Books

Jeff Martone’s Kettlebell WODbook

by Jeff Martone

Jeff Martone’s Kettlebell WODbook is designed to expose athletes to a wide variety of WODs that will unleash the full potential of both the kettlebell and the athletic performance. The Kettlebell WODbook is for athletes and coaches who have mastered the basic kettlebell movements as presented in the CrossFit Kettlebell Trainers Course, Jeff’s Tactical Athlete Kettlebell Instructor Certification, or in Jeff’s book Kettlebell RX: The Complete Guide for Athletes and Coaches and instructional video “Beyond the American Swing.” The Kettlebell WODbook is a comprehensive training journal to track your progress. The exercises are sequenced from simple to complex, basic to advanced, GPP to SPP with appropriate kettlebell WODs and programming at every level in between. Please note: The Kettlebell WODbook is NOT a comprehensive instructional “how-to” manual. If you are unfamiliar with some of the exercises in this book then find a competent kettlebell coach, attend a kettlebell trainers course or pick up a copy of “Kettlebell RX: The Complete Guide for Athletes and Coaches.” Kettlebell RX contains more than a thousand color photos demonstrating proper technique, teaching sequences and how to detect and correct common errors.

Body Sculpting with Kettlebells for Women: Over 50 Total Body Exercises (Body Sculpting Bible)

by Lorna Kleidman

Save time on your workouts and look better than ever!

Unlike traditional dumbbells, the kettlebell’s center of mass is extended beyond the hand. Because more muscle groups are utilized in the swinging and movement of a kettlebell than during the lifting of dumbbells, a kettlebell workout is more effective, and yields better results in less time. The momentum generated by the kettlebell also reduces stress on the joints and minimizes the chance for injury.

While the general public is starting to catch on to the power of the kettlebell, many kettlebell books on the market merely feature exercises for dumbbells, substituting the dumbbells with a kettlebell. This approach fails to maximize the efficacy and fun of the kettlebell as a workout tool. For the first time ever, Body Sculpting with Kettlebells for Women provides a female audience with kettlebell-specific workouts.

Body Sculpting with Kettlebells for Women will teach you:

  • The differences between dumbbells and kettlebells
  • How the kettlebell’s shape enables endless variety of movement patterns
  • Sport-specific exercises to enhance performance
  • Uniquely designed exercise programs to benefit all fitness levels
  • Where to buy kettlebells and which kettlebells are best for your fitness level
  • Basic nutritional guidelines for a more effective workout

With easy to follow instructions, clear photographs, and extensive information on the kettlebell, Body Sculpting with Kettlebells for Women provides a comprehensive guide to this unique fitness tool, making these powerful workouts accessible to people of all fitness levels.

Created by U.S.A.’s first International Master of Kettlebell Sport, Lorna Kleidman, this guide is sure to bring one of the most effective workouts to date.

Kettlebell Rx: The Complete Guide for Athletes and Coaches

by Jeff Martone

In Kettlebell Rx, CrossFit certification instructor and world-renowned Kettlebell coach Jeff Martone teaches you how to toughen-up your body, develop unbelievable conditioning and stamina, and acquire a chiseled physique by wielding the ball of iron known as the kettlebell. Drawing on his world-wide research and the thousands of classes he has taught to athletes around the world, he breaks down kettlebell training like never before. He offers hundreds of movements, both beginning and advanced, shows dozens of the most common errors students make while training, and offers numerous workouts for athletes of all varieties. With over four thousand step-by-step photographs, descriptive narrative, and detailed programming, Kettlebell Rx is the only complete Kettlebell book on the market.

Enter The Kettlebell! Strength Secret of The Soviet Supermen

by Pavel Tsatsuline

Kettlebell Training… The Closest Thing You Can Get to Fighting, Without Throwing A Punch Federal Counterterrorist Operator The kettlebell. AK-47 of physical training hardware. Hunk of iron on a handle. Simple, sinister, brutal and ferociously effective for developing explosive strength, dramatic power and never-say-die conditioning. The man s man s choice for the toughest, most demanding, highest-yield exercise tool on the planet. Guaranteed to forge a rugged, resilient, densely-muscled frame built to withstand the hardest beating and dish it right back out, 24/7. Once the prized and jealously-guarded training secret of elite Russian athletes, old-school strongmen and the military, the kettlebell has invaded the West. And taken no prisoners thanks to former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor and strength author, Pavel Tsatsouline s 2001 publication of The Russian Kettlebell Challenge and his manufacture of the first traditional Russian kettlebell in modern America. American hardmen of all stripes were quick to recognize what their Russian counterparts had long known nothing, nothing beats the kettlebell, when you re looking for a single tool to dramatically impact your strength and conditioning. A storm of success has swept the American S & C landscape, as kettlebell Comrades have busted through to new PRs, broken records, thrashed their opponents and elevated their game to new heights of excellence. With Enter the Kettlebell! Pavel delivers a significant upgrade to his original landmark work, The Russian Kettlebell Challenge. Drawing on five years of developing and leading the world s first and premiere kettlebell instructor certification program, and after spending five years of additional research into what really works for dramatic results with the kettlebell we have Enter the Kettlebell!

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