The Turkeybell Brings Kettlebell Sport To Aurora, IL

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Our Synergy Turkeybell Sport Invitational was so much fun to run. I now have a whole new respect for Ken Blackburn(IKFF), Ashleigh Shooshanian(IKFF), Rebecca L. Cate(IKFF), Eric Liford(AKC), Valery Fedorenko(AKC), and everyone else who puts on regular Kettlebell Sport competitions. Thank you & BRAVO to all the competitors who got up on the platform! And thank you everyone who helped me put on the show.

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General Kettlebell Training Styles

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With Kettlebell Training there are two main styles. Both Hard Style(brought to popularity by Pavel Tsatsouline’s RKC program & Dragon Door) and Girevoy Sport have their place. There is no right or wrong method as many have argued in the past. One is the actual authentic methods used by Russians and one is well… another way of doing ...

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American Kettlebell Club World Kettlebell Championships 2010

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This weekend we had A LOT of fun as the Chicago Police Training Center was the venue for the American/ World Kettlebell Club World Kettlebell Championships 2010. Valery Fedorenko put on a great show and I’m VERY glad I had the opportunity, along with a few of my ...

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Learn From My Girevoy Sport Technique Mistakes

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This past weekend I had the fun experience of Kettlebell Sport competing at the Mid Michigan Kettlebell Invitational in Livonia, MI. This was only my second official competition with my first being a month prior. I’ve learned quite a bit of technique in the past couple months of training. You see ...

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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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