books & dvds

In the 1st Convict Conditioning the focus was on the 6 fundamental strength movements. In the 2nd book, the goal is “strength-calisthenics” and work on some of the more peripheral parts of the body.
Getting stronger and fitter isn't just about training. If you're a fitness geek, don't miss these books we've read and reviewed!
I don’t usually like sequels, but Lauren Brooks’ second kettlebell DVD is an exception to the rule. Volume 2 of her DVDs is another source of challenging kettlebell workouts.
Lauren Brooks has done a great service to the fitness world with her kettlebell training DVDs. Volume 1 of the series is ideal for all fitness levels.
RUSHFIT isn't just a gimmick from UFC fighter Georges St-Pierre. It's actually a comprehensive, quality, effective product for athletes of all levels to achieve another level of fitness.
Designed for MMA fighters, but applicable for anyone - this eBook is loaded with tons of useful exercises. It is straight-forward, well-organized, and surprisingly easy to read.
Looking to mix up your at-home workout routine? Linda LaRue's Core Transformer series offers a unique and effective total body workout.
Greg Everett's first book is considered a "must have" by many coaches in the weightlifting world. His new book was written specifically for athletes who are NOT competitive weightlifters.
Don’t let the title fool you; this is not your everyday cookbook. "Everyday Paleo" is a practical guide to a healthy, fit lifestyle as well as Paleo eating for the whole family.
If you always wanted to be a cheerleader but never made the cut, here's your chance. Nicole Glor's new cheerleading-inspired DVD is fast-paced, challenging, and a lot of fun.
"Kettlebell Mommy," by Yoana Teran Casabianca, is an informative resource and a practical training guide for moms who want to continue training with kettlebells during their pregnancy.
Talking nutrition can be like debating politics or religion - heated! In "Beyond Broccoli" ex-raw food vegan Susan Schenk discusses the reasons why she returned to meat eating.
Andrea DuCane describes her "Kettlebell Goddess" DVD as “an exercise program with the flexibility and effectiveness of a personal trainer in your living room." Does the DVD live up to these claims?
Kettlebell Lightning is a training DVD from kettlebell experts Lauren Brooks and Alex Verdugo. We gave it a try and got ourselves served up a piece of humble pie - in a good way!
Jeff Martone's new book is an excellent resource for coaches and athletes. Not just a great resource on kettlebells, but on human movement, coaching, and programming.
The new book from kettlebell queen Lauren Brooks gives you a big bang for your buck. With over 300 photos, detailed movement explanations and a three month plan for getting toned and strong.
Kettlebell guru Lauren Brooks brings her expertise as a mom to her pregnancy workout DVD, "Baby Bells" - this DVD is effective, unique, and safe for women in all three trimesters.