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Hey Tony, I love the blog!
Thanks Tom! Good to hear from you.
Tony I am a 53 year old male that has recently decended from 220lbs to 204. I am very much interested in beginning the kettlebell but am very confused on weight I need to use? Can you please advise?
Hey Bill – check your email.
With reference to My 3 Favorite Set and Rep Schemes for Fast Muscle Gains article, I didn’t find any specific exercise for shoulders, even military press as well. Is it intentional?
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Tony I am a 53 year old male that has recently been dieting and have descended from 221 lbs. down to 204. I am very much interested in purchasing a kettlebell but have no idea what weight to purchase to begin my work outs. Using your videos to begin my quest. Can you please advise?
Great series on fixing your squat wows. I’m having similar issues. I missed a max attempt yesterday when I did a mock meet.
I couldn’t keep my knees from caving in. So I’m def going to implement some of your suggestions this cycle!
hey Tony … i’m a 50 year old woman who’s had trouble throughout her body for many years with scans and labral hip tear repair doing nothing. I’m now thinking that I may have femoroacetabular hip impingement because of the ongoing low back pain, pinching pain in the front of my hip and aches through my glutes and am I’m trying to sort this out myself. I was therefore very interested in your article “http://blog.mapmyrun.com/3-steps-bulletproof-hips/”. However, when you’re doing the stretching at the beginning, should I bounce like you do in the video as I’ve read previously that that’s very bad for you? Many thanks 🙂
Hi Tracy – thanks for reaching out! I think when you say “bouncing” you’re referring to going through a range of motion for reps instead of holding a stretch, which is fine as long as it’s under control. But if you have FAI, I wouldn’t recommend some of those stretches, including the kneeling glute mobilization at the start of the video. You have structural changes to your hip bones, and you can’t stretch bone! Where are you located? Perhaps I could refer you to the coach or PT who I know.
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