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by Pavel Tsatsouline

Download The Russian Kettlebell Challenge: Xtreme Fitness for Hard Living Comrades eBook
ISBN:
0938045326
Author:
Pavel Tsatsouline
Category:
Exercise & Fitness
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dragon Door Pubn (June 1, 2001)
Pages:
170 pages
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1820 kb
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1537 kb
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1607 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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141


Book Description: Both the Soviet Special Forces and numerous world-champion Soviet Olympic athletes used the ancient Russian Kettlebell as their secret weapon for extreme fitness.

Book Description: Both the Soviet Special Forces and numerous world-champion Soviet Olympic athletes used the ancient Russian Kettlebell as their secret weapon for extreme fitness. Thanks to the kettlebell's astonishing ability to turbo charge physical performance, these Soviet supermen creamed their opponents time-and-time-again, with inhuman displays of raw power and explosive strength. Now, former Spetznaz trainer, international fitness author and nationally ranked kettlebell lifter, Pavel Tsatsouline, delivers this secret Soviet weapon into your hands.

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Both the Soviet Special Forces and numerous world-champion Soviet Olympic athletes used the ancient Russian Kettlebell as their secret weapon for extreme fitness.

Author: Pavel Tsatsouline

Author: Pavel Tsatsouline. Title: The Russian Kettlebell Challenge: Xtreme Fitness for Hard Living Comrades. In 2001 Dragon Door launched the modern kettlebell movement with publication of the Russian Kettlebell Challenge book and video, the world's first ever kettlebell instruction certification program, the RKC, plus a line of American-­manufactured kettlebells. Here is the book that created one of the greatest shifts ever in the modern fitness world, where individuals could achieve startling physical transformations without ever having to set foot in a gym or grind out extended cardio sessions.

Now, former Spetznaz trainer, international fitness author and nationally ranked kettlebell lifter, Pavel Tsatsouline, delivers this secret Soviet weapon into your own hands.

If you are looking for a supreme edge in your chosen sport†seek no more! Both the Soviet Special Forces and numerous world-champion Soviet Olympic athletes used the ancient Russian Kettlebell as their secret weapon for xtreme fitness. Now, former Spetznaz trainer, international fitness author and nationally ranked kettlebell lifter, Pavel Tsatsouline, delivers this secret Soviet weapon into your own hands. You NEVER have to be second best again! Here is the first-ever complete kettlebell training program†for Western shock-attack athletes who refuse to be denied†and who’d rather be dead than number two.

In 2001 Dragon Door launched the modern kettlebell movement with publication of the Russian Kettlebell Challenge book and video, the world's first ever kettlebell instruction certification . eBooks by Pavel Tsatsouline. Related to this eBook.

In 2001 Dragon Door launched the modern kettlebell movement with publication of the Russian Kettlebell Challenge book and video, the world's first ever kettlebell instruction certification program, the RKC, plus a line of d kettlebells.

If you are looking for a supreme edge in your chosen sport-seek no more! Both the Soviet Special Forces and numerous world-champion Soviet Olympic athletes used the ancient Russian Kettlebell as their secret weapon for xtreme fitness. You NEVER have to be second best again! Here is the first-ever complete kettlebell training program-for Western shock-attack athletes who refuse to be denied-and who’d rather be dead than number two.

Both the Soviet Special Forces and numerous world-champion Soviet Olympic athletes used the ancient Russian Kettlebell as their secret weapon for extreme fitness. Thanks to the kettlebell's astonishing ability to turbo charge physical performance, these Soviet supermen creamed their opponents time-and-time-again, with inhuman displays of raw power and explosive strength. Now, former Spetznaz trainer, international fitness author and nationally ranked kettlebell lifter, Pavel Tsatsouline, delivers this secret Soviet weapon into your hands.
  • Foiuost
This is a good book, but Pavel's got better choices out there now. This was one of his first books, before kettlebells took off.

Pros:
Has some interesting forgotten-about variations of the swing and snatch.
I like the 'Kettlebell Programs from Russia' Chapter

Cons:
As far as programming, and getting started with kettlebells, Pavel's got better books out now. Get Simple and Sinister or Enter the Kettlebell instead.
The newer Pavel books have tighter programming and he's chipped away the unnecessary and the overly complex. He gives concrete guidelines and routines in his newer works.

I'm currently serving on a full time SWAT team and am always looking for real world strength training. So many programs and books have it wrong, or confuse bodybuilding with strength training. I've field tested everything I've tried. My job requires both functional strength and stamina/conditioning. I avoid excess bulk and tend to develop wiry dense muscle.

I would rank the strength side of things like this:

Top 3 Kettlebell Books:

1. Simple and Sinister - Pavel
2. Enter the Kettlebell - Pavel
3. Return of the Kettlebell - Pavel

Top 3 Barbell/Strength Training Books:

1. Tactical Barbell - K. Black
2. Starting Strength - M Rippetoe
3. 5-3-1 by J Wendler

Top 3 Bodyweight Programs

1. Overcoming Gravity - Steven Low
2. Naked Warrior - Pavel
3. Never Gymless - Ross Enamait

Conditioning is an entirely different animal, but Ross Enamait's Infinite Intensity comes to mind as one of my favorite conditioning programs.
  • Kalv
Kettlebells are a very unique piece of exercise equipment. Seemingly simple, for the same weight they provide higher loand than dumbbells. And due to their awkward shape, many exercises are uncomfortable and, therefore, more efficient. And unlike other weightlifting equipment, kettlebells traditionaly incorporate dynamic exercises, thus combining wiight training with aerobics. All in all, there must be a reason why kettlebells' popularity virtually exploded in the last few years.

I follow Pavel's work for quite a while and have many of his books. All are of good. This one is in line with the rest.

The RKC is an introduction to kettlebells. A little bit of history, followed by chapters explaining where and why KBs may be used, then who would benefit from them (everybody?). After that - actual KB exercises, including explosive and grinding ones. At the end a few training programs. Exercises are well described with emphasis on good form.

The book does not have an index. However, it is not so comprehensive as to require one. Also, the table of contents is very thorough, and one can easily find any topic. Most references are from Russian research which are impossible to trace and verify for English speaking readers. But there is no research on kettlebells in English sports literature. This is the whole point of this book: it introduces totally new, Russian way to exercise to the western fitness person!

This book is all that is needed to start working with KBs. They are really great way to exercise. You can build muscle, help lose fat, work on endurance, cardiovascular fitness - anything you want. If you want more - then buy other books on the topic, by Pavel or someone else, there are literally hundreds of things you can do with kettlebells.

And yes, kettlebells go well with vodka and pickle juice!
  • Vizuru
I had flown past the 60 year old landmark and was feeling it. Deciding I needed to do something to slow the inevitable slide, yet not wanting to devote my remaining life to fitness training, I decided to try kettlebells as they provide a great workout in just a few minutes per day which was the amount of time that I wanted to allot for workout training.

Wow... There is not much else to say. After about six months, I feel better than I have since I was in my 30's or early 40's. Energy in surplus, I don't tire when doing any moderately strenuous activity. Golfers take note, it added 25 yards to my drives and more than a half club lenght to my iron shots. I now sleep like a stone where as before I would toss and turn. Oddly, I sleep less time but awake completely refreshed. Could be my age - fitness combination, I don't have an answer to that one.

I have a friend who is in his 40's and is in fairly good shape, I now need to stop for him when we are on long uphill hikes. Before he would stop for me. Now he is a believer and ordered the book and a kettlebell.

Highly recommended to anyone who is not satisfied with aging the old fashioned way.
  • Mot
Pavel Tsatsouline can be called the father of the Kettlebell in America. This was a nice addition to my fitness library and I especially enjoyed that it is dated. Their is an authenticity to the grammar that been softened (just a little thankfully) by his time in America. Recommended if you are interested in both the sport of kettlebell as taught by a purist master, as well as insight into the master himself.
  • Arakus
Life, body and mental changer right here. In so much of a healthier lifestyle and it's all do to following Pavel's kettlebells instructions. He was right he will turn boy's into men with his workouts and they are not time consuming or even boring. Sometimes I find myself counting down the time until my next workout.
  • KiddenDan
Good info present in a fun manner. Not a lot of the extraneous either.

Definitely read POWER FOR THE PEOPLE first (title is something like that lol).

I can't wait to read more. I plan to read ALL of his book!
  • Gaxaisvem
As far as the content is concern, Pavel's books are always informative and helpful. He makes the material easy to understand, learn and put it to practice. Book was kind of worn out, but I guess the description of the condition was close. All in all, I have purchased other book from same author and have been following a plan pretty consistently. I highly recommend the book which you can support and expand with other book of same topic and video.