Kettlebell Sport Practice 101: The Money $$$et

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Kettlebell Sport Practice 101: Practice in thy movement improves thy movement. Forget the misc crap that wastes ur time.

I used to be a HUGE believer in keeping things as simple as simple may be. In fact Lisa and I just minimized a bit of our lives by going through all our ...

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Synergy Kettlebell Training presents Tammy Gerken

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Tammy Gerken, who is a member of the Synergy Kettlebell competition team practicing Biathlon, began lifting Kettlebells a few months ago and took to it right away. As soon as she picked up her first Kettlebell and pressed it overhead, without much effort, I knew right away ...

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My Kettlebell Sport Long Cycle Pre-Competition Practice

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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 ...

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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 Snatch Part 2

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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 ...

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