Nothing exciting to report at the gym today. So here is my workout...
Swings 16kg - 20 X3
30 second on 30 seconds rest (Aaron got me a Gym Boss!!!)
Single hand Swings 16kg - 18/18 X3
30 second on 30 seconds rest (fewer reps with the shs?)
C+SQ+PP+NP - 16kg - 5/5 X3
Lunges - 16kg 12 steps out 8 push ups 12 steps back
Renegade Rows - 12/12kg - 10
16/16kg - 10 X 2
Pull Overs on a SB - 12kg - 12
16kg - 10 X2
TGU 16kg - 3/3 using the squat method - I love overhead squats...
I really want to try tgu's with the 20kg... but I am scared I will have to get Aaron to spot me.
I have a client who has been reading my blog... she told me today that my blog is a little "reserved". So, I will rant about one thing that has been bugging me, and I don't really know what to do about it...
There is a trainer at my gym who made fun of my Kettlebells when I first started training with them. I was pretty enthusiastic... I told everyone at work how great they were, I would show off all the neat new things I could do with them. This is to my co-workers... not the members. These are the people who should know a cool thing when they see it, this is our work...
So... here is my beef.... now this person is using MY (the K'bells are mine and Angela's) K'bells on his clients. He doesn't know what he is doing. Plus he is going through a phase of being WAY into functional training, spending almost the whole hour with a client doing all this one leg standing forward reaches; crap on the Stability Ball, weird stretching movements. I am sure everything has a good purpose... but a whole hour?
Now I am a libertarian... do I just let it go? He is not hurting my K'bells, or me or my clients... or do I say something?