This download includes the following 6 issues of the 2011 My Mad Methods Magazine (in digital download pdf format):
- October/November 2011 Issue
Includes High-Res and Low-Res pdf magazine and a FREE Aaron Cruz Bodyweight Workout (MOV)
The October/November Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine is a special bodyweight training edition that focuses on methods and techniques that only involve calisthenics. The bodyweight training methods involve strength, conditioning, agility, balance, and overall body control that can provide you everything you need to reach your goals, no equipment required.
This issue also features a variety of new Contributors and their unique approaches to bodyweight training, freerunning, tricking, and more.
Contributors to the My Mad Methods Magazine October/November 2011 issue include Raed Barance, Mark Lauren, Joey Alvarado, Anthony Demarco, Jon Celis, Dave Hedges, Al Kavadlo, Anthony Eisenhower, Tom Furman, Joey Paloma, Trent Bender, Ron Morris, and more.
- August/September 2011 Issue
Includes High-Res and Low-Res pdf magazine and a FREE EKG Kettlebell Pre-Test 1/2 (MOV)
The August/September Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine is a 1-Year Anniversary edition featuring the most popular unconventional training method (according to an online poll): the Kettlebell. Whether you're new to kettlebell training or a long-time kettlebell user, you'll find new kettlebell workouts, techniques, certification reviews, workout plans, and more related to the top unconventional training method.
The My Mad Methods Magazine August/September 2011 also includes a workout DVD featuring a kettlebell workout from John Wolf's (http://www.Lead-the-Pack-Fitness.com) upcoming DVD: Evolution Kettlebell Training.
Contributors to the My Mad Methods Magazine August/September 2011 include Angel Otero, Anthony Eisenhower, Casey Kramer, Doug Fioranelli, Greg Mihovich, John Wolf, Jon Celis, Junior Nartea, Lauren Brooks Miller, Mark de Grasse, Ron Morris, Scott Sonnon, Shawn Mozen, Steve Cotter, Tim Bell, Tom Furman, and Trent Bender.
Includes High-Res and Low-Res pdf magazine and a FREE Shadow-Jitsu 10 Minute Workout (MOV) and 5 Warrior Training Workouts (MOV)
The June/July 2011 Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine is a special Military Edition. This special Military Edition includes workouts, physical testing, and other information relevant to military personnel provided by soldiers, professional trainers, military contractors, and more.
The Military Edition features a variety of articles and workouts involving kettlebells, bodyweight training, sandbag training, grip strength training, exercising in high-heat conditions, an 8-week pre-boot camp diet plan, and several more topics. Each article was written by a soldier or certified trainer in order to help people build strength, endurance, and tough bodies for both military personnel and civilians alike.
The My Mad Methods Magazine June/July 2011 also includes a workout DVD featuring a Warrior Training Session by Marine Sergeant Aaron Guyett (www.Innovative-Results.com) and a follow-along Shadow-Jitsu bodyweight workout by Joey Alvarado.
Contributors to the My Mad Methods Magazine June/July 2011 include Aaron Guyett, Jonathan Celis, Tom Furman, Scott Sonnon, Trent Bender, Ron Morris, Mark de Grasse, Nico Rithner, Casey Kramer, Greg Mihovich, Angel Otero, Joey Alvarado, Aaron Wolf, Sincere Hogan, John Wolf, and more.
Includes High-Res and Low-Res pdf magazine and a FREE High Intensity Sandbag Workout (MOV) and a Keg and Sledgehammer Workout (MOV)
The April 2011 Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine is a special edition for martial artists and MMA practitioners. Each article, workout, and exercise is tailored to enhance the strength, conditioning, agility, and mindset of fighters.
The issue includes articles featuring joint mobility, explosive conditioning, battling rope training, overall workout planning, kettlebell power training, explosive agility training, hip strength training, heavy club training, lower body strength and endurance, how to avoid overtraining, combat exercise applications, rotational strength training, a 4-week kettlebell conditioning workout plan for martial artists, a 2-week cutting diet plan, and interview with professional fighters Savant Young, Ian McCall, and Jessica Penne.
The My Mad Methods Magazine April 2011 also includes a workout DVD featuring a follow-along keg & sledgehammer workout by Trent Bender (www.Psycology4Strength.com) and a follow-along sandbag workout by Mark de Grasse with demonstrators Jonathan Celis and Clarissa Vizcaino.
Contributors to the My Mad Methods Magazine April 2011 issue include Anthony Eisenhower, Brendan Cabral, Corey Beasley, Dave Hedges, Greg Mihovich, Jim Romig, Joey Alvarado, Jonathan Celis, Lauren Brooks Miller, Mark de Grasse, Matt Wichlinski, Nico Rithner, Shawn Mozen, Tom Furman, and Trent Bender.
- February/March 2011 Issue
Includes a pdf magazine and a FREE Bodyweight Warm Up (MOV) and a Kettle-Jitsu 3x3 Workout (MOV)
The February 2011 Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine features a 12-Week Sandbag & Bodyweight Workout Plan, Double Half Snatch technique by Nico Rithner, the Brazilian Get Up by Joey Alvarado, Iron Will Training by Shawn Mozen, How to Fight Adrenal Fatigue, an Interview with CSW founder Erik Paulson, a complete diet plan by Lauren Brooks, and more.
The published edition of this magazine also includes a follow-along workout DVD featuring a new warm up and workout from Combat Kettlebell Systems creator Joey Alvarado.
- December/January 2011 Issue
Includes a pdf magazine
This issue features contributions by top trainers, including Matt Wichlinski, Sincere Hogan, Joey Alvarado, Angie Lee, Tom Furman, Nico Rithner, Jeff Draper, Mark de Grasse, Jenny Farber, and Lauren Brooks.
The December 2010 Issue of the My Mad Methods Magazine includes articles concerning self-defense, enhancing explosive power, bodyweight training, Rolfing, kettlebell lifestyle, weighted hiking, log training, stretching and warm up, the dangers of energy drinks, kettlebell training, product reviews, featured gyms, and a gear guide. In addition, there is a complete 8-week workout plan designed to help you maximize your pull up numbers and includes 12 individual workouts and a day-by-day schedule.