The roots of the RKC kettlebell system are explained. What does Hardstyle mean? Learn RKC's lineage in hand-to-hand combat, karate, and the Russian kettlebells themselves.
The vertical jump is revered as a test of force production. Research shows kettlebell swings can increase vertical jump. Swings, done correctly, can increase both strength and speed in athletes.
Somehow people get really messed up when it comes to programming their kettlebell workouts. Exercise planning has some common sense guidelines, and so does working with kettlebells.
The get up has been around since the time of strongmen and for good reason. It develops strength, balance, flexibility, and more. It's also how I found the RKC and it changed my body - and my life.
The best way to train for endurance with kettlebells looks as lot like the Westside Barbell protocol from Louie Simmons. Here the idea is explained and sample workouts outlined.
Kettlebells aren't only for elite athletes. As these articles show, they benefit all fitness enthusiasts, from mature athletes, to pregnant women, to experienced Olympic weightlifters!
Despite what people think the RKC is not about kettlebells. Here are five lessons anyone in fitness should take from the philosophy behind the RKC.
From kettlebell superstar Lauren Brooks - this program is for the goals of moving better and increasing strength and conditioning. And also have the great side effects of fat loss and a lean body!
Are you looking for an exercise to improve your posture, strengthen your posterior chain, strengthen your heart, AND help you lose weight? Look no further - you are looking for the kettlebell swing.
Are kettlebells good or bad for your back? What muscles do they really work? Scientists put the kettlebell to the test! Read on to find the answers.
Beginning your kettlebell journey can be overwhelming. You need the key elements to ensure you are on the right path to proper technique, increased results, and all without wasting time or money.
Kettlebells are commonly used in athletic programming by strength and conditioning professionals, CrossFit athletes, elite athletes and recreational athletes
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