of 65 lb dumbbells and Farmers Walk up and down the floor of my basement gym three times. The handles I've got attached to the dumbbells are called KettleClamps. They basically turn a dumbbell into a kettlebell...great for swings and Farmers Walks...not so much for overhead work, though.
As far as the Farmers Walks go, I prefer using a distance measure rather than a time measure...this way you end up back at the same start position every time. If you get to the point where your grip starts failing (happened to me when I was into the pull-ups), just set the weights down for a few seconds, then pick them back up and continue until you've hit your goal.
Now grab your dumbbells and do your Farmers Walk for distance.Complete ALL sets of your first exercise (explosive) before moving on to the next one (press).
Again, in between every set, do a Farmers Walk for distance. Then do your three sets of a pulling exercise.
Again, continue doing Farmers Walks between EVERY single set of this workout.
When you've done 3 sets of a pulling exercise, then do 3 sets of a squatting or lunging exercise, then 2 sets of a posterior chain exercise, such as stiff-legged deadlifts, barbell hip thrusts, good mornings or (if you can't do any of those) leg curls.
To finish, you can then do 2 or 3 of sets of core work, using exercises such as planks, curl squats, dumbbell crawling, or anything else that you like...except crunches...don't waste your time with crunches.
Overall, Fat Loss Circuit Training is a GREAT training technique...the reason I've made it a core component of my Metabolic Surge - Rapid Fat Loss program is because it's just so incredibly effective for getting your metabolism into high gear.
Hello Nick I am a big fan of you, I train people as well. I find you sincere and a nice guy.
Awesome ! going to give it a shot ! just to make it clear : no rest, right ?
Hi Nick, i love your videos and training tips! What kind of kettlebell were you using for the snatches? It looked like an adjustable weight plate kettlebell handle hybrid.
Do you have your own facebook? also I like to start approperate exercise for begginner. 3 or 4 time a week? Rep 5x Sets 5x? what is best I am not asking for Dr Jackel n Dr Hine. I just want be strong and good shape in my age 45 argh.. also lists for begginner
Dude, you don’t have a friend who can hold a camera?