In Part I of This Month's Newsletter…
In Part I of our April newsletter, we have an exclusive interview with resistance training enthusiast Jude Howe who shares with us his background, types of kettlebell techniques, and how he integrates kettlebells into traditional barbell training. After our interview we get to our CP Community member discussion. This month, Zach Bitter shares with us his article, Time Management – Ultramarathon Style. In it, Zach discusses how he plans and manages to stay sane despite a schedule which includes a full time teaching job, 20+ hour training weeks, and staying in touch with friends, family, and a girlfriend.
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