I just wanted to share part of my journey with you as I prepare for the Great Lakes Kettlebell Lifting Competition in Traverse City, Michigan on April 17th I thought I’d share one of my finisher sets with you. I’ve been fighting a protruding disc in the L4/L5 section of my spine for a few years. I have an awesome ...Click Here And Continue Reading → Share
After my kettlebell training and Girevoy Sport practice my forearms are usually what bother me most depending on what I’ve done. Proper forearm, wrist, and hand care is vital for a girevik’s (kettlebell lifter) ability to continue training. If your grip goes then you cannot complete your sets and your workout ends. Obviously ...Click Here And Continue Reading → Share
KETTLEBELL SNATCH TECHNIQUE SERIES PART 2: PREVENTING BLISTERS
By: Coach Denis Kanygin
This is part 2 of The Anatomy of Kettlebell Training Series (read Part 1: Undersquat). Today I’d like to address a very common question: how to bring kettlebell down from lockout.
If kettlebell is brought down improperly, it will remove much skin from your palm and cause much pain and discomfort.
On the other hand, if brought down properly, kettlebell will keep hands happy and ...Click Here And Continue Reading → Share
Remember those old Pace Picante Sauce commercials? LOL!!! I used to love those and crack up every time I see em. Check out my all time favorite ones below and crack up with me… NEW YORK CITY???!!! lol!!! Ah that gets me EVERY time.
We’re currently in a blog series called: The Anatomy of Kettlebell ...Click Here And Continue Reading → Share