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Moving beyond the ranks by Avery Wittkamp

Winning first place out of a pool of one can be a little hollow.

How many Kettlebell Sport lifters out there can relate to that statement?

Avery Wittkamp knows this all too well. Here is her story of how her journey in the sport led her to focus on moving beyond the ranks. Continue reading

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If you want to go UP, you must first go DOWN

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The thing I love and hate about Kettlebell Sport is how freakin’ long it takes to progress, especially when you start lifting the heavier bells (20kg and above).

Initially, shifting to the heavier bells requires time because you need to build up the joint strength to be able to support the bell overhead safely for 10 minutes. Once you get past that point, progress is still slow because of the mental challenge of lifting such a heavy bell, as well as the fact that every small change in your technique requires you to go back down to the lighter bells to fix. 

Yes, in order to go UP – you must first go DOWN!

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