Fedorenko on…No Counts and Stopped Sets

It’s a busy time over here in Ipswich, and also over the water at WKC. In Ipswich we are on a countdown to the Kettlebell Pentathlon UK Spring Open (Sunday 3rd March) and working to ensure all competitors have a Continue reading

Fedorenko on…Raw Recovery

This week I want to pull apart the very comfortable notion of recovery, and look at it in its rawest form, when we are still going through the mental frustrations, the physical discomfort and the long haul still ahead of Continue reading

Fedorenko on…Kettlebell Pentathlon

Yesterday I was talking to Valery Fedorenko: we were actually discussing my own training programme for the next Pentathlon in March, and we got onto the subject of advice for kettlebell lifters (novices and experienced alike) training for pentathlon. First Continue reading