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2 Disc Kettlebell Workshop DVD with Z-Health is here and ready for you.. Lauren Brooks

NEW DVD Kettlebell Workshop with Z - Health DVD Intermediate and Advanced Exercises






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Bring this once-in-a-lifetime workshop with top kettlebell instructors right into your own home









Ready to revamp your training?  Whether you are a beginner or an advanced kettlebell user, you will benefit tremendously from this DVD.  Lauren and Sara will show you how to improve your technique, increase your strength, and prevent injuries all with their fun, clear and non-intimidating approach.  You will be given the tools to achieve incredible power for quicker fat loss during all your workouts.  The perfect compliment and must have for your kettlebell DVD collection.  





DVD FEATURES:

- Invigorating & extended Joint Mobility section using Z-Health principles

- Two Intense Follow Along Workouts  (written …

Beginning Kettlebell Workshop at MMA Academy - Recap

Yesterday's Kettlebell workshop was such a blast.  The variety of people that came out for this was truly amazing.  Everyone had different backgrounds, however, everyone did outstanding. It was one of the fastest learning groups we have ever had.   We had everyone from stay at home moms, personal trainers, aquatics instructor, home exercisers, and some of the best Krav Maga instructors in the world.

Thanks again to Anne and Mike, for allowing me to be the first instructor to hold a Kettlebell Seminar at their awesome MMA Academy.  Kettlebell classes will now be offered at the academy.





Here is some of the feedback I received right away from the workshop.


- Well Organized
- Comprehensive
- Understandable
- Applicable


And very FUN in a non-intimidating environment.


Well worth the drive!

Tammy C,  Santa Cruz, California

"Really informative and not intimidating. Wish you lived in Los Angeles."

Amanda L,  Los Angeles, California

"I was very impressed with Lauren's ability t…

Battling Ropes Workshop/Certification coming to California

If this isn't exciting enough on it's own, all people who sign up will receive a 15% off discount code towards anything at the On The Edge Fitness Store. Make sure you email me after you register.  And yes, OF COURSE I WILL be there. Come get smoked with me.  ;-)


Looking for a quick way to get attention for your training business and separate yourself from the competition?
Have you heard about battling ropes training?
This system is spreading like wild fire around the world and has become an integral part of almost every major sports strength and conditioning program.
I have been fortunate enough to track down John Brookfield and talked him into doing a certification workshop at our gym in Orange County!  John is a world renowned strength coach and holds several strength records that are jaw dropping!  His Battling Ropes program has become a popular conditioning tool for the NFL, Olympic athletes, elite military units and strength coaches everywhere.
“As an athlete who has trained …

Coconut Flour Waffles - Gluten Free

Sundays are my days to cook a special breakfast. Special meaning something out of the ordinary for me. Meaning homemade pancakes or waffles for the family.  I refuse to buy any flour that contains gluten.  This week I wanted to try making waffles with coconut flour. These are easy to make and are ready in minutes.


 Coconut Flour Waffle Recipe

Makes 4 Waffle
Serving size - 1 Waffle

1/3 cup Coconut Flour
1/2 cup Organic Plain Almond Milk
6 Organic Free Range Eggs
1 Tbs of Olive Oil
1/2 tsp of Vanilla Extract
1/2 tsp Baking Powder
1 Tbs Agave
1/4 cup of unsweetened apple sauce

Blend together until smooth.  I use my blender when making any batter. Batter will be somewhat thicker than almond flour or oat flour.

Pour on a heated waffle iron and cook on medium.  These were a little on the dry side.  I think adding 1/4 cup of unsweetened apple sauce will do the trick, but haven't tried it yet.

Let me know what you think.