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Tag Archives: kettlebell exercise

Kettlebell Weights: Getting Started, Training Safely and Gaining Maximum Benefit

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

In the April 2012 issue of Black Belt, Dr. Mark Cheng, Senior RKC, one of the magazine’s contributing editors, offered advice on how and why martial artists should start training with kettlebell weights. Here’s some bonus interview content that didn’t make it into the magazine!

When a person is starting out with kettlebell weights, should there
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Kettlebell Program by Scott Sonnon Pumps Up Your Mixed-Martial Arts Workouts!

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Mixed-martial arts workouts involve training for a lot of ground-fighting techniques. After all, you need the ability to get out from under an opponent and establish the dominant position should you find yourself with your back to the mat. Such a situation calls for not only fighting skill in arts such as Brazilian jiu-jitsu and
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Develop Functional Strength for Your Martial Art With Hard-Style Kettlebell Training!

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

The phrase “hard-style kettlebells” describes a comprehensive resistance-training program that’s guaranteed to enhance your martial arts ability. How so? It will bolster your grip and your strength at odd angles. It will improve your burst/rest cardiovascular conditioning. And it will remove the internal imbalances brought on by the one-sided nature of martial arts training, which
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