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    Way to go!! You're off to an awesome start - be...

    Way to go!! You're off to an awesome start - be sure to keep in touch on here as well (and if you have questions) since PCC instructors, including myself, as well as Master PCCs Al and Danny Kavaldo...
  2. Great tips in this article!

    Great tips in this article!
  3. Sticky: Any word on the SCC?

    Any word on the SCC?
  4. Cool!!

    That's awesome news, I have two Battling Ropes and while I, and the people I train enjoy using them, after the basics, I'm not sure what else to do with them! :) Looking forward to learning more,...
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    A whole lot! :)

    Congrats on signing up for your RKC, and if you can make that HKC that's near you, definitely check it out. While the HKC mainly teaches the three core exercises, swing, get-up, goblets squat it...
  6. Glad you liked my article, I like to really get...

    Glad you liked my article, I like to really get practical when possible.

    As for Paul Wade's article did you see the one he did in November? There's practically 2-3 more articles worth of info he...
  7. I've got a couple of mats from Dollamur that I...

    I've got a couple of mats from Dollamur that I really like, and they sell a wide variety of mats. After hearing how much I liked my carpeted thick foam backed (but still able to roll up) mats, a...
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    So excited about this!

    So excited about this!
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    LOL! SO true... a lot of the moves are also...

    LOL! SO true... a lot of the moves are also pretty technique specific too. There may be a group in your area that gets together and practices - and many times they have all the right stuff too.
    ...
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    I like trap bar deadlifts when the equipment is...

    I like trap bar deadlifts when the equipment is available. A lighter, but convenient alternative (at least for my situation) is two heavy kettlebells for "suitcase" deadlifts. That and a good...
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    I like to maintain conditioning with HIIT -...

    I like to maintain conditioning with HIIT - kettlebells and bodyweight movements along with sprints, hill sprints, battling ropes and my fun new Neuro-Burner... While I have no big desire to do...
  12. Thanks, Eoin and yes, I do! :) Haven't been...

    Thanks, Eoin and yes, I do! :) Haven't been talking about it much yet since it's still a work in progress (and for some reason that makes me nervous?!)
  13. so cool to see that there are many entries...

    so cool to see that there are many entries already!
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    Thanks for linking the video - I haven't seen...

    Thanks for linking the video - I haven't seen Max's face get that red before! Good stuff!
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    I haven't seen those articles but can...

    I haven't seen those articles but can wholeheartedly vouch for heavy swings... I don't have regular access to barbells, but when I do, I've got a more than respectable deadlift in relation to my...
  16. Really looking forward to sharing this at the...

    Really looking forward to sharing this at the conference! :)
  17. SUCH good info! I'm going to try the "dead bug"...

    SUCH good info! I'm going to try the "dead bug" with kettlebells today! :)
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    With Dan John on this one -- Walking/marching in...

    With Dan John on this one -- Walking/marching in place with heavy weights is a real winner... while it's not as visually interesting as taking a walk down a path or a field, it gets the job done.
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    For the price of 2 sledgehammers then cutting...

    For the price of 2 sledgehammers then cutting them down, it seems like just getting a pair of Indian clubs would be an easier option. Besides the sledgehammers are going to be a lot heavier (and...
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    I think a lot of it has to do with the rise of...

    I think a lot of it has to do with the rise of other things like Facebook, etc. But Forums are special as they're so specific to a community/topic etc. While they aren't as busy as they used to be...
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    It can be a lot of fun. I've used it both ways -...

    It can be a lot of fun. I've used it both ways - one as you described with low rep sets (I did singles of weighted pull ups, and it was nice to get those 20 perfect reps done in a reasonably short...
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    Agreed, I wouldn't add weight at this point, from...

    Agreed, I wouldn't add weight at this point, from experience (myself and others) it can really bring a risk of bad habits with form
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    Have him get really specific, as in, does the rep...

    Have him get really specific, as in, does the rep fail at the bottom, middle, or at the very top only? Sometimes there will be multiple sticking points too. Is he using FULL body tension? I have a...
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    That was just an example, I'm curious! Where's...

    That was just an example, I'm curious! Where's the fail point? :)
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    Where is the fail point on the attempted 7th rep?...

    Where is the fail point on the attempted 7th rep? Has he determined what's "giving out"? Is it grip? Is it a particular part of the movement (sticking point)?

    For starters, sounds like he...
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  26. I've really been enjoying cooked then cooled...

    I've really been enjoying cooked then cooled lentils as a salad item -- just add a little vinegar, salt, and pepper = surprising treat!
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    This post RULES!

    This post RULES!
  28. So cool to share his story, and good to hear that...

    So cool to share his story, and good to hear that even with his injury he was able to get the full value of the PCC!
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    Sounds like a solid start -- have you checked out...

    Sounds like a solid start -- have you checked out the PCC blog? We've prepared quite a few helpful posts on there too --

    starting with the official Century Test post and example videos of Al,...
  30. I'm in agreement with Kdubya and Robert23, while...

    I'm in agreement with Kdubya and Robert23, while it might be frustrating at first, building up the grip will pay off big time as you progress.

    Robert23, a friend and I were just discussing how we...
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