Geoff Neupert, CSCS

Background

Geoff Neupert has been working in the fitness industry since 1993, when he started working in the college gym and training people for free. Since then he's been a Division 1 college strength and conditioning coach at Rutgers University, opened his town's first personal training studio and first kettlebell-only group fitness studio, has written the books "Kettlebell Muscle", "Six Pack Abs 365", and "The Permanent Weight Loss Solution", and has worked for Pavel Tsatsouline as one of his Master Kettlebell Instructors. Geoff has produced a number of popular kettlebell training programs, including, Kettlebell Burn 2.0, Kettlebell Burn EXTREME!, Kettlebell Express!, and Kettlebell STRONG! Since 2000, he has logged over 21,500 hours of one-one-one personal training.

In 2010, Geoff has teamed up with his good friend Tim Anderson, and since early 2012, the two have been touring the US presenting a simple, and unique way to "reset" your body and overcome movement compensations, dysfunctions, and injuries with their Original Strength Workshops. The goal of this system is to help people regain their original strength and set them free from the complexity of our man-made movement restoration systems.

Geoff believes everybody should be and can be as strong as they want to be, both physically and mentally. The two, when trained, perpetuate the growth of each other.

Links

Articles

  • How to Train Your Core to Prevent Injury

    It's easy to say that your core is strong enough, until that day when you feel a telltale "sproing" and are put out of commission. This protocol is the missing element in your big lifts!

  • Two Moves To The Perfect Warm-Up!

    Why spend valuable training time on a complicated warm-up you hate? Hit the weight room feeling strong, focused, and agile after performing these 2 techniques!

  • The Ultimate Guide To The Turkish Get-Up

    The kettlebell get-up is getting more popular all the time, but it's only worth doing if you're committed to doing it right. Here's a complete guide to performing this complex, valuable movement!

  • Cultivate The Skill Of Strength!

    Training for strength has connotations of vein-popping max-effort attempts, but it doesn't have to be that way for you to see serious benefits. Make some time this year for skill-strength training!

  • 6 Things To Do With A Heavy Kettlebell

    Somewhere in your gym, there's probably a heavy kettlebell with your name on it. Training with it doesn't have to be complicated. Just pick it up and try to hold on!

  • Grind To Grow: Try Your Squats And Presses With Kettlebells!

    If you think the kettlebell's usefulness ends with the swing, you're missing out. Sub it out on squats and presses and build strength that shows!

  • Kettlebell Explosion: Harness The Power Of The Kettlebell Swing

    Don't try to learn the kettlebell swing by watching it get butchered in your local gym. Use these drills to nail this powerful movement once and for all!