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How to Improve Your Kettlebell Swing and Snatch with a Kung Fu Drill

Aug 31, 2005 02:00 PM

So you finally got your client to snap those hips, brace the core, etc. It is all looking beautiful, except for the arm. The lifter just cannot let the tension go and is [...]

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Mixing in The Kettlebell Swing for Super Human Training - Part 1

Aug 19, 2005 02:29 PM

You want to take your power to the next level? Do you want to take your conditioning to previously unexplored peaks? Do you want to be so radically muscled that little [...]

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Snatch a Heavier Kettlebell

Jun 10, 2005 12:55 PM

Sooner or later every kettlebell lifter is going to want to try a heavier 'bell. Over time a dedicated girevik may move up three or four times. The question is, how do y [...]

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The Kettlebell Swing – First for a Reason

Jun 09, 2005 12:13 PM

Why the Swing? In The Russian Kettlebell Challenge Pavel quotes David Willoughby, a 1920s weightlifting champion, stating that the 2 arm swing ?brings into action and [...]

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Kettlebells for Amphibious Special Operations Fitness

May 31, 2005 01:38 PM

I have read a lot on kettlebell fitness for the infantryman, the SWAT officer, the Para Rescue operator, etc. I have been throwing around kettlebells for about a year and [...]

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Waxing Philosophic About Kettlebells

Apr 29, 2005 05:55 PM

Recently I was asked to put pen to paper regarding a philosophy of kettlebell training as it might relate to the philosophy of martial arts training. Let me preface [...]

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How to Combine Kettlebells and Bands for Explosive Sports Performance

Apr 05, 2005 01:14 PM

The use and efficacy of jumpstretch bands within the strength and conditioning community is well accepted. However, not until recently has it been possible to combine bal [...]

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How to Solve Your Training Problems with the Law Enforcement S.A.R.A. Model

Mar 24, 2005 12:53 PM

"Man is at his highest plateau of intelligence when put to the task of solving problems. Without the challenges of solving problems we stagnate and become complacent. W [...]

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How to Make the CMS Rank in the Long Cycle

Mar 03, 2005 03:36 PM

The material in this article is excerpted from my soon-to-be-completed GS training manual. On December 4th, 2004 I competed in a Girevoy Sport meet and became the firs [...]

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How to Squat Deep without Hurting Your Knees, RKC Style

Mar 03, 2005 03:16 PM

While grocery shopping the other day we came upon a half dozen bags of flour that had fallen off the shelf and onto the floor. My three-year-old son, seeing that things [...]

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