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9.69 out of 10 (16 reviews)
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By Wilson Castillo Leesburg, VA USA

All I can say is "WOW".I have been looking for one like this for a while.Pavel explains and repeats how to do the exercise which is one thing I like.I only have 7 months using Kettlebells and now I use nothing else except that and this DVD.It also helped me dominate the 53lb kettlebell just…
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More Russian Kettlebell Challenges

25 Evil Drills for Radical Strength and Old School Toughness

With Pavel Tsatsouline

DVD, 40 minutes

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  1. The Traditional Bent Press
    Eight success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • What is the correct foot alignment?
    • How should you angle your torso?
    • What is the correct position for your butt?
    • How do you and why should you 'elongate' your spine?
    • How and why should you recruit your lats?
    • Where should you focus your gaze at all times?
    • What two motions are crucial for acing the Traditional Bent Press?
    • Where do you turn your shoulder in relation to the kettlebell?
  2. The DARC Swing
    Six success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • Why you absolutely mustn't let the kettlebell pull you forward—and what to do if it happens anyway.
    • Where is the only safe place to practice this technique?
    • Why you need think of the kettlebell as "a wrecking ball at the end of a chain".
    • What is the correct groove for the technique?
    • What breathing technique helps you safely unload your spine?
    • What specialized exhalation optimizes your upswing?
  3. The Armwrestler's Wrist Curl
    Four success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How do you best employ your triceps?
    • What should you not do with your elbow?
    • What should you do not with your shoulder?
    • How do you best employ your lat?
  4. The Farmer's Walk
    The key success secret for strength and optimal performance
    • What vital adjustment must you make to your wrists?
  5. The Floor Wrist Drill
    Three success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • Why you need to employ the" big squeeze" for best results.
    • What performance-boosting ploy to employ with your lat and stomach.
    • How can you utilize your "free" hand for added advantage?
  6. The Reverse Floor Wrist Drill
    Two success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • Why you need to employ the" big squeeze" for best results.
    • What performance-boosting skill to employ with your torso and stomach.
  7. The Front Squat


    Fifteen success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How do you discover your own personal, optimal squatting stance and why is this so important?
    • What must you absolutely do with your shoulder girdle?
    • What must you absolutely do with your shoulder blades, your chest, and your forearms?
    • Where must you keep the locus of your energy for best results with this technique?
    • What's the optimal position to hold the bells?
    • Why you cannot afford to surrender yourself to gravity.
    • How to actively employ your hip flexors for a tremendous secret advantage.
    • Why and when you want to "pull your hips out of their sockets".
    • How can you improve your hip flexibility for better results?
    • When to employ the powerful "anal-lock" technique.
    • What four parts of your body is it crucial to tighten before you descend?
    • How to breathe on the way down and in the hole.
    • Where not to place your elbows on the bottom of the squat.
    • What special strengthening technique can you apply with your feet on the way up?
    • What extra breathing techniques can push you through the sticking points?
  8. The Get-Up Situp
    Seven success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to correctly position your tailbone and lower back.
    • What should you not do with your elbow?
    • Where should you focus your gaze at all times?
    • What is most important to emphasize in this technique—it's not what you think!
    • How to recruit your armpits in the war on weakness.
    • What you must absolutely do with your glutes and abdomen, on the way up and down.
    • What key warning sign let's you know you are dangerously "off" on your technique?
  9. The Turkish Get-Up (Squat Style)
    Three success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to correctly employ your rigid arm throughout the set.
    • Where should you focus your gaze at all times?
    • What extra-edge technique should you employ as you are about to start the overhead squat?
  10. The Para Press
    Three success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • What not to let happen with your shoulders
    • Why you need push yourself away from the kettlebell.
    • What is the optimal position to start the drill?
  11. The Knee Supported Row
    Four success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • Where to rest your forearm—and where not to.
    • Where do you pull from?
    • What is the correct trajectory when lowering the kettlebell in an arc?
    • How do you perform the row with two kettlebells in one hand?
  12. The Renegade Row



    Three success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to "set" your whole body for maximum strength and stability.
    • Why you can't afford to let the kettlebell you are resting on shift.
    • What is a perfect arm-busting exercise to alternate with these rows?
  13. The Floor Post Up & Press


    Ten success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to ensure you start safely.
    • How do you "post up" successfully?
    • What is a vital tip for correct shoulder blade placement?
    • How should your feet be?
    • The first four key things to do as you initiate the move.
    • What unusual technique should you employ as you lower the kettlebells?
    • How to guard your strength at the bottom.
    • Two vital body parts to squeeze and tense when pressing up.
    • How to recruit your armpits for greater results.
    • When it can be dangerous to attempt to control your kettlebells.
  14. The One Legged Deadlift
    Seven success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to simultaneously improve your balance and strength.
    • Why barefoot is best.
    • When it's okay to pause and relax.
    • Two key actions to perform before you rise up.
    • What special strengthening technique can you apply with your foot?
    • What to lock out and what to contract for best success.
    • What do you do if you lose balance?
  15. The One Legged Military Press
    The key success secret for strength and optimal performance
    • How to simultaneously improve your balance and strength.
  16. The Olympic Style Snatch
    Eight success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • What is the optimal trajectory when pulling the kettlebell?
    • How should your arm be—tense or loose ?
    • How to employ your hips for maximal effect.
    • Why you need to come up on your toes.
    • Why you need to punch up at the top.
    • How to best let down the kettlebell.
    • What to do on impact and how to breathe.
    • How to breathe at rock bottom.
  17. The Anchored Snatch & Alternate Snatch


    Two success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • The correct stance for safety and functionality.
    • How to protect your knees.
  18. The Seated Good Morning Stretch


    Four success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to most safely position the kettlebell behind your neck.
    • What to do with your chest, gaze and spine as you initiate the move.
    • A specific method for tightening your hamstring.
    • How to best achieve a deeper stretch with correct breathing and tension control.
  19. The Two Kettlebells Clean


    Six success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to recruit the hips for easier lifting.
    • What to tighten up on impact and how to breathe.
    • Why leaning back is a deadly sin.
    • What to use and not to use when you decelerate the kettlebells.
    • How and why to avoid being pulled forward.
    • How to establish the perfect groove, for both directions.
  20. The Two Kettlebells C&P
    Four success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • What you must master first before you try this exercise.
    • Why you shouldn't re-bend your knees when cleaning the kettlebells.
    • What is the correct body tension?
    • How to take advantage of "stored" tension in the clean.
  21. The See Saw Press
    Three success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to position your knees and feet.
    • How to place your hip.
    • How to employ a karate punching technique for a more effective press.
  22. The One Arm/Two Kettlebells Deadlift
    Five success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • What is the optimal grip for safe and effective handling?
    • How to use your feet to greater advantage.
    • How to position your elbow.
    • What should you do with your triceps, lat, and pec?
    • What special emphasis should you place on your glutes and abs?
  23. The Low Windmill


    A key success secret for optimal performance
    • How your free arm can improve your results.
  24. The Floor Seated Press


    Two success secrets for safety, strength and optimal performance
    • How to compensate for tight hamstrings.
    • How to correctly bring the kettlebell to your shoulder.
  25. The Split Press
    The key success secret for safety, strength and optimal performance—and one vital warning!
    • Why this technique may not be for you!
    • How to avoid tearing your groin muscles.
 
 
Read Reviews For: More Russian Kettlebell Challenges (DVD)
9.69 out of 10 (16 reviews)
 
 
Rated 10/10 Best Kettlebell DVD
 
By Wilson Castillo / Leesburg, VA USA

All I can say is "WOW".I have been looking for one like this for a while.Pavel explains and repeats how to do the exercise which is one thing I like.I only have 7 months using Kettlebells and now I use nothing else except that and this DVD.It also helped me dominate the 53lb kettlebell just by following the techniques.I recommend it for tough guys looking for more challenges that this ball can offer.Thanks Dragon Door for existing and Pavel thanks for making me look bigger and stronger with the help of this DVD and Kettlebells.

 
Rated 10/10 I THOUGHT I WAS MOVING ON
 
By bookie / Bronx ,NY

As a beginner I had moved from 35 to 44lbs thinking I ready ,after watching this DVD I realized I was stil a freshman on RKC so I went back to 35lbs
The bent press is an amazing drill and the way the turkish get up is performed is a bit different and better from the other dvd I watched but still a cure to sholders ,thank you comrade TATSOULINE

 
Rated 10/10 The Real Deal Here :
 
By Victor / Boca Raton, Florida USA

It is about time someone put the "Fit" in Fitness !

Pavel does this with his direct no nonsense approach ?If it was easy everyone would be doing it!". If you are a lazy couch potato this is not for you but if you are serious about total body strength training buy it NOW and have the Kettlebells ready!

Thank you Pavel !

 
Rated 10/10 TOTALLY AWESOME
 
By Greg T. Sheriff's Dept. / California U.S. of A.

As Law Enforcement, I can tell you that if you are not in shape for a fight or have the toughness (physically and mentally) to keep fighting after being stabbed or shot by a suspect, one day you are going to die. I have been working with my kettlebells for a week now following along with the DVD and getting an awesome workout everytime. Pavel's directions are easy to follow and very detailed. HIS ATTENTION TO DETAIL WILL SAVE YOU FROM INJURY...........IF YOU LISTEN ! ! ! ! These are awesome full body workouts that will put you in fighting trim building BOTH strength and endurance. Thanks to you Pavel and the people at Dragon Door for bringing a fantastic OLD SCHOOL tool back to the forefront of REAL fitness here in the U.S.

 
Rated 10/10 Good enough to buy twice
 
By Robert Lightfoot / Waycross, GA

Bought the DVD as I'm shifting away from VHS tapes. Like the exercises (the same way I like being choked and arm-barred in my ju-jitsu classes). A good collection of variety to expand on the original Challenge.

 
Rated 10/10 By far the best
 
By Fitzy / Rhode Island

Of all the DD videos that I have seen, this one is hands down the best. Why?

- Multiple camera angles throughout

- Close-ups of Pavel in action.

- Aside from demonstrating the exercises, Pavel also explains the exercises in fine detail. Some of the other videos lack this aspect.

 
Rated 10/10 Impact selling at its best.
 
By Ed Huyett / St. Joseph Mo.

I was very impressed and am sold. I will buy your video and the KBs

 
Rated 10/10 A Real Treat!
 
By Christian Rubio, Certified RKC Instructor / Lake Mary, Florida United States

Comanadant of this "Courage Corner" former Russian Spetsnaz D.I. Pavel Tsatsouline delivers some outstanding instruction that has to be seen to be appreciated. Do your self a favor, skip over all of the over-hyped up advertising about this video and just do yourself a favor and get this video. The quality is what you would expect of a Tsatsouline video. The drills are demostrated with adept skill and perfect execution. He is an example that this stuff works.

25 drills in this video. Some of them expand on the ones previously demonstrated in the "Russian Kettlebell Challenge", and make them more challenging. Others are ones you've never seen before. All of them are "must haves" in your KB lifting repotoire. All of them are tough. There are no namby-pamby excercises in this video.

Tsatsouline demonstrates the drills with the ease and grace normally reserved for an Olympic figure skater, only this guy, who looks like he was carved out of stone, and is heaving hoisting kettlebells. I am very satisfied with the purchase of the video. Originally I was tuned out by too much hype, however the video delivers. I am glad I bought it. My kettlebell lifting which is always improving, has already improved from it.

The video has more camera angles than the first, however, I would start with the "RKC" before getting "More RKC". More RKC definitely will improve my KB lifting for a long time to come.

 
Rated 9/10 Great detailed info. Must have for intermediate to advance gireviks
 
By Dave Randolph, RKC / Louisville, KY

The video takes you through some new moves with great detail and also revisits some older ones with more attention to the finer points. Many of the movements are shot from multiple camera angles making it much easier to see what Pavel is doing. It shows where the hips are in relation to the shoulder & to the kb which is essential when lifting heavier weights. IMO, this is definitely not a beginner's tape.

This tape will give you many more wepons is your arsenal of kb exercises. Hopefully it will help you to come up with some new moves of your own. Kb offer variety of exercises and great flexibilty in program design and this video will give you more to work with.

Pavel also points out the dangers inherent in not focusing on what you are doing! KB demand respect & the bite hard if they dont get it!

I love the kb row from the pushup position, the get-up situp is great for the abs and arms and the OLY style snatch should enable me to snatch the 2 pood soon. The variation on the Bent Press technique will let work that exercise now where I couldnt before becuase of apparent lack of flexibilty across the mid back/base of scapulae.

Highly recommended!

 
Rated 9/10 Excellent sequel to Russian Kettlebell Challenge
 
By Gene / San Francisco

This DVD immediately provided the means for me to extend my current routine, and improve my technique on exercises that I have been doing for some time. Some exercises are new to me and fantastic - I especially like the Renegade Row. The Getup Situp is a fine exercise, I imagine, but I cannot quite manage it yet, even with the 1 pood... Other exercises are variations on the classic exercises. I especially 'enjoy' the anchored and alternate snatch. It is quite obvious just from one day's practice of them, that they will help improve my snatch technique. Other exercises are not new to me, but Pavel provides valuable technical assistance for their proper execution. I especially appreciate the extra time he gives to the front squat, and I can already feel the results from my improved technique. I haven't had the time yet to try all of the exercises - the wrist drills look quite interesting, and I suspect they are far more difficult than Pavel makes them seem. This DVD is NOT only for advanced KB'ers. I would certainly not consider myself advanced, having virtually no background in strength training, and having only a few months experience. I would I would say that it is invaluable for anyone who isn't a rank beginner, and who is SERIOUS about improving his/her technique and getting into better shape. I do wish that Dragondoor would accompany these tapes with a list of exercises and the elapsed time at which they appear on the tape. I must confess that my favorite moment on the tape is Pavel's diabolical chuckle when he drops the KB during his demonstration of the DARC swing.

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