View Full Version : New Issue of Power Athletes Magazine

Tyler Hass
08-21-2003, 05:48 PM
You can check out the new issue at www.powerathletesmag.com (http://www.powerathletesmag.com).
There has been a lot of discussion lately on EDT style training, so I interviewed its creator, Charles Staley. EDT is very similar in fact to some CrossFit workouts.
There is a pretty extensive selection of articles this month on kettlebell training, including one on the unique Pirouette Kettlebell Swing. John Allstadt wrote the final installment of his series of articles on Pullups.
I also designed sort of an interesting stretching program using the Power Rings (www.ringtraining.com (http://www.ringtraining.com)). I also designed a workout that uses ladders to regulate the time intervals in a workout. It's a beast!


Kelly Moore
08-22-2003, 04:36 AM

Your magazine is wonderful! I've read and reread all the issues several times. Lots of great information in each one. This issue's pullup article is especially interesting - I have my sights set on doing both clapping and a 2X bwt pullup.

I enjoy each issue - keep up the good work!

Kelly Moore
08-22-2003, 04:43 AM
Check out the video clips from Dillon Reeves article in this month's issue. Wow!! I don't think I will try learning those moves without a good coach!

Matt Toupalik
08-22-2003, 06:27 AM
Excellent magazine Tyler!Simon Forsyth's program using power ladders is great and your timed ladders program looks downright brutal.Well done!

David Heyer
08-22-2003, 01:35 PM
I love your magazine! Thank you for all of your hard work.

Tyler Hass
08-24-2003, 05:40 PM
Thanks everyone! I'm glad the magazine was enjoyed. Dillon Reeve is my gymnastics instructor. He is truly amazing. His full-twisting geigners blew me away. He does them on the floor, off park benches, off trees, etc. I can do a Geigner on the floor, but no twist!
About five minutes after I saw him practicing on the floor, I asked if he would give me some private lessons. So I worked with him once or twice a week all summer.
He actually competed at a pretty high level. I think he made it to nationals and all that. He even invented a bunch of E-level (the most difficult) moves on pommel horse.
He is not competing any more due to injuries that set him back. He can still do double back flips and a lot of other cool stuff though. He does break dancing and capoeira as well. As a result, in our evening gyms, I get to train alongside a bunch of break dancers. It's pretty wild in there!
Anyways, I'm glad you enjoyed the magazine. I hope to keep making them.

Power Athletes Magazine- www.powerathletesmag.com (http://www.powerathletesmag.com)
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