Tag Archives: kettlebells

Duty Swings: Tips for Mastering the Swing

Duty Swings: Tips for Mastering the Swing

The Duty Swings Challenge Starts Now For the entire month of June, complete 1 set of 10 kettlebell swings for every hour that you are on duty. 8 Hour Shift = 8 Sets of 10 Swings 10 Hour Shift = 10 Sets of 10 Swings 12 Hour Shift = 12 Sets of 10 Swings I recommend starting the… Continue Reading

Duty Swings: June 1st Start Date

Duty Swings: June 1st Start Date

Duty Swings Challenge: Starting Tuesday June 1st The May 1st start for The Duty Swings Fitness Challenge didn’t work. I started the month with a cold that put me out of commission from exercise for a few weeks. The Duty Swings Challenge will be taking place in June.   Starting June 1st, complete 1 set of… Continue Reading

May 2016 Police Fitness Challenge – Duty Swings

May 2016 Police Fitness Challenge – Duty Swings

Duty Swings Fix all of the damage done by sitting in the cruiser with kettlebell swings. 10 Swings for every hour “On Duty” for the Month of May Are you in? Police week, Memorial Day Weekend, and going to short-sleeve uniforms (if you aren’t already wearing them) make May a great month for Police Officers. You can make… Continue Reading

Armor Building: The Perfect Kettlebell Complex for Police Officers

Armor Building: The Perfect Kettlebell Complex for Police Officers

Many kettlebell or barbell complexes are effective at burning fat, building muscle, and are great for metabolic conditioning. What most complexes lack is the ability to build pure strength. Dan John’s Armor Building Complex does all of the above. The complex looks deceivingly simple at first glance: 2 Cleans, 1 Press, and 3 Front Squats with… Continue Reading

StrongFirst SFG Kettlebell Course Review

StrongFirst SFG Kettlebell Course Review

On May 23rd I had the pleasure of attending the StrongFirst Kettlebell User Course. The course was a 1 day, 8 hour workshop that focused on teaching the kettlebell deadlift, swing, Turkish Get Up, goblet squat, and press. The course focused on those basic movements because they are the foundation of kettlebell training. While the… Continue Reading

Kettlebells and the “What the Hell?!” Effect

Kettlebells and the “What the Hell?!” Effect

“The Kettlebell is an Ancient Russian Weapon Against Weakness” – Pavel Tsatsouline Have you ever drastically improved at something and been unable to figure out why you improved? That’s the “What the Hell?!” Effect in action. The What the Hell Effect is well known throughout the Kettbell Community. Doing kettlebell work, specifically kettlebell swings and… Continue Reading

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