The RKC Book of Strength and Conditioning
45 Powerful Kettlebell Workouts and Training Programs — to Inspire You in Your Quest for Athletic Excellence Brought to you by leaders of the RKC community Collated, edited and with an introduction by Master RKC, Geoff Neupert
Sprache: English; 230 Seiten, broschiert
Access the Hidden Gold Embedded Within the RKC…
Since 2001 and the first Russian Kettlebell Challenge (RKC) Instructor Certification, thousands of individuals—martial artists, first responders, military, and fitness and strength professionals, have learned how to use kettlebells quickly and safely and in turn train others with them. No longer relegated to the basements of strongmen and the "Courage Corners" of the Russian Military, kettlebells, thanks to Pavel and the RKC have transformed the way the Western world views and obtains strength and fitness. Now everyone from elite athletes to grandmothers has access to the easy strength and conditioning gains of the kettlebell. And those individuals have gone on to create very effective workout programs for their clients, customers, teams, and units. Which brings us to the meat of this book and a very, very important question…
"How Do I Use Kettlebells to Get The BEST Results Possible?" That’s a common question these days. It seems everyone has an opinion, from how "not" to use them, to what they are good for (strength-endurance tool only), to who shouldn’t use them and what to do with them, when. Apparently everybody has an opinion—and especially it seems those who are least qualified. So, we decided to ask those who are qualified, qualified by the RKC, those who use kettlebells every day with their private clients, their classes, their units, their teams, and their patients. We decided to ask RKC Instructors to submit their workouts so you can not only see, but also use programs that have been successfully used by experts. The result became The RKC Book of Strength and Conditioning, replete with time-tested, results-producing kettlebell workouts from some of the RKC’s best instructors. Some workouts are used to develop strength. Some are used for conditioning. All have produced results either for the instructors themselves, their clients, or both.