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Complex Training: How To Transfer Strength To Skill

01.19.12

You need more power! You need more running! Sometimes, the words still ring in my head from my training partner at the time, Kestutis Arbocius. He was a world class Shidokan fighter from Lithuania who came into the gym to train. He would always say this to me after we had just finished sparring a few grueling rounds after which we would strike the focus pads for a few more rounds, and later finish with some heavy bag work. Always thinking I needed to dig deeper, I did what any fighter... read full story

 
 
 

The Kettlebell Approach to Physiotherapy

Dec 10, 2003 05:10 PM

I guess one of the things I like most about being a physiotherapist or physical therapist is the wide variety of treatment techniques that I have at my disposal to help p [...]

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How to Organize a Kettlebell Competition

Oct 29, 2003 09:19 PM

The first Virginia Kettlebell competition was held on May 3, 2003. It was nothing short of a miracle that the competition was so successful. Although I'm fortunate to be [...]

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How To Military Press the 2-Pood in 8 Weeks

Oct 29, 2003 09:14 PM

At 152 lbs. and 5?7?, I'm not exactly a big guy. As a middle aged desk jockey with a bad back who likes to run, swim, and bicycle, I'm not your ideal candidate for milit [...]

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A Relay-Race in Kettlebell Sport

Oct 20, 2003 08:51 PM

Some years ago a new type of kettlebell sport competition got started in Russia. It?s a relay-race, a team competition. Usually a team consists of seven people, in each t [...]

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The Anchor Raise

Oct 20, 2003 08:23 PM

I began using RKC about three months ago. I started by following Pavel's recommendations for high-rep ballistic exercises using dumbbells, liked the results, and immedia [...]

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Increase Your Kettlebell Military Press One Size in 8 Weeks

Sep 29, 2003 07:05 PM

How To Military Press The 2 Pood (or any next-larger size) in 8 Weeks At 152 lbs., five feet, seven and one half inches, 13% body fat, I'm not exactly a big guy. As [...]

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Infantry Physical Training & the Much Maligned Push-Up

Sep 26, 2003 03:13 PM

To many Party members the push-up is often persona non grata. Pavel doesn?t like them, and if you read the posts on dragondoor.com, neither does the Party. I should clari [...]

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The Structured Flexible Kettlebell Workout

Jul 07, 2003 09:27 PM

I know what you?re thinking, how can it be both structured and flexible at the same time? Well, read on and find out, comrade. If one was to design a well-balanced workou [...]

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Super Joints Performed as a Form of Chi Kung

Jul 07, 2003 09:23 PM

At the same time that Dragondoor.com released Pavel's Super Joints book and video, I also happened to pick up a videotape on Kundalini Yoga by a popular Hollywood "guru t [...]

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Soldier Care Tips

Jun 23, 2003 08:21 PM

A young soldier going to selection asked about some preparation tips. The more I thought, the more I remembered. I began to realize that some of this was in the categor [...]

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