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One Way to Train (2) Squats, Presses and Pulls

Published on 25th Feb 2010 at 11:27 by Admin

Ensure you have been shown the techniques below by a qualified kettlebell instructor.

The Turkish Get-Up

Published on 23rd Feb 2010 at 18:51 by Admin

Seek instruction before attempting this. Lie flat on your back and use two hands to press the kettlebell above your chest. Hold it strong in the left hand and keep the arm straight. Bend the left kee and hip with your left foot flat on the ground. The right leg is straight out along the ground. Breathe in, brace the abs and exhale as you roll onto your right elbow (see below).

One Way to Train 300 Rep workout

Published on 19th Feb 2010 at 15:46 by Admin

300 rep workout

Warm up using D.R.O.M. and some squats or deadlifts with the kettlebells that you will be using. Try 5 front squats and hold the last Goblet style for a couple of breaths. When you feel warmed up properly, begin the session. You don't have to use the kettlebell weights that i did but you need 2 kettlebell, one heavier than the other.

Pressing the Kettlebell

Published on 19th Feb 2010 at 15:26 by Admin

Kettlebells, Getting Strong for G.A.A., Soccer or Rugby.

Published on 17th Feb 2010 at 19:23 by Admin

If you play any G.A.A. sports or even Rugby or Soccer, kettlebells are ideal for the team to do strength and conditioning pitch side training. What are kettlebels you might ask? They are versatile weights, shaped like cannonballs with handles that can be transported to the pitch in a jeep or boot of a car.

The kettlebell Front Squat racked

Published on 14th Feb 2010 at 19:27 by Admin

The front squat

The kettlebell Swing

Published on 14th Feb 2010 at 19:12 by Admin

The kettlebell swing

How to Score More in Soccer by Training with Kettlebells

Published on 11th Feb 2010 at 09:22 by Admin

An interview with Liverpool Football Club fitness trainer, Julian Monk at the Russian Kettlebell Certification Workshop in Denmark, August 2006. Article by Liverpool F.C. Fitness coach.

Kettlebell Women

Published on 5th Feb 2010 at 12:53 by Admin

One of my new kettlebell group members made a comment to me last night about how the majority in kettlebell class are women. All of my groups are the same, mainly women. You would think that a class involving lifting, pushing, pulling and squatting cast iron cannonballs with handles would be more attractive to men?

Kettlebell Snatching Versus Long Slow Cardio!

Published on 5th Feb 2010 at 12:40 by Admin

Recently i have taken to some conditioning workouts, namely the vo2 max snatch workout devised by Kenneth (Dane of Pain) Jay RKC Senior. What are the benefits of this workout compared to a long walk or cycle for example? All will burn calories, yes no doubt. Walking will use your body weight in a way that you are well use to using it.

Use the kettlebell or look like one?

Published on 5th Feb 2010 at 12:38 by Admin

Christmas is approaching and the obvious is going to happen for most of us. I am talking about diet and exercise. Yes we will all over eat and probably the foods that are not too good for us, not to mention the extra bottle of Vino or two! Such is life :) So where does the exercise fit in? If anything it should be stepped up during the coming weeks. The calories that you are about to consume over the next few weeks will HAVE to be burned.

Kettlebells and Running

Published on 5th Feb 2010 at 07:24 by Admin

Recently i attended a strength and conditioning conference in the UK. The weekend was dealing with the speed,agility and plyometric end of things. So the weekend would entail a lot of running, change of direction and jumping. Now i am literally a fish out of water so was prepared for a heavy weekend on my body. I can't remember the last time that i went running as most of my cardio work would be in the pool or on a bike. I do a fair bit of walking though, but it's just not speed, agility and plyometric!

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