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Convict Conditioning: Paul "Coach" Wade on the Fine Art of Building Functional Fitness the Smart Way

May 17, 2011 03:41 PM

Black Belt interviewed Wade to glean some information about his fitness program and learn more about his philosophy on what functional fitness really means.

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Sports Medicine: To benefit from kettlebell workouts, let's tame the intimidation factor

May 14, 2011 07:58 PM

Dr. James Glazer finds Dragon Door to make the best kettlebells after testing all the various kettlebell designs on the market: "In the previous column I discussed the benefits of the newest, old workout in the nation. Kettlebells, originally developed in Russia, are basically cannonballs with a handle. They have been around since the 18th century..."

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ProMMAnow.com Book Review: Convict Conditioning

Feb 07, 2011 05:26 PM

Pro MMA Now Book Review of "Convict Conditioning" by Paul "Coach" Wade. "How 'Coach' Wade put this system together is quite interesting and makes for an entertaining read in a theoretical sense, even if you do not put his teachings into practice. Wade learned his trade from the prison strong men, men who "had no protein shakes, no Nautilus or Bowflex machines…"

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Jailhouse rock hard: 19 years of prison danger helped Paul Wade get fit

Jan 27, 2011 11:23 PM

Interview with Paul Wade in the Edmonton Sun about surviving prison, his training, and his book Convict Conditioning. "Being fit and strong wasn’t an option during the 19 years that Paul (Coach) Wade spent in prison.It was a necessity.'I needed what I got from my training to stay sane, maybe even stay breathing,' he says in an email interview...."

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