kettlebell training

“Well, that sucked.” My client put his kettlebells on the ground, contemplating how in the world he got crushed by such little weight.
I treat kettlebell sport like a job. I’ve even practiced technique in front of mirrors in public restrooms. Here's what it looks like to train for kettlebell sport.
Here are three workouts for the experienced kettlebell user, as well as templates on how to lay out your workouts for the week.
The following are some of the ways you can improve your pressing, or just change the feel of it, by using different variations to work on your weak points.
I came up with two different carry-based kettlebell workouts that are both equally challenging, but for different reasons.
A fellow in great distress came to me through email and inquired as to which of my kettlebell complexes are best for the accruement of strength.
Over the last two weeks I've made focused on the basic kettlebell exercises I'll need for the certification. I've also started the 300 swings a day challenge to supplement my training.
The StrongFirst Tactical Strength Challenge is based on functional and varied exercises that challenge an athlete's strength and endurance. Are you signed up?
I felt a little slow this past week, so I’m sensing a lighter week in my near future. Overall, the press still feels good and I feel like my bent press is getting tighter.
To go from a 12kg kettlebell to a 16kg is a 30% jump. From 16kg to 24kg is a 50% jump. How do you train to go heavier without smaller increments? Here's the strategy I recommend.
The following is a three day per week routine for strength and size based only around the double clean. It's simple, well-rounded, and most importantly - effective.
This book includes sections from all the superstar coaches of the RKC, along with 45 kettlebell workouts. If you're a fan of kettlebells, you'll probably want to check this one out.
The tried and true kettlebell was a hot topic this year at Breaking Muscle. Here are our top 10 most popular posts on kettlebell training from 2012!
"Kettlebell Boomer" provides over 100 minutes of kettlebell workouts, as well as instruction and athlete interviews. I recommend this DVD to older adults who want to use kettlebells as they age.
Andrea DuCane describes her "Kettlebell Goddess" DVD as “an exercise program with the flexibility and effectiveness of a personal trainer in your living room." Does the DVD live up to these claims?
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!
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.