5 Kettlebell Drills to Add Real Function to Your Fitness

These lesser known kettlebell movements will expose and challenge your weak areas.
In the thirteen years since I received my RKC certification as a kettlebell instructor, I have seen some interesting evolutions in kettlebell training. When I started the RKC program, probably at least 70 percent of us had never touched a kettlebell before. We went through a wide variety of different drills back then, and I was amazed by the incredible versatility and effectiveness of such a simple instrument.
 

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5 Kettlebell Drills to Add Real Function to Your Fitness

These lesser known kettlebell movements will expose and challenge your weak areas.
In the thirteen years since I received my RKC certification as a kettlebell instructor, I have seen some interesting evolutions in kettlebell training. When I started the RKC program, probably at least 70 percent of us had never touched a kettlebell before. We went through a wide variety of different drills back then, and I was amazed by the incredible versatility and effectiveness of such a simple instrument.
 

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from Blogger http://corneliussteinbeck.blogspot.com/2016/02/5-kettlebell-drills-to-add-real_29.html

Build Your Movement Tribe With Partner Practice

A tool to enrich your health and wellbeing is at your fingertips.

For the most part our training is a solitary endeavor. Although we may train with others, we’re separated, with little interpersonal physical contact. It’s far from a stimulating sensory environment. But a richer, more playful physical practice has tremendous benefit for overall health and wellbeing.

 

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from Blogger http://corneliussteinbeck.blogspot.com/2016/02/build-your-movement-tribe-with-partner_97.html

3 of the Best: This Week’s Top Articles, Vol. 19

These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.

Welcome to our brand new weekend roundup, Three of the Best! Every Sunday, we’ll post up Breaking Muscle’s top three articles of the week. These pieces have caught your attention throughout the last seven days. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.

 

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Why There’s No Such Thing as Flat Feet

Orthotics won’t cure weak arches. Perform these two drills to strengthen your soles and train your co-ordination.

It is likely you or someone you know, be it a family member, friend, or client, has been struck down with a case of flat feet. “Flat feet” is a term used to explain anything from plantar fascia pain, Achilles injuries, shin splints, knee, hip, and back pain. In other words, almost any physical ailment between the ground and your head. So what, exactly, does flat feet mean? Is it a diagnosis? Is it terminal? And does it even exist?

 

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5 Kettlebell Drills to Add Real Function to Your Fitness

These lesser known kettlebell movements will expose and challenge your weak areas.
In the thirteen years since I received my RKC certification as a kettlebell instructor, I have seen some interesting evolutions in kettlebell training. When I started the RKC program, probably at least 70 percent of us had never touched a kettlebell before. We went through a wide variety of different drills back then, and I was amazed by the incredible versatility and effectiveness of such a simple instrument.
 

read more

from Blogger http://corneliussteinbeck.blogspot.com/2016/02/5-kettlebell-drills-to-add-real.html

Build Your Movement Tribe With Partner Practice

A tool to enrich your health and wellbeing is at your fingertips.

For the most part our training is a solitary endeavor. Although we may train with others, we’re separated, with little interpersonal physical contact. It’s far from a stimulating sensory environment. But a richer, more playful physical practice has tremendous benefit for overall health and wellbeing.

 

read more

from Blogger http://corneliussteinbeck.blogspot.com/2016/02/build-your-movement-tribe-with-partner_29.html