The Ho’okahi Class at Kū Performance Hawaii

The Ho’okahi Class at Kū Performance Hawaii

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. -Lao Tzu

Who’s willing to take that first step with me? I’ve been talking about this idea many times on here, Facebook, and even when I meet with people.

The more I talk about it, the more excited I become, and the more I can see it happening.  The Ho’okahi Classat Kū Performance Hawaii is looking for individuals who are ready to join in…

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A Simple Kū Program - Training Twice a Week

A Simple Kū Program – Training Twice a Week

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Recently I had a question about what would be the best program for someone who can only train twice a week and has to be in and out of their within an hour.

Well surprisingly, many of the people I coach only train twice a week with me and see great results.  When it comes to creating a program, it’s important to figure out how to develop a program that will give you the best results.

When I tell…

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Be Part of the Kū Vision

Be Part of the Kū Vision

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The Aipa Project continues to evolve under one single mission of helping others live a Kū life in order to bring meaning and purpose to one’s life.

And from the beginnings of The Aipa Project and my coaching, I’ve used the tool of strength and conditioning in doing that.  Yes, I also write about personal development, self discovery, the Hawaiian culture, but it all works together in building a…

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Suspension Training Push Up Guide

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I just had an article posted on Muscle and Strength sharing 5 Suspension Training push up variations for you to try. These are exercises that beginner to advanced trainees can implement into their training routine.  Whether you are trying to increase you bench press, build an Arnold-like chest, or just add a new variation to a push up, I think you will really enjoy these exercises.

You can read…

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KŪ NUTRITION 101 - How to Get a Hold of YOUR Diet

KŪ NUTRITION 101 - How to Get a Hold of YOUR Diet #liveku #kubody #nutrition

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Me getting excited for my Chicken Satay at a cooking class in Bali.

So, I get asked a lot about nutrition.  Some people even ask me to write up a diet plan with all their meals and foods broken down.

In all honesty, I could do that but I like to take a more ‘Miagi’ approach to things.  In this video, I share with you an Exercise that I tell pretty much everyone who want help to become more aware…

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Day 30: Kū - Stand Strong and Live Strong

Day 30: Kū – Stand Strong and Live Strong

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It’s the last day of the 30 Day Kū Voyage.

And like I always tell people, make sure you finish just as strong as you started.  During this Kū Voyage, I really didn’t know what to expect.  I first started heading in one direction but like the great navigators of the sea, I found myself following a different set of stars to a new destination.

Over the 30 Days, we focused on Hawaiian Values I…

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How to Use Clean Pull Variations in Your Workouts

How to Use Clean Pull Variations in Your Workouts #fitfam #strengthcoach

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I’m stoked to say I have become a contributing author with Muscle and Strength.  I am looking forward to helping others around the world build a stronger and more Ku body.  In my first article, I share How to Use Clean Pull Variations in Your Workouts.  These are exercises are great assistance work for the Olympic Lifts.

Also, if you haven’t had a chance to check out my 30 Day Ku Voyage, I’m on

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Day 23: Hoʻomau: How Persevere and Stay Committed

Day 23: Hoʻomau: How Persevere and Stay Committed

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It always seems impossible until it’s done.
-Nelson Mandela

During this 30 Day Ku Voyage there has definitely I definitely came across some rockiness that made we rethink if I should continue this 30 Day Ku Voyage.

I either felt I was to busy to be writing about this and that I had other more important things to write about than my self-reflections on what it means to live a Ku life.  Ho’omaut…

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