15 Jan 5 Ways to Take Your Training to the Next Level

(#49) Here’s 5 things you can do to take your training to the next level and get even better results.

Are you absolutely committed to getting better?

Of course you are.  We all are.

Then check out the latest episode and find out how to get biggerstronger, leaner, faster, or whatever you’re looking to accomplish with these 5 proven tactics to get to the next level.

And, make sure you listen all the way through to hear about what’s coming on the next episode of The RdellaTraining Podcast.

Here’s some of what you’ll learn in this week’s episode:

  • One simple thing you can do today to immediately improve your training
  • The one thing that can elevate your game and force you to train at a higher level
  • Why I’m such a believer in doing our “due diligence” (I’ll explain)
  • A personal statement I live by that drives me to become better
  • My simple formula for optimal results
  • And, much more…

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  • Finlay
    Posted at 05:57h, 28 January Reply


    Been listening to your podcast for a while and helped me a lot. I train in China right now and there isn’t a big work out culture here so your podcast are invaluable.

    In this podcast you included a strength chart for barbells, my main workout is based on kettelbells. I realise not all the same information would be available because of the nature of some of the workouts (i.e. i don;t hear people talk about their one rep max swing) bt is there a similar chart fr the grind exercises such as clean and press or turkish get up.

    once again thanks for putting out the podcasts

    • Scott
      Posted at 16:54h, 30 January Reply

      Thanks for the comments and I really appreciate that.
      Yeah, there isn’t a “standard” for ‘1RM swing’ and since that’s a very different type of ‘ballistic’ not sure if there could be one.
      In general, the KB standards really would be something like the prep requirements for the SFG certification.
      I haven’t seen a similar chart for the KB exercises (but, you just gave me a great idea! Hmmm)

      Glad podcasts have been helping!

      Thanks again.

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