02 Mar RT 163 | Hot Topics In Kettlebells, Strength, And Programming

In this week’s show, I answer some fantastic reader and listener questions about training and performance.

You’re guaranteed to learn something new in this week’s episode where I’ll chat about some “hot topics” in strength and conditioning.

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In this week’s show, you’l learn:

  • Quick advice on injury prevention (a recent lesson learned)
  • How many reps should you do when getting started with kettlebells?
  • Thoughts on kettlebell sport (GS style) and back health
  • How “heavy strength training” helps the endurance athlete
  • Specific training considerations for endurance training events
  • How to adjust programming based on limited ROM (range of motion)
  • Specifics on “de-loading” and what to do after intense structured programs
  • Advice on preparation for the SFG kettlebell certification

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