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Monthly Archives: February 2011

What is the Best Snatch Technique?

If you’ve been around the kettlebell community for a couple years you know that there is something of a rift between separate groups. There is the ’hardstyle’ group and then there is the ‘sport’ group. And they both have different methods for swinging and snatching

301 Snatches in 10 Minutes?

All I can say is WOW! If you’ve read Pavel’s Enter the Kettlebell you know part of the Rite of Passage is to complete 200 snatches with the 24kg kettlebell in 10 minutes. This is a feat few people do… Yet my friend Logan has

Get Huge with the Renegade Row

The renegade row is an advanced abdominal movement that doesn’t even look like an abdominal movement. If you’ve tried them all – hanging leg raises, stability ball ab pikes, and planks – then you may want to give the renegade row a try. The great

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The BEST Morning Ritual To Build Muscle

Last week, muscle building expert Vince Del Monte released a 100% free TV show that exceeded any expectation you could ever ask from him. Simple put, You GOTTA See This! In this episode Vince talks about a “Morning Ritual” that is designed to alkalinze your

What are Muscle Building Complexes?

A muscle building complex is where you string together a bunch of movements that flow well together and perform them for a few repetitions. There are complexes that involves performing just 1 repetition per movement, and others that involve doing 6 repetitions per movement. Complexes

Gaining Muscle with Bodyweight Training

I’ve written a lot of great article on gaining muscle with bodyweight training. I thought I had covered all the techniques out there. However, Craig Ballantyne proved me wrong. He’s come out with an amazing technique in his new Muscle Massacre training regimen. Here it

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What is the Dumbbell Reverse Lunge Exercise?

The dumbbell reverse lunge is a lower body movement targeting the quadriceps muscle. Other muscles worked include hamstrings and glutes. Here’s how you perform the movement: Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Keep your hands to the sides. To practice this movement, perform them