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Simple Ways to Improve Your Stretching

Jul 24, 2002 02:00 PM

First off, I just want to say that I used to be incredibly stiff. After some stretching, I am now on my way to nearly pliable. In my quest to defeat my Al Gore syndrome [...]

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Be a First-Class Girevik!

Jul 17, 2002 05:00 PM

For a beginning/intermediate girevik, I think the best goal you can set is to match the Class I numbers in The Russian Kettlebell Challenge. Get there, and you will enjoy [...]

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Breathing Ladders

Jul 17, 2002 03:12 PM

"Breathing ladders" are a very effective technique I've come up with for developing cardiovascular endurance. They are based on my observation, in karate training, that e [...]

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Squat-Jerks for Explosive Power and a Great Full-Body Workout

Jul 02, 2002 02:47 PM

Squat-Jerks for Explosive Power and a Great Full-Body Workout By George Nolly, RKC, a.k.a. Comrade Yuri I do most of my kettlebell work in my back yard. This is al [...]

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The Devil Is in The Details - The Bench Press

Jul 02, 2002 02:20 PM

THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS: THE BENCH PRESS by Jack Reape I do not consider myself a great bench presser. I know a couple great Bench Pressers, and I assure you, [...]

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GTG and Ladders in Martial Arts Training

Jun 14, 2002 01:14 PM

In this article I would like to describe some of the drills that I put together to help my martial arts training. I do my forms, kicking and punching drills, footwork dri [...]

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Strengthening The Core to Help a Beginning Deadlifter

Jun 14, 2002 01:09 PM

As a fairly recent convert to the joys of deadlifting I?ve struggled with getting my lift beyond my body weight (currently around 225 lbs. at 6 ft.; I am 50 years old). [...]

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The US Department of Energy Kettlebell Man Maker

Jun 14, 2002 01:07 PM

Okay, comrades, it's been eighteen months since I picked up my first kettlebell. I'm a retired Army Special Forces Master Sergeant and a certified kettlebell instructor. [...]

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The Evolution of a Deadlifter's Training

Jun 04, 2002 07:22 PM

I started lifting in what I like to think of as the "golden years" of powerlifting, the early 80s, before politics and training gear destroyed the sport. I always wanted [...]

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Mind Power Doctrine of an Iron Warrior

Jun 04, 2002 07:03 PM

There is an old adage that says, "Think big, act big, to get big." It is therefore very important to learn about mind doctrine management if you want to become bigger an [...]

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