up to you to decide
what you want to get out of your own fitness program. We can help
you get bigger and stronger or smaller and stronger, to lose weight,
improve your flexibility, or increase your endurance. Send an e-mail
if you'd like to discuss your particular fitness goals and we can
direct you to the products that will help you the most.
and Kerry's video/DVR series covering strength training basics, beginning
and intermediate kettlebell lifting, and power stretching/joint mobility
is now in production. To order from our e-store, simply click the
- Increase your strength, health, and metabolism by harnessing
your body's built-in strength mechanisms.
- Lift safely and with great power
- Protect your back
- Improve athletic performance
- Master the barbell deadlift, squat, side press, and bench press.
Lifting I: Master the Basics
- Learn how to safely use your kettlebells to improve your strength,
endurance, flexibility and explosve power by following Gregg and
Kerry's step-by-step instructions for proper body alignment.
- Blast your metabolism and lose weight
- Strengthen your back
- Improve agility and balance
- Master swings, cleans, snatches, passes, and the military press.
Lifting II: High Tension Drills
- Add variety to your workouts
- Attack weak links in the ankles, wrists, shoulders, grip
- Improve your core strength for power and safety
- Blow your metabolism through the roof
- Master the Windmill, Side Press, Getup, Front Squat and more
Maintenance: Power Stretching and Joint Mobility
- Give all your joints an oil change
- Prevent or reverse degenerative conditions such as arthrities
and carpal tunnel syndrome
- Improve your resistance to injury
- Learn to relax and re-energize
- Replace ineffetive stretching techniques with high-performance
men, I recommend starting with a single 35lb.or 44 lb. kettlebell,
or you could go with the 35 lb. and 53 lb. kettlebells if you want
more than one. For most women, it's the 26 lb. kettlebell to start,
although I've met plenty who started with the 35-pounder. You can
check out Dragon Door kettlebells by clicking the link below.
If your primary goal is to improve your strength, click on this icon
and order a copy of Pavel's book, Power
to the People. I feel that this book will do the most for you
in terms of dispeling the appalling array of ridiculous strength training
myths that seem to pervade the typical weightroom. I had been lifting
weights for 13 years when I first read this book, and I have to tell
you that I was both glad to have this information and angry at all
the time I had wasted on ineffective training methods.
It's a common misperception that muscular flexibility
and joint mobility are one and the same thing. They are distinctly
different, and whereas the techniques for improving flexibility can
be quite complicated and difficult to implement, putting your joints
through their full potential ranges of motion is quite simple and
delivers a ton of benefits. Exercising your joints feels great, increases
your energy level, relaxes your mind, reduces stress, and can prevent
or even reduce degenerative conditions such as arthritis and carpal
tunnel syndrome in your back, neck, hips, shoulders, and wrists. Of
all Pavel's books, this is the easiest one to learn from -- just glance
at the pictures, read a few paragraphs, and you'll have it down. I
do a 10-minute routine of joint exercises every morning myself, and
I recommend that you do, too. I learn best from reading the book,
but you may prefer the video/DVD.
These exercises are ideal for everyone regardless of age, athletic
background, and current physical condition.
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