Here are links to where you can find more of my content online:

The New York Times ran a wonderful story about me and my brother Danny last year.

I’m a regular contributor to

I did a three part video series about the human flag for Men’s Health.

I am a regular contributor to TRAIN magazine.

I have contributed several articles to T-Nation.

I’ve done a couple of guest posts for Mark’s Daily Apple.

I’ve written about strength and conditioning for MMA fighters on Sherdog.

I was featured in an article about “Caveman Chic” in American Airlines Magazine.

Elle Magazine recently featured me in a story on their website.

Here’s an interview I did with Todd Kuslikis on his blog, A Shot of Adrenaline.

Here’s another cool interview I did with Mike Fitch of Global Bodyweight Training.

And here’s one more interview I did with Ryan Hurst of Gold Medal Bodies.

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  • By Marc Flipsen -

    Hi  Al

    I bought your new book last week. Great book !!
    I got two quenstions thought. Wide pull-ups give me sore shoulders (front) and bridges too. What can I do (besides not doing these exercises, which I regret).

    Marc (from the Netherlands)

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Hey Marc – Glad you’re enjoying the book!  Unfortunately, I can’t offer you much specific advice without working with you face to face.  Your best bet is to experiment with various modifications to try to find what works for your body.

  • By Pauldparadis -

    Very happy to find your website. I found out about you through Convict Conditioning 2. Learning about bodyweight training in general was a huge revelation for me. I’ve done yoga on and off for years but never felt completely connected. An interest in kettlebells lead me to Dragon Door, and the rest is history. I’m 36 years old and after 11 weeks of working with both volumes of CC I feel ten years younger; a couple old injuries are healing very quickly and the flag is quickly becoming my favorite exercise. I just started the second step in the clutch flag progression and my inner monkey is quite happy to hang from the pole I have erected on my back porch. Thanks very much for doing what you do. It’s truly inspiring

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks for the kind words, Paul!  Keep training hard and growing younger!

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  • By My Medical Records -

    Very happy to uncover your blog. When i heard bout people as a result of Convict Treatment 3. Discovering pounds tactics pertaining to normal seemed to be a big thought in my opinion. I’ve truly performed yoga and fitness don / doff for some time although never ever believed fully hooked up. Interest in it with kettlebells cause everyone to help Dragon Home, along with the relax is usually heritage. Now i am thirty seven yoa in addition to soon after 11 2 or 3 weeks connected with using the services of both equally quantities of prints connected with CC I find myself several years more radiant; several older traumas usually are treatment right away along with the a flag is usually easily growing to be definitely the work out. I just now started off your second step in this motorola clutch a flag acceleration in addition to the intrinsic monkey is reasonably content to dangle on the scratching post I’ve got put up with the returning outdoor patio. Appreciate it completely intended for accomplishing whatever you complete. It truly is absolutely electrifying.

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