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Tactical Strength Challenge March 2007

January 27th, 2011 3 comments


TSC march 2007 Crossfit Montreal

Tactical Strength Challenge Woodbury MN September 8, 2007

January 18th, 2011 Comments off


Max Deadlift (3 attempts) Max Pull-ups Max Kettlebell Snatch 5:00

The SANDSQUARE – Extreme Strength & Conditioning Hybrid Workout

November 30th, 2010 1 comment


This workout involves a variety of training techniques, including a kettlebell, sledgehammer, sandbag, and sprints. To make it even more extreme, try it out in the sand. Set up four cones into a square shape, with each cone about 30 yards or more apart. Put a kettlebell at two of the cones, a sledgehammer at one cone, and a sandbag at one cone. Hybrid Strength & Conditioning Workout: A: Sandbag Clean and Squat (10 Reps) B: Sprint C: Kettlebell Snatch (10 Reps Each Arm) D: Sprint E: Kettlebell Juggle (10 Reps Each Direction) F: Sprint G: Sledgehammer Side Swing (10 Reps Each Arm) H: Sprint Circuits: at least 3 (continue for 30min straight for increased difficulty) Rest: 1 min between circuits For more workouts and information, visit www.MBodyStrength.com

Kettlebells To Lose Weight, Improve Strength, Power, Burn Fat

November 27th, 2010 25 comments


www.NewKettlebellPower.com Russian Kettlebells for Fast Fat Loss, Aggressive Strength, Conditioning Training, Size and Explosive Power. Burn fat fast, loose weight and work out anywhere! The Russian kettlebell is the excellent tool in achieving all-around fitness and developing of all-purpose strength. Kettlebell exercises will increase your physical resilience and staying power. It is almost impossible to perform kettlebell routines incorrectly, which insures trauma-free training. People practicing kettle bells pretty much never have any problems with lower back or joints. Rotator cuff injures are unheard of in kettlebell facilities. Exercises improve strength and flexibility preparing you for real life challenges. Ballistic exercises allow you to learn how to use your large muscle groups as a whole instead of isolating them with linear exercises and getting your joints vulnerable and exposed to inevitable joint injures.

Kettlebell Exercise – Learn How To Gain Strength Lose Fat And Grow Muscle

November 26th, 2010 Comments off


plc3demo.com with kettlebells, you can speed up your fat loss not only through the cardiovascular demands of kettlebell exercises, but also by building muscle with them Geoff Neupert, is a Master Instructor with the RKC – the Russian Kettlebell Challenge – the world(s)leading kettlebell instructor certification. He teaches fitness professionals how to use kettlebells for themselves and with their clients. He has been training himself and his clients with kettlebells since 2002. Find out everything you need to know about kettlebell training by going to ➡ plc3demo.com

Strength Training for Wrestling

November 15th, 2010 1 comment

These GA Wrestlers are in Caleb’s Athlete Development Program. Hard workers with bright futures peakperformanceweightlifting.com peakperformanceweightlifting.blogspot.com

Ultimate Strength Training | Kettlebell Snatches | Albuquerque, NM

November 11th, 2010 Comments off

fire-bellz.com Mark H. sets a personal record for kettlebell snatches using a 48 kg kettlebell called “The Beast” in Albuquerque, NM. Firebellz Strength Training, is committed to helping Albuquerque, NM residents lose body fat and gain strength. For more information on our group fitness, personal training, hard style Russian kettlebells and other strength training programs please visit our website http

tactical strength challenge-09/13/2008

October 8th, 2010 Comments off

for fun! kettlebell snatch w/ 32kg. for 5 min.

5 min kettlebell snatch. Tactical Strength Challenge.

May 26th, 2010 1 comment

Tactical Strength Challenge at The Press Gym, Little Canada, MN. April 4, 2009. This is after I bombed on my deadlifts, and pumped out 13 pullups. I got 107 snatches with the 24kg.

Minute of Strength #5: kettlebell turkish getup

Tips on strength and kettlebell training.