NORWALK – A Norwalk gym owner has entered a competition where she’ll be striving for the title of ‘America’s Strongest Woman.’ Stephanie Tropea, who owns the Punch Kettlebell Gym, says she got into strength training and competitions five years ago and kept up with it because she said she found it fun. She’s currently ranked
Stephanie Tropea, owner of Punch Kettlebell Gym in Norwalk, competes for ‘America’s Strongest Woman’ contest
Written by So one of the benefits of being a fitness guy is that now and then people send me fitness toys that I get to fool around with. Then, if I want to I can write about them in my blog or in print. I only really write about stuff that I like, though,
written by Rogue Parrish ‘Art of Strength: Firepower’ Billed as “the ultimate 30-minute workout,” the “Art of Strength: Firepower” DVD was designed by Anthony DiLuglio, RKC, based in Providence, Rhode Island, and Anthony Grokaitis, RKC. Though designed for first responders, it’s also suitable for anyone seeking a challenge — go with a lighter bell the
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CrossFit Is Extremely Dangerous by truthaboutcf Click here for original article CrossFit has some of the highest injury rates of any fitness program or sport in history. That’s a fact. There haven’t been enough repeatable peer-reviewed studies to show the actual percentage, but there have been quite a few studies done on the effectiveness
In fitness building a strong base is Anthony diluglio’s passion. Watch close as he uses the turkish Getup to find the weak and strong points or the body. From there the progressions to the training begins.
by Rogue Parrish, Demand Media If you aren’t quite where you want to be in terms of balance and strength, drag a kettlebell off the workout bench, swing it or hoist it, and look for positive results. The bell is the only free weight with a handle designed to put the mass off-center to
Anthony is speaking to the trainers in a training course. here a little inside look.
ABC News’ Vanessa Weber reports: CrossFit is one of the most extreme workouts on the market, but one physical therapist is raising questions about the exercise program that has an almost cult-like following. Eric Robertson, an assistant professor of physical therapy at Regis University in Denver, wrote an article this week highlighting rhabdomyolysis, a potentially fatal condition that can
We took a trip to New Hampshire to train with the Art of Strength trainers. We did some ropes gone wild rope training, a vintage dumbell and barbell workout, along with some suspension, elevation training. CLICK HERE to checkout our ropes CLICK HERE to checkout our barbells and dumbbells