Sunday Bloggy Sunday

Some great weekend reading.


SundayA few of this week's blog finds :



Steven BarnesDar Kush
Dar Kush
is the online home of novelist and martial artist Steven Barnes. A mix of clubbells, kettlebells and politics. An interesting read.

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NewsletterStrengthopedia
A recent comment from bdckr put me on to this one. Dale Harder is a former world-record holder, Highland Games participant and lover of the more unusual strength disciplines. His newsletter looks great, not to mention the photos scattered throughout his site. Pull up a chair and get comfortable.



FirewalkerJourney into Krav Maga
Here you'll find Firewalker's opinions on the Krav Maga fighting system - looks promising.

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Ultimate physiqueUltimate Health and Conditioning
As he says on the site:

This site is about functional strength, balance, agility, endurance, nutrition and general health. I'm not following a specific agenda. I'm not anti-supplement, or anti-weights, or anti-anything. I don't give a shit how you get healthy and fit, just that you get there.

Superb stuff. Well worth checking out.

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Golf Fitness Boot Camp
Ultimate physiqueFor those integrating golf and fitness, Brian's site BKS Golf is an excellent start. His blog, which follows the progress of the BKS Golf fitness bootcamps, is also a great read.

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Why not grab all the feeds as a single juicy opml file.


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Scott Andrew Bird

Scott Andrew Bird is a writer, photographer and a guy who just loves this stuff. He's been at home in front of a computer for more years than he cares to remember (OK, 35) and is now making amends for years of many mistakes noted in the De-constructing Computer Guy articles (part 2) on T-Nation.

Find out what he's up to via Twitter, Google+, Facebook; and of course his online home. Enjoy.



Like this? Check out :

Workout Locations: the Beach.

When it comes to outdoor training, the beach is ideal.

DIY Equipment Ideas.

Stuck for ideas? Try these.

Back To The Future : The Power Of Bodyweight Exercise.

There are many ways to mix things up.

The Investments Part II.

Time for some serious returns.

Street Combat Conditioning.

Kettlebells, clubbells, bodyweight exercises and other fun stuff.



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