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characters Kettlebell Simple Sinister ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB À Learn how to use the extreme hand held gym from the source the man who started the kettlebell revolution Simple Sinister will prepare you for almost anything life could throw at you from carrying a piano upstairs to holding your own in a street fiN kettlebell to the West in 1998 and started the kettlebell revolution Dr Randall Strossen one of the most respected names in the strength world stated Pavel Tsatsouline will always reign as the modern king of kettlebells since it was he who popularized them to the point where you could almost found a country filled with his converts Pavel is the Chairman of StrongFirst Inc In addition to the gold standard kettlebell instructor certification StrongFirstcom offers user courses internationally in kettlebell barbell and bodyweight training. I love kettlebells this program works but I found my uads got weakerI fell for Pavel hard but there is some uestions that arise about some of the stuff in his writings and about his alleged background Google some uestion mentioning Pavel and Steve Cotter and decide for yourself but that just opens Pandora's box

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N for your sport specific training If you are a serious lifter Simple Sinister will build your strength rather than interfere with it Simple Sinister will achieve all of the above while leaving you plenty of time and energy to do your duty your job practice your sport and have a life Russian kettlebell power to you About the author Pavel Tsatsouline is a former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor currently a Subject Matter Expert to elite US military and law enforcement special operations units Pavel introduced the Russia. If “God is in the details” is a way of expressing that details are important to any task one accomplishes then Pavel Tsatsouline is God and his book KB Simple and Sinister is the Bible Inside this “Bible” Pavel teaches you how to perform two of the kettlebells most popular and most empowering moves “Get Up” and “Swing” He also spends time discussing the correct number of sets and reps to do and the amount of weight to use for each exercise as well as the reasons why these factors matter The “why’s” are the real eye openers for me because they reveal tips about strength that you will rarely hear in Western gyms but will undoubtedly make any man or woman stronger faster “Kettlebells are like weightlifting times ten” said Dennis Koslowski former Olympic Silver Medalist in Greco Roman wrestling “If I could’ve met Pavel in the early 80’s I might have won two gold medals”Western gyms are often focused on hypertrophy A fancy word that basically means if you stimulate a muscle by doing setrep schemes of 8 12 reps times 4 sets times 4 6 exercises on a full body workout day you will become stronger and your muscles will get bigger I myself have followed regimens like this for years However Pavel focuses exclusively on strength which is what I think most hypertrophy minded bodybuilding types are trying to achieve A better way to achieve absolute strength is to follow the philosophies put forth in this book Pavel teaches rep set schemes like 5 sets of 1 rep on each side when performing Get Ups and 5 10 sets of 10 reps when performing Swings Then you’re done Two simple and sinister moves and that’s it Oh and I forgot there’s also a five minute warm up consisting of goblet suats haloes and glute bridges You see the former workout strategy is constantly taking a muscle to failure leaving you sore and extremely fatigued Pavel believes training is not a workout but a recharge You should leave the gym feeling better than when you arrived and not worse This way you can return the next day and still have a high intensity “recharge” because you are not so burnt from the day before In other words “less is MORE” If you do a little each day with a fresh body using only heavy weight long term then you will be stronger than the guy or gal who trains to exhaustion during every workout Which brings me to another very important philosophy of Pavel’s “hardstyle training” as it is commonly referred You must continuously increase your weight By doing fewer reps you have the time to recover and are able to lift at or near your max on a daily basis thus making you stronger than you would be if you were constantly drained from your workouts Think of it like you are a soldier at war You never know what the next day has in store but you need to be at your best or strongest day in and day out You don’t have the luxury of taking a day or two off because you are sore from the previous day’s work This is the hardstyle way of training Being able to endure and perform at or near your highest level every day Aside from the areas I highlighted because they were most useful and compelling to me doing fewer reps sets using heavy weight daily and doing fewer exercises overall there is also a brief history on the kettlebell that I found to be uite interesting Known as a “girya” in Russia its birthplace the kettlebell was first introduced to the West in 1998 by Pavel and has been in existence for over 300 years The men and women who used them were referred to as strongmen and strongwomen Now I understand why “It is vain to do with what can be done with less”

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Kettlebell Simple SinisterLearn how to use the extreme hand held gym from the source the man who started the kettlebell revolution Simple Sinister will prepare you for almost anything life could throw at you from carrying a piano upstairs to holding your own in a street fight Simple Sinister will forge a fighter's physiue because the form must follow the function Simple Sinister will give you the strength the stamina and the suppleness to play any sport recreationally and play it well If you are a serious athlete Simple Sinister will serve as a perfect foundatio. I have to admit when bodybuilders make fun of kettlebells it can be really hilarious There are gems in that legacy that can make me drop the weight on my head That's why I always wear headphones in the gym they literally are a life saver Now I'm not a kettlebell man yet but I dig the common sense and philosophy behind this approach so much I realized I was applying the main principle of sustainable training and effort intuitively myself for years And felt guilty in the process because I always felt it came out of my laziness or unwillingness to kill myself with the training except in rare occasions No need for that any Sustainability is the key and works so well in the long run without unnecessary injuries some of which I managed to get even with my sporadic suicidal approach to weights Also like any training book at least for me this one is hugely motivational and will get your ass pushed towards that gym or bike or other BDSM euipment you have in your bedroom and never use Read the book time is high and bells are ringin