Turkish get up

Learn the Swing, Clean, Press, Snatch, One Arm Swing and Turkish Get Up with in-depth video tutorials, tips, and skill-building exercises.
Having a big chest, big arms, and 6-pack abs doesn't always translate to strength.
Coaches can give cues, but the waiter’s walk provides direct feedback about stability and movement.
Follow these steps to develop your total body strength like an old-time strongman.
I've been training for the Iron Maiden Challenge. As a very small person, in order to achieve this goal I had to learn how to lift heavy on a regular basis without overtraining.
Strength training is a monotonous activity most of the time. Sometimes you just get tired of the exercises you’ve been doing.
Here's a list of reasons why you should be doing the get up, broken down by section - as in, the various sections of the movement itself. And no, it's not just simply standing up with a bell.
When it comes to kettlebells, the snatch is often the first lift that many people want to learn. But let’s start at the start and figure out what the snatch is, and how best to build it.
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week - kettlebells, Turkish get ups, running and rowing tips, hugs, and more!
The Turkish Get Up is like a great party trick - it's fun for others to watch and really rewarding to do yourself. The best part is, it really does get you strong, too! Learn the basics here.