Beast Tamer Challenge: Lorne & Courtney Szorc Are Machines

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After their Skinny Strong Fat Blasting Kettlebell workout today both Lorne and Courtney wanted to show their family pride and raise the bar in our Beast Tamer Challenge.

The challenge basically is during the month of January. Men qualify at 100 and Women at 50. Whoever ...

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Kettlebell Training & Forearm Recovery Care

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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 ...

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The Anatomy of Kettlebell Training: The Swing

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The “style” of kettlebell training I practice is called Girevoy Sport or G.S. It is a fluid style where the body works as efficiently as it can to move the weight throughout the given range of the desired movement.  Our goal is to primarily achieve an overall strength endurance so we only utilize the necessary muscles without purposely and needlessly over exerting as taught  by other schools or ...

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The Russian Kettlebell Fireside Chat

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Most of you probably won’t necessarily remember Franklin D. Roosevelt having his “Fireside Chats” during his presidency. (If you are old enough bless you because you can probably run circles around most of today’s youth.) FDR did this to soften the government with which he ran and bring it on a level where it was like he ...

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Bone Stacking The Long Cycle

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Thousands of Gireviks can’t be wrong. If you have never performed Long Cycle or performed it with proper form or you would not think it would be the best overall full-body functional movement period.  Just by looking at it performed non-practitioners would probably think it is bad on the back.  In the rack position(bells held at shoulder level with the elbows on the hips) ...
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