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The 20/20 Kettlebell HIIT Workout For Shredded Muscle

The 20/20 Kettlebell HIIT Workout For Shredded Muscle

  1. Are you interested in building lean muscle?
  2. Are you interested in supercharging your fitness program?
  3. Are you interesting in a simple and highly impactful HIIT workout that you can do utilizing the kettlebell?
  4. Are you interested in time efficiency?

Have you tried a kettlebell HIIT workout? As a strength and conditioning coach I’m all about hitting heavy lifts and building strength. However there are times when when we all have to be challenged mentally and physically. There are times when we have to challenge our fitness. There are times when simplicity is necessary for you to get in a day’s work. On these days the goal for you should be about work output and thinking should only be limited to hammering away at the one or two tasks at hand for some serious volume. This is precisely the goal for today’s training.

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5 Reasons You Could Be Having Shoulder Pain

5 Reasons You Could Be Having Shoulder Pain

  1. Are your shoulders starting to become more and more bothersome during your workouts? 
  2. Are you constantly feeling discomfort, pain, and stiffness during and after your training sessions? 
  3. Is your shoulder discomfort starting to discourage you from your training?

If you are experiencing shoulder pain in your training then today I want to talk about some sins you might be committing in your strength and conditioning that might be causing you some discomfort. When it comes to training for optimal results you must be able to understand and address your body’s needs before anything else.  Today’s article should be a good place for you to start looking for just that.

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20 Reasons Your Strength Program Is Failing You

20 Reasons Your Strength Program Is Failing You

  1. Are you struggling to make significant gains in your strength program? 
  2. Are you not building the lean strong functional physique you desire to have? 
  3. Are you at a loss for answers and frustrated with the lack of results? 
  4. Do you feel bombarded with the science and abundance of information? 

If you answered “yes” to any, or all of these questions then I’m going to try to clear all of it up and explain why your strength program is failing here with these top 20 reasons. The goal here is to present to you a simple checklist that you can scan down to check off where you’re experiencing problems in your own training so that you can make the changes you need for some real results.

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4 Exercises For Improving Your Squat Range Of Motion

4 Exercises For Improving Your Squat Range Of Motion

  1. Do you currently have trouble with your squats because your range of motion (ROM) is inhibited?
  2. Are you looking for a way to correct and improve on your squat ROM?
  3. Are you looking to make bigger gains with your training?
  4. Are you looking to give your strength and conditioning program a significant upgrade?

Improving your squat ROM is crucial if you’re serious about getting results from your training and about optimizing the function of your body from head to toe. If you’re limited with your squatting ability then your function is limited which in turn means you’re body is not performing up to standard. To help you resolve this I’m including 4 exercises here to help you improve your squat ROM and to get you into optimal function. If you’re trying to do it then you might as well do it right!

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4 Steps To Crushing Your Strength Training Plateaus

4 Steps To Crushing Your Strength Training Plateaus

  1. Are you currently at a sticking point with your strength gains? 
  2. Are you interested in learning how you can blast through your strength plateaus? 
  3. Are you interested in learning about how to train your body to respond with every aspect of your training? 
  4. Are you interested in building more lean muscle, speeding up your recovery, and improving multiple areas of your performance? 

If you’re experiencing sticking points and strength training plateaus in your workouts then you shouldn’t be. The truth is that you should be making progress weekly. Sure there will be days that are more productive than others, but overall you shouldn’t be struggling with plateaus in your training whether that involves lean muscle or performance under the bar. At the end of the day you can apply a training strategy to force your body to adapt and to produce week after week.

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