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Kettlebell Training For The Everyday Athlete

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History Of The Kettlebell

History of the Kettlebell: Originally entitled “Girya” which is the Russian word for kettlebell. Initially, kettlebells were used as counterweights for measuring grain. The standard size kettlebell or the standard measurement of grain at the time was 16kg or roughly 35lbs. The Russians began to…

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Summer Grilling Recipes

Since Father’s Day is coming up and it’s summer time, I thought I’d take a break from sharing science related stuff and share some AWESOME (not to mention healthy and tasty) grilling recipes. ( BTW, we have a special 28 days for $28 running, click…

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Answers To Your Questions

Thanks for reading this week’s blog/newsletter. I wanted to write this blog to all who read but specifically to our Breakaway Family Members. Recently, you were given the opportunity to take a survey that asked a few questions including “What could we be doing better…

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Has Your Progress Stalled?

Everyone gets frustrated at some time or another on their fitness journey. Most often it has to do with body composition or fat loss results stalling after seeing drastic results in the past. The new standard of “progress” has become pretty high. In a day…

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Warm Up With A Purpose!

All our athletes who train at Breakaway Fitness and Performance, begin with a proper warm-up.  No, I do not have them jump on a treadmill or rower for 5 minutes and then follow up with some stretches and call that a warm-up.  The warm up…

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Strength Training All Moms Should Do

Moms rock! My 2 of my most favorite people in the world are moms. My wife and mother of my child and of course, my mother! But enough about me. I wanted to write this blog specifically for you. Hopefully, a mom! I received a…

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Kick The Sugar Habit

We’ve all had trouble with Late Night Sugar Cravings Right?? What about “Right Now” sugar cravings or “After Lunch” sugar cravings??? Even me, a professional fitness/nutrition/wellness/trainer/lifestyle/weightlifting/spartan race running/ all things healthy coach, gets sugar cravings. Like……all the time! I get them after lunch, after dinner,…

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If You Are A Runner, You Need To Lift Weights!

If you are strictly a distance runner and your racking up a lot of miles during the week or training for a race, I then ask:  Do you want to become faster, more efficient and help lower your risk of an injury? A healthy dose…

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Girl’s Soccer and ACL Injuries

  With girls soccer season right around the corner, I wanted to take time to address an issue that females are at a risk for, especially in soccer. My intent is not to scare, but instead lay out the facts and combat that with quality…

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