The Evolution Kettlebell Groundwork DVD presents a new paradigm in kettlebell training. The program will help you build a repertoire of movement skills beyond the foundational lifts that are commonly taught in KB certifications. When you have mastered the basics and are left looking for something that will expose and destroy any weaknesses your previous training program left behind it is time to experience Evolution Kettlebell Groundwork!
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, The Primary Series is a valuable practice guide for the beginner through to Full Primary level practitioner. Take a 15-minute class with John Scott and begin your personal yoga journey, or follow John through a complete 90-minute Full Primary Series. John Scott is an inspired and advanced practitioner of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. He has been a direct and continuing student of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, South India since 1989. Certified to teach by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, John's teaching is very precise and follows the traditional method of counting through the correct vinyasa for each asana. This is a great opportunity to practice with a teacher who teaches from the heart. Join in and practice with John's dynamic balance of strength and grace; share his knowledge and enthusiasm for passing on the joys and techniques of this ancient form of yoga.
John Hammond's latest album marks a major departure in one respect – for the first time in anyone's memory, he sings, but plays nothing on one of his records, while Little Charlie & the Nightcats, led by guitarist Charlie Baty, handle the guitars and everything else. The difference is very subtle, the playing maybe a little less flashy than Hammond's already restrained work – think of how good Muddy Waters sounded on the early-'60s records where he sang and didn't play. And that comparison is an apt one – even more than 35 years after he started, Hammond inevitably ends up sounding like its 1961 and he's working at Chess studios in Chicago, cutting songs between Muddy Waters sessions. Harpist Rick Estrin also contributes a smooth and eminently enjoyable original amid a brace of covers of blues standards. There is not a weak number here, and this band is a kick to listen to, sounding more naturally authentic than anybody in the 1990's has a right to (Baty's quiet pyrotechnics on "Lookin' for Trouble" would make this record worth owning, even if Hammond's singing and the rest of the songs weren't as good as they are).