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Interview with world-reknowned kettlebell athlete Ksenia Dedyukhina

Interview by Avery Wittkamp and translation by Amanda Wegner.

Russian athlete Ksenia Dedyukhina (25 years old) is the best pound-for-pound female Kettlebell Sport lifter in the world. Here she answers a few questions about training and competition. Continue reading

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One side of your body is better than the other

Now I don’t mean that one side of your body is better from an aesthetic standpoint (although you may beg to differ), but rather that when you are training unilateral movements, one side will almost always be more proficient than the other.  Continue reading

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“Kettlebell lifting… continues to transform me”

Interview with AKA National Record Holder Christian Goldberg. 

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What is your athletic background?

When I was 13 my sister, tired of me bouncing off the walls, suggested I join her in an aerobics workout. Continue reading

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7 Ingredients to Becoming a Master of Sport

Like many other Kettlebell Sport lifters, Paul White trains alone in his garage. Unlike many other lifters, however, Paul was able to coach himself to multiple Master of Sport titles with the 32kg – which is no easy feat WITH a coach! I asked Paul to share some insight on how to effectively self-coach in Kettlebell Sport. Read on to learn about his philosophy on training.

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