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From Banker to 1-arm Pull-up and Tai Chi Champion: An Interview with Ray Shonk, PCC, SCC

In my own training, I continued using a mix of weights with a little bit of calisthenics for a few years. Then about four years ago I decided to try switching to only calisthenics, all thanks to one of my students who introduced me to Convict Conditioning and showed me videos of Al and Danny Kavadlo.​

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From Obese to Hyper-Fit, The Levi Markwardt story

I grew up playing sports—my dad was my high school wrestling and football coach. I grew up as the team manager for wrestling and football, participated while in junior high and high school, and continued wrestling in college

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How Laura Phillips, RKC Faced Down Death—With a Monumental Recovery…

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Nick Collias, RKC, PCC, Senior Level Editor, Bodybuilding.com

Interview with Nick Collias, RKC, PCC, Senior Level Editor, Bodybuilding.com by Adrienne Harvey

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I think my first passion was martial arts—which at first was mostly because of Saturday morning cartoons. I finally got involved with Filipino martial arts at the age of 12.

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Secrets of The Iceman Revealed, Wim Hof Interview

It’s all about trial and error. At first I was looking for myself. For years I did the pushups by myself every morning. It just felt good, I would oxygenize myself with about thirty breaths, then it was amazing what I could do afterwards. I was just doing it on my own.

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Jackie Wu, From Broken Back to the Secrets of Playful Fitness

Fitness as a career probably started when I was teaching taekwondo. I was very heavily involved with taekwondo for about twenty years, and when I moved to California I ended up teaching at a studio for about seven years and then I broke my back.

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Interview with Scott Carney, author of What Doesn't Kill Us

An Interview with Scott Carney, author of What Doesn't Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude, and Environmental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength

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Interview with Jenn Burke, Director of Education, Crunch Gym

I've gone through a lot of phases in my training, and I’ve probably trained with almost every implement imaginable in all my years of training. But, I definitely lean towards bodyweight training, and I particularly enjoy using kettlebells and the Bulgarian bag.

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Interview with Jesse Itzler, author of Living with a SEAL

But training with SEAL was completely unorthodox, he turned all of the conventional things that I was taught upside down. The hardest thing was getting out of my routine, which I had pretty much been doing for twenty years. The second hardest challenge was the consistency of the new training—even though I had consistently run for years, the constant newness of the training was very challenging.

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