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Moving Target Kettlebell Complex, Part II

[...] By Pavel Tsatsouline, Chairman Several months ago, StrongFirst published Moving Target Kettlebell Complex, a [...]

Revisiting Athletic Body in Balance

[...] , and yet I’ve spent quite a bit of time studying kettlebells with Pavel Tsatsouline and Brett Jones. I came to know Pavel’s work when I watched a DVD of him [...]

Kettlebell Complex Programming, Part III

[...] By Pavel Tsatsouline, Chairman StrongFirst continues to present our readers’ solutions to putting together [...]

No Substitutions.

[...] By Pavel Tsatsouline, Chairman     There is a restaurant in California that serves a mean burger and [...]

Always Be Press Ready

[...] . On a bit of a more realistic note, it is kind of true when it comes to the world of strength training. Specifically, the perception of getting strong. Anyone with time, intensity, and some level [...]

The Strength to Run

[...] bike at a very competitive level. I fell into their way of thinking and all but stopped any strength training I was doing. To be honest, I always felt like I was giving something up. My body may have [...]

Focus (Kime) and the Hard-Style Swing

[...] of a punch is a perfect description of kime. The principles and methods that are studied in strength training and in karate-do are parallel to each other. Many times in my karate training, I heard my [...]

Strength and Conditioning for BJJ Fighters

[...] 20 something years or was it my lifelong dedication to physical conditioning; specifically strength training? Of course, both played a huge role in the accomplishment.  But, personally, what really [...]

The Way to Strength: My experience towards the Italian National Raw Powerlifting...

[...] that is aimed at the competition. When you choose an execution modality for the squat, the bench press, and the deadlift, you must, first of all, choose your goal. What I had done up to that time [...]

10 Things to Know About Preparing for Your First Powerlifting Meet

[...] be prepared. As your body weight goes down your risk of lifting less goes up, especially on the bench press.  My own realization after cutting miserably at a meet was this: I personally didn’t get [...]

StrongFirst on “5×5”

[...] The “5×5” method is credited to Reg Park, a bodybuilder who built a 500-pound bench press in the 1950s.  It remains one of the most reliable ways to build strength in existence. [...]

The Tension Day

[...] .  (Some variety does not hurt, but not on the day-to-day basis.  Switch your bench press grip or move to an incline bench and you are good for another six weeks.) The second component, [...]

StrongFirst SFG Kettlebell Certification Prep Guide

[...] Prep Get-up: 24kg x 2+2 x 2 sets superset with Single leg Deadlift 24kg x 5+5 x 2 sets Two arm swings x 10 reps x 10 minutes Perform reps at the top of each minute – rest till next minute [...]

“Things Are Going So Well, Help Me Screw It Up!” Part 2

[...] getups before moving on the Rite of Passage program. “Simple Goal:” Men: 100 One Arm Swings (sets of 10) in five minutes with the 32kg bell; Five TGUs per arm (sets of one) in ten minutes [...]

Strength Has a Greater Purpose

[...] how cool this was.  I was getting ready to do some kettlebell cleans and presses along with one arm swings at altitude!  I also started to reflect.  What draws me to StrongFirst over other training [...]

Tactical Strength Challenge – The Plan

[...] Swings – at least snatch sized kettlebell, preferable one size heavier Work up to Single Arm Swings – 100 total reps per training session. 10 Get Ups Following Swings – preferably [...]

“Dry, Fighting Weight”

[...]   Geoff has kindly agreed to publish one of his. A Simple Strength Program By Geoff Neupert, CSCS, SFG II One of the best ways to increase overall body strength is to spend some time with the Clean + [...]

StrongFirst Team Pulls Strong Again

[...] Jones competed in the Push Pull.  She pulled 298 in the 132lb. weight class. Jackie Luciano, SFG II, SFL had a great meet in Full Power.  She pulled a PR 330 at 140 bodyweight. I completed in Full [...]

Breathing New Life Into Your Workout

[...]  Bhrigu Yoga and has become a senior disciple of Dr. Shri Brahma Gopal Bhaduri. Katz is SFG II and SFB certified. [...]

Tactical Strength Challenge: Results. News. Prizes. Tips.

[...] By Pavel Tsatsouline, Chairman and Oliver Quinn, SFG II Congratulations to the winners of the Spring 2014 Tactical Strength Challenge! VIEW ALL RESULTS [...]

“Things Are Going So Well, Help Me Screw It Up!”

[...] By Dan John, Master SFG and Mike Warren Brown, SFG The other day on the SFG forum, one of our regulars made an [...]

Kettlebell Complexes for Technical Perfection

[...] blog is about another benefit of complexes—accelerated skill development. David Whitley, Master SFG calls the clean “a swing that ends up in the rack.” At SFG certs we sometimes put [...]

The Stress-Free Strength Routine

[...] By Geoff Neupert, Master SFG, CSCS We just had our second child – a daughter. She’s amazing as is the pure lack [...]

Justa’s Singles Strategy Adapted to Double Kettlebell Pressing

[...] by Iron Tamer Dave Whitley, Master SFG   This is a program that I have used for improving the double KB military press. It was [...]

The Forgotten Benefits of the Turkish Get-Up

[...] By Brandon Hetzler, SFG Team Leader “As above, so below.” -Unknown We like what is new. Look at how well Apple has [...]

An excerpt from: Kettlebell Simple & Sinister

[...] not double the results—far from it.  A decade ago Michael Castrogiovanni, today an SFG Team Leader, identified the swing workout that gives the most for the least: 100 swings total, three [...]

The American Swing

[...] By Brandon Hetzler, SFG Team Leader “All great truths begin as blasphemies” —George Bernard Shaw The American swing (or the [...]

My strength is outta control and I’m hardly trying

[...] by Lauren Brooks, SFG Team Leader Over the last few months I have performed some lifts that I previously didn’t think [...]

The Courage to Do Less

[...] techniques we choose programs like “Power to the People” and “the Program Minimum” that use only two techniques to perfection. When others are at “globo- [...]

Hardstyle for the Sport Guy: Simple & Sinister for Kettlebell Sport Athletes

[...] there is nothing more to take away, then Simple and Sinister is much closer to it than the program minimum from ETK.  Swings and getups.  Clear numbers, clear goals, a crystal-clear progression.  [...]

Everything IS a Nail

[...] safe—they are “anti fragile,” to borrow a word from Nassim Taleb.  The Program Minimum plus goblet squats is true health training.  I can run out of fingers on both hands [...]

Gray Cook on Simple & Sinister

[...] us to an exercise that has more benefits at minimal risk. What Pavel has done is given us a program minimum, and that’s the same philosophical standpoint I’ve gotten to with the Functional [...]

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Moving Target Kettlebell Complex, Part II

[...] By Pavel Tsatsouline, Chairman Several months ago, StrongFirst published Moving Target Kettlebell Complex, a [...]

Revisiting Athletic Body in Balance

[...] , and yet I’ve spent quite a bit of time studying kettlebells with Pavel Tsatsouline and Brett Jones. I came to know Pavel’s work when I watched a DVD of him [...]

Kettlebell Complex Programming, Part III

[...] By Pavel Tsatsouline, Chairman StrongFirst continues to present our readers’ solutions to putting together [...]

No Substitutions.

[...] By Pavel Tsatsouline, Chairman     There is a restaurant in California that serves a mean burger and [...]

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