Are they useful/functional? Good to go to when a program says something like "ab work of choice"?
I'm in the market for some basic gear that will help me make progress on strength and conditioning goals without access to a legit gym (i.e. stuff that can fit in a car and be brought to a local park). My list currently looks like
* gymnastic rings
* weight vest
* 24 and 32 kg kettlebell
What's missing from that list? Is there some other implement besides an ab-wheel that would be more bang for the buck?
I'm planning to get Steven's new book and do whatever he tells me to do along with lower body strength/power development via kettlebells and barbells when I have access.
I'm not training for any sport in particular — I just want to develop the type of fitness that'll serve me well when I dive into gymnastic skills and maybe MMA in the future.
Last edited by Michael Korczowski; 12-05-2011 at 09:58 PM.
Reason: edited for concision and sounding dopey