As someone working in the fitness industry, I have often been intrigued by how much – or frequently how little – is offered by various kettlebell-specific companies promoting certification and online modular learning. So this autumn I went back to Continue reading
I have recently been online watching some pretty dubious instructional videos on kettlebells, and the common factor is an uber-confident S&C coach who has grabbed a couple of bells, not pursued the path of learning from an experienced lifter, but Continue reading
If I am going to put myself up for comment and criticism, I might as well start at where kettlebell training begins – the swing. Every kettlebell lifter starts with the swing, but not every swing is the same. If Continue reading
Jerks and Bumps try short cycle bumps and jerks (alternate between the two), 2 minutes, 1 minute rest. then Bumps (go heavy), 2 minutes, 1 minute rest then Long cycle Jerks (not so heavy), 3 minutes BOOM!!