Joint Mobility (PDF Link)

I regularly use the term Joint Mobility (or JOI MOB) to refer to a series of range of motion exercises intended to “lubricate the joints” through movement, and get a lifter physically and mentally ready for activity. By definition, Joint Mobility refers to the degree to which a joint is allowed to move before being restricted by surrounding ligaments/tendons/muscles etc…

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Getting Stronger w/ Kettlebells

Regardless of how long it has taken, something that is always constant with proper Kettlebell training is that people do get stronger. But, to be honest, I do have to say that this does not always come with an easy task.

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Pinch The Quarter! Pt. 2

All NCK training programs start with an introduction to the concept of engaging the entire musculature against any physical resistance. I refer to it as Radiant Compression and while the act makes it possible to safely move heavier loads, it also helps the lifter develop a firm understanding of how to apply our entire ability to any physical task.

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Pinch The Quarter! Pt. 1

In my time as a trainer I have learned and explored many effective ways to build on radiant compression as a strength skill. Like all other strength skills, the ability to engage more of the musculature is a feat to be constantly practiced and improved upon.

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Why Lift Heavy Kettlebells?

Believe it or not, for me, one of the biggest dangers in Kettlebell lifting is when people stick to using only the Kettlebells that feel "light and easy" to lift.

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Kettlebell Progression

Train safely, effectively, and stay healthy and your ability is bound to improve. Guaranteed!

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Better With Age

It’s all too easy to be taught that physical degradation is inevitable, or that older people with phenomenal strength are uncommon, or even uncanny, but this has never been the case.

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Empowerment Through Kettlebells

It all comes down to keeping ourselves safe and feeling good about what we’re doing, without injury and without forced inactivity.

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