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Movement First, Then Strength: Interview with PCCs Beth and Eric Bergmann

I’ve been a dancer my entire life. I started when I was two because my mom thought it was cute. As the youngest of five children—I was 13 years behind my last brother—my mom also probably wanted me out of the house! I was primarily a ballet dancer until I went to school at Julliard where I had more of a contemporary dance focus.

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4-Time German Overall Junior Powerlifting Champion’s Journey to the RKC and PCC—An Interview with Patrick Heckelmann, RKC, PCC

I’ve been interested in bodyweight exercise and calisthenics more lately and I have never really worked with it. While we had gymnastics classes in middle school and high school, I was kind of good, but I was never really good. And while I did gymnastics when I was small, I never really thrived in it.

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From Dialysis to Incredible Feats of Bodyweight Strength, Katherine Marini Interview

I have been involved with fitness ever since I was really little. As a teenager, I competed on a national level as an artistic roller skater. After I quit at age 17—and after a couple months of doing nothing—I realized that I needed physical activity to be myself. So, I started going to the gym.

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Very Strong, But Out of Shape? Here's The Fix, Interview with "Rigger" Butch G.

Very Strong, But Out of Shape? Here's The Fix, Interview with "Rigger" Butch G.

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How to Blend Yoga, Kettlebells & Calisthenics, Blair Rockoff Interview

Interview with Blair Rockoff, RKC, PCC: How to Blend Yoga, Kettlebells & Calisthenics

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Rene Grobecker: 35% increase in bone density with kettlebells and much more

Rene Grobecker: 35% increase in bone density with kettlebells and much more

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Coach to Grow, Teach to Learn, the Dafna Hayman interview

Even though we're coaches focused on helping other people, we need someone to look at us! I strongly believe that every trainer needs a trainer. I never write my own programs, because if I do, I’ll only train what I love and not necessarily what I need to be doing.

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How Stephanie Woods Lost 60lbs with Kettlebells and Right Eating

Don't give up on something that’s meaningful to you, kettlebells might seem hard in the beginning, but when starting a new fitness regimen, everything can be pretty hard. If it were easy everyone would do it!

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The Dan John Dragon Door Interview

Before I went to one of the early RKC conventions in 2005, I had no idea what a swing really was! I was so quad dominant that I was doing leg extensions as swings, because I didn't know. At that convention, I picked up my first kettlebell, got involved in sending some emails back and forth with some people, and now here we are!

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From near-death to fitness inspiration, the Freda Mooncotch-Al Kavadlo story

It was exactly the inspiration I needed, and helped me to focus on something other than being sick or getting well. So I started stretching and changed my very boring, monotonous training routine.

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