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How Kettlebells Changed Everything, Interview, Shari Wagner

Interview with Shari Wagner, RKC Team Leader: How Kettlebells Changed Everything

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How Ben Landry, RKC II got the BEAST Tamer and much, much more...

How Ben Landry, RKC II got the BEAST Tamer and much, much more...

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How to "Live Life Strong", Seth Munsey interview

How to "Live Life Strong", Seth Munsey interview: After my RKC, I knew that what I learned would play a big role at my own facility. We only use kettlebells, sandbags, battling ropes, and stuff like that.

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Jessa Lemoine, RKC, Iron Maiden, CrossFit Competitor, Interview

: I am working on so many things, but am always trying to get stronger. Even though I tend to be a little bit above average strength, I know if I stop trying to get stronger that will quickly fall down because everyone else is also trying to get stronger.

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Interview: Steve Opalenik, Winner of the Street Workout 50 Push-up Challenge

Much of my love for bodyweight exercise comes from wrestling. Even though we hit the weights pretty hard when training for wrestling, we also did push-ups all the time. Our coach had a rule that we had to give him 15 push-ups any time someone swore during practice! Bridging is also a huge thing with wrestling, so I’ve always loved to bridge.

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From out-of-shape social worker to studly trainer, Stephen Llewellyn interview

I was about 27-28, and luckily I had not put on any weight. I think my genes helped me, but I still knew I was quite unfit. One day I started playing squash again—my dad used to coach me in squash when I was a kid. He wasn’t a professional player but he played at a fairly high level.

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GMB + PCC = Magic, The Kirsty Grosart Interview

As a kid I did competitive gymnastics from age six to nineteen, then took a break from it for most of my twenties. It wasn't until I bought my house and built a gym in the garage that I started doing bodyweight training again. It was mostly because I didn’t have much in the garage—I built a pull-up bar, had some mats, a set of p-bars and some rings.

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How Mother of 4, Jessica Pino, Kills It with Kettlebells

Along with knowledge, I feel that a coach needs to be able to do all or at least some of what they are teaching. A good coach also builds a connection with their students and clients, and understands how to interact with them on a physical and emotional level. I want my clients and my students to come in and then feel stronger and confident when they leave—and I want them to come back the next day.

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How Peter D’Epiro trains Spec Ops, Apple, Google execs and so much more…

In some ways it was a straight shot. My bachelor's degree is in exercise science, and my master’s degree is in human movement. I started personal training almost from graduation. It was inline with what I studied, and my lifestyle as a gymrat and former athlete.

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Baseball, Cystic Fibrosis & Kettlebells, Interview with Taylor Lewis

The kettlebell is a really good tool for my athletes, especially since I work with a lot of baseball players now. We don’t do any Olympic lifts with the baseball players, so kettlebell swings and one-arm kettlebell swings give me another way to incorporate speed and power—while reducing the risk of wrist and shoulder injuries.

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