Synergy Dynamics Cool Down Sequence Overview

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The worst thing you can do after a workout of any kind, but of course a good intense Kettlebell Training workout is go sit in a car and drive home without cooling down. What happens is your body begins to tighten up and pool your blood in your lower limbs rather than ...

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Kettlebell Sport Training: Grip Saving Techniques

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In my last Kettlebell Sport workout I practiced a change of hand position during my set of Cleans and I’m thinking it will be what I use moving forward. Instead of fully rotating my hand around (as I normally have for the past couple years) when I pass the bells between my legs, so that my thumb points back, I kept my thumb facing up as almost like I’m holding a hammer. Below I’ll get into exactly what the differences ...

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The LCCJ Cornerstone

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THE LCCJ CORNERSTONE by: John Henrici
(Long Cycle Clean and Jerk)

I have formed the opinion that the Long Cycle Clean and Jerk (LCCJ) is the cornerstone of Kettlebell Lifting whether for Fitness or Sport. Although many view the Snatch is the “TZAR” of all KB lifts I will attempt to build a case for the LCCJ.

SWING – CLEAN – SNATCH

There is no argument that the swing is the basic building block of KB lifting. This motion is used ...

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