01 Jul Alex Zinchenko – Rough Strength (And Training Simplicity)
(#127) Alex Zinchenko, author of Rough Strength Files, is this week’s featured podcast guest.
Alex is a self-proclaimed “strength addict” and strength coach who shares his simple ideas and strategies on training and nutrition to maximize results.
This is a informative and straightforward session about strength training philosophy and methodology in an exclusive interview from the Ukraine.
Here’s what you learn about this week:
- How Alex got started with his strenth journey
- The book that started in all
- Dealing with injury
- The definition of “Rough Strength”
- The surprising prevalence of kettlebells in Ukraine
- How he learned to use kettlebells
- How he describes his style of kettlebell training
- 2 limiitations with kettlebells
- Why strength is so important
- Hidden beneifts of strength
- Is there a quality of strength that’s most important?
- What he’s currently working on with his training
- His appoach to programming
- How he prevents “overreaching”
- His simple approach to nutrition – how to avoid “getting lost”
- The inspiration behind “Rough Strength Files”
- Specific tips to be able to perform the free standing hand stand
- The one arm push up – thoughts and progressions
- What he learned from Paul Wade
- A problem in the fitness industry – and how to fix it
- The most important thing about getting results
- A big misconception about advanced lifters
- His big training advice to his younger self
- The big influences on his training
- And more…
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My preferred brand of kettlebells is still Rogue. To see the exact bell I use, go to RdellaTraining.com/kettlebell
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