Amp up your workout with Kettlebells and rings. These are some monster excercises that will help with strength, flexibility, agility and cardio. And stay until the end to see Ron's new tatoo!
Ron has more fun with "Crossfit" than you could ever imagine. Here he'll show you some excercises that have a lot of dynamic and will keep the heart rate up. Improve balanc, agility and strength.
Ron continues with his rant about "Crossfit" by showing you more ways to cross train with a variety of tools. In this post, Ron shows you some excercises with Kettlebells and Rings.
"Crossfit" or ciruit training with rings, pull-ups, push-ups, and kettlebells. A great way to keep your heartrate up and work an array of muscles. A dynamic workout that will get you cut!
CrossFit is the latest "Rage" but Ron has his own ideas and opinions about "CrossFit." In the next few blogs, Ron will discuss how to use a variety fo exercises in a variety of places to truly become Crossfit.
We have all been there, not feeling like following through with our workout due to injury, sickness, or other excuses we can come up with. In this blogpost Ron provides some thoughts and motivation on how you can still get a workout in when you are not feeling up to it. A low impact, high reward kettlebell workout may be your answer.
Ron explains the basic technique of a kettle bell pullover in this blogpost. Two powerful kettlebell exercises are demonstrated in the video. Take a look and learn how you can implement some 'Hanzo Ranch variation' kettlebell bench exercises into your workout.
An improvement to the traditional kettlebell snatch is demonstrated in this post. Ron breaks down how with proper posture and using the opposite leg and hand combinations, a traditional kettlebell snatch can be improved upon. This technique is great for total body training and martial arts training.
In this blogpost Ron introduces us to 'Renegade Rows.' While there are a variety of ways to perform rows, Ron breaks shows a few of these and explains what you should specifically focus on depending on your individual workout goals.
After first introducing us all to some friends, Ron walks through step-by-step how to do floor attacks correctly. While the exercise is derived from your hip action, Ron provides some ideas of what else could be added to the exercise to improve your training.
For over 25 years, Ron Morris has provided transformational change to people of all walks of life, including teenagers, college students, SWAT team members, world explorers, entrepreneurs, and professionals.
The Parkinson's Project explores simple but effective ways to restore balance and coordination. Ron has helped students take back control and a semblance of function-ability in their daily lives. Ron continues to develop on-going workshops and is excited to share his success with individuals with Parkinson's.