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    Look what I got!!!!



    Two 40 pounders, and then a 60 pounder as well.

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    Default Re: gjfovf

    I can't see the picture but, I assume you got some kettle bells. How do you like them so far?
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    Haven't really done anything with them other than mess around with them around the house so far.

    Today will be the first day I take them to the gym to work out.

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    You are on your way my friend... Conventional weight training will never give you the "pump" that kettlebells will. After a long cycle set of jerks, I feel like I can lift a dump truck... IMO, here are the essential 5: Swing, turkish get up, clean and jerk/press, overhead squat, snatch... Throw reps out the window and w/out in timed intervals.. Have fun and bring a bucket.. ;-)
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    Steve Cotter's encyclopedia of kettlebell lifting is also a great dvd to get.. I know that it can be pricey brand new, but I got mine used on ebay for about 40 bucks.
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    I've already planned on definitely incorporating swings into my routine, and subbing the K-Bells in for dumbbells when I do my 1 arm snatches.

    I want to try and work TGU's in, but I think I may have to refine technique on those using lighter dumbbells before I really start putting work in with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JensenS View Post
    I've already planned on definitely incorporating swings into my routine, and subbing the K-Bells in for dumbbells when I do my 1 arm snatches.

    I want to try and work TGU's in, but I think I may have to refine technique on those using lighter dumbbells before I really start putting work in with them.
    Agreed.. 5 left no switch then 5 right no switch.. Then singles for a 6 minute match.. Work your way up to 5 matches w/out stopping. Total 30 minutes. I try to do this at least one day a week. Don't forget your cleans..
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    Did a pair of 30 yard waiter walks with my 40's today after I finished up. Those were fun...

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    hey gj, would u mind if i sent you my work out routine that i plan on starting and you can possibly tweak it to add in the kettlebells?

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