A Level and B Level Workouts

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Here’s a workout I did recently and it’s a really good one. I think it’s pretty well rounded for OCR training too.

Like always, if you choose the appropriate Kettlebell weights this can be there an “A Level” or a “B Level” workout. A Level is going about 80-100% effort. B Level is going about 65-80% effort. It also depends on where you personally are in your training program peak.

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Freedom Of Exercise

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I was reading a Facebook post today from a fellow Kettlebell coach of mine. He was saying how one of his students completed a lower level Kettlebell certification course. This person also practices, and competes in, Kettlebell Sport. What really irked him was that another Kettlebell coach, and also a co-worker to his student, who has completed a higher level certification course was threatening to report this individual because she was performing the Kettlebell Jerk and that movement was not ...

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What Are The Best Kettlebell Exercises?

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I often get asked what the best exercises are and which Kettlebell exercise is the best. I say to always stick to the basics because the basic always work.

They are swing, snatch, jerk, long cycle clean and jerk, some front (aka rack) squats, TGUs (turkish get up) are good too.

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Making Your Kettlebell Clean More Efficient VIDEO PAGE

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Click here for my newest & super detailed videos on how to make your Kettlebell Clean more efficient by following these simple secrets that not everyone knows who practices and trains with Kettlebells http://www.bobgarontraining.com/kettlebell-technique-video

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