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Optimal Function, Optimal Metabolics, Interview with Daryl Jelle, RKC

When I started working at Lifetime Fitness, I realized I wanted to be strong, athletic, and in shape. Since I was going to be running conditioning programs, I figured I should probably be able to do them! I found Dan John’s 10,000 kettlebell swing article, and thought it sounded like a good challenge—so I did it.

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Accidental Easy Strength

My goal was simple: learn the lift, practice the lift, and master the lift—everything else in my training sessions would just be frosting on the cake.

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Why It’s Never Too Late to Start Strength Training, Interview with Mary Surprenant, RKC

RKC success story interview with Mary Surprenant: Why It’s Never Too Late to Start Strength Training and kettlebells

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The 4 Pillars of Vitality, Interview, Sage Petersen, PCC Instructor

My passion is feeling good, being connected to nature, and my own vitality. Naturally, I want to increase that connection for myself.

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RKC Team Leader Dorothee Appel's Kettlebell Press Challenge

We’d work to get as strong as possible until the end of the year and start 2019 as the strongest version of ourselves. This challenge would also let me test an online program I was currently working on. I could help people reach their goals, stay on track over Christmastime and experiment with running and overseeing an online training program.

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“As soon as I touched a kettlebell, I fell in love with it.” Interview with Rekha Ayalur, RKC Team Leader

I'm completely sold on kettlebells, especially from what they’ve done for me. I've leaned out completely since I started using kettlebells—even compared to when I was running track in school. I feel good, and I move really well. I can't remember the last time I had a real injury.

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Kettlebells as a Life Tool, Interview with Matt Sillanpaa, RKC

I just wanted a new way to work out, now five years down the road I’ve found a new way to make a living. At our gym, kettlebells are the main tool we use and the RKC really made that evident.

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How to Stay Physically Relevant—With Kettlebells, Interview with Chris Mackey, RKC

When we learned that the RKC was coming to our area, we knew what we needed to do! I wanted deeper knowledge, just for the kids. There’s so much beyond the HKC three, and there was also a personal challenge.​

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“RKC, a huge game changer,” interview with Michael Mueller, RKC

I think that the RKC curriculum is very good at diving into the nuances of each basic movement. It’s been a huge game changer when it comes to working with my clients.

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"Strength From Within”, Interview with Darell Dansby, PCC Instructor

That’s also when I fell in love with powerlifting. But in 2010, I had a horrific back injury. And basically that’s how I found out about calisthenics.

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