Tag Archives: Kettlebell Sport

Empowerment Through Exercise

Imagine this, what if the purpose of exercising and working out were actually meant to recharge the battery and not to drain it, and that when we performed our hardest workouts we felt stronger and more energized immediately after… Huh? … Continue reading

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Are Kettlebells Good For You?

Take a second and really ask yourself, “are Kettlebells the right choice for your strengthening and fitness goals, or even for a healthy way to spend your time?” Let’s take a look at a series of insights that might encourage … Continue reading

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The Guy To Seek When You’re Feeling Weak

Some time ago I took myself through a marketing program that asked me to create a catchy slogan for North Country Kettlebells. It was supposed to be witty and to play on the core vision for my services. The slogan … Continue reading

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Radiant Tension Part 2

Radiant Tension makes it possible to safely move heavier and heavier loads, it also helps the lifter develop a firm understanding of how to apply their entire musculature to any physical task. In my training programs everything starts with an … Continue reading

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Special Endurance

Recently, I came across this video of a lifter who weighs about 140 pounds, doing 204 straight movements with two 53 pound Kettlebells. So naturally, I mentioned this to enough people to make me just want to repost it here. … Continue reading

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Kettlebell Juggling Progression

In Kettlebell training, it’s hard to progress far unless you are constantly pushing your strength edges and repeatedly pressure testing your ability to control heavier Kettlebells. This is truest with juggling Kettlebells. By the time you can safely flip and … Continue reading

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Kettlebell Snatch Record

Here is a video that I came across a number of months ago and have shared around, although this is the first time that I’ve written about my thoughts on it. I find this to be very inspirational when training … Continue reading

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Youth Kettlebell Lifter

First, I’d like to point out that there is no strength, size, or ability requirement to begin training with Kettlebells- we all have to start from somewhere. As you may or may not know, I am definitely a proponent of … Continue reading

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Radiant Tension Part 1

When I was introduced to Kettlebell Exercises in 2003, the very first thing that I learned was a phrase that I now use throughout my daily life. That phrase is “Pinch The Nickel”, and refers to increasing glute activation when … Continue reading

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Scout Fit

A few days ago I finished with 3 weeks of ROOTS School’s Scout Classes. These classes are designed to present participants with the knowledge of how to protect themselves, the people they care about, and the place where they live. … Continue reading

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