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12 Jan Best Strength and Conditioning Tool Under $100 (That’s Not a Kettlebell)

There are many great tools we have to hack body fat, improve cardiovascular conditioning, and build qualities of strength. A kettlebell is obviously one of them. But, there's one tool in particular I'm a huge fan of because it builds high levels of conditioning - fast. This awesome tool is also low cost and doesn't take any space to store away.
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22 Dec 6 Killer Squat Progressions: A Practical Guide For Advancing The Squat

Is there anything more debated than the squat? Is there anything more fundamental in training than the squat? The squat and it's variations are regarded as one of the most effective , if not the most effective exercise, to build total body strength and enhance functional and athletic performance. But, what type of squat is best? It depends. When I started training years ago, the squat was always one of my favorite exercises. It still is.
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05 Dec Kettlebell Minimalism Workouts

Kettlebell minimalist workouts are, well, time efficient - and simple. Despite the time saving element, they should also extremely effective. There's no doubt, time is an issue for most of us and sometimes we just need to get in a quick training session. So here's a streamlined 3 day-a-week training program built around the kettlebell fundamentals. Simple, efficient, and effective.
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24 Nov 4 Workout Strategies You Can Use Right Now

What's your plan for training? Many exercise enthusiasts "go through the motions" in their training regimens without having a specific plan of attack or strategy in place. This greatly limits the effectiveness of training. The fact is, to move the ball forward and get results (gain strength, add muscle, lose fat, or improve skill and performance), you have to know where you are and where you're going. That's where these concepts can help you right now and identify 4 distinct training phases.
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11 Nov Progressing With The Olympic Lifts – An Experience With Greg Everett

Olympic Weightlifting is one of the greatest displays of physical performance I can think of.

"There is literally no other sport that challenges your strength, skill, and mental powers more fully than weightlifting." ~Arthur Drechsler

There's such power in explosively lifting heavy weights overhead. I've always been impressed with the athleticism, explosive strength, and dynamic mobility that's required to perform the Olympic Lifts. I believe that the Olympic lifts (snatches, clean and jerks) are really the pinnacle of strength and performance training. As I write this, I'm still sore. That's because I just finished an outstanding Olympic Weightlifting seminar led by Coach Greg Everett of Catalyst Athletics.
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20 Oct How to Program Barbells and Kettlebells Effectively

It's been harder to keep up with reader questions, so I'd like to start answering more of your questions here at Rdella Training. Recently, I had a few great questions from Rick, who's a former powerlifter and starting to integrate more kettlebells into his training. He wanted to know the best ways to effectively combine barbell and kettlebell training. Here are Rick's questions:
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