This entry was posted on August 12, 2009 by fitprosarah. It was filed under Sarah Says and was tagged with Rippel Effect, website.
Wow! How does one experience this “Rippel Effect”?
August 13, 2009 at 7:57 pm
I think you already have a bit of an understanding…although I am thinking I need to unleash the fury on you a bit more tomorrow!
See ya in the morning!
PS – we will go for a ride soon!
PSS – did you hear that you can hit yourself with a kettlebell or throw your back out? Your trainer is old fashioned. Make sure she doesn’t konk teach you to do a clean and konk, thereby knocking your lights out next time. Those gosh darn kettlebells…they are so overrated…who uses em? I’m thinking y’all need to equip the pool house with a few nifty dinosaur-like machines…that would be a better idea…and if they gather cobwebs, well, just make sure the maids dust em off now and then. ;D
August 13, 2009 at 9:12 pm
I think they are a danger to your health. Hit my head on one when doing the Turkish get up. Yes, hit my head on one. I came down and forgot about the one behind me on the floor. So much for blinking safety. The birds around my head were chirping, but I did not stop and carried on with a very big bump on my head. What was it about the: No pain, no gain? Bruises on my lower arms just from holding/ leaning the kettlebell against my arm. I now wear 2 layers of legwarmers (on my arms of course) and I still get light bruising just from leaning. Bruises on my upper arm but I guess I suck at cleans but I am sure I will get there one day. Things can only get better. I hope ;o)!
August 14, 2009 at 12:22 pm
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