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3 Unique Kettlebell Benefits

If I had any hesitation in creating our Progressive Kettlebell Movement Certification (PKM) it was that people would be quick to dismiss the idea of ANOTHER kettlebell program. In all honesty, I completely understand the cynicism that would come over […]

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How To Get MORE From Your Deadlifts

The above iconic line from Batman the Dark Knight I think actually speaks to a lot of ideas and exercises in fitness. Spend enough time in the industry and you see exercises and ideas go from being heroes, to villains, […]

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How to Press Kettlebells for A Strong & More Mobile Upper Body

Whew! It has been over 6 months of work, but we are close to releasing our new Progressive Kettlebell Movement certification on Monday. When I started this process, my biggest concern was that people were going to think we were […]

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Elevating Heels On Squats…Helping or Harming?

Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (Co-Creator of DVRT Restoration, Pelvic Control, and Shoulder Course) To squat with elevated heels or not..are we helping or harming? Not that this is anything new but it seems to becoming back into style when it […]

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The Most Important Strength Exercises You Aren’t Doing!

This past weekend I had the wonderful opportunity to be a part of the Perform Better conference, this time in Southern California. These programs are so great to meet up with other terrific coaches and being in LA, it was […]

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A Very Dangerous Sandbag Clean!

It is important, we often give it lip service, but it should be foundational to what every coach does. That is making sure that the exercises they prescribe, the methods they use, etc. have the LEAST risk in causing injury […]

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A Better Way to Build Kettlebell Turkish Get-ups

I’m pretty excited that we are about a week away from the release of our Progressive Kettlebell Movement Certification (PKM). It feels like things are coming full circle, as it was going to my first kettlebell program in 2003 that […]

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How Core Strength Makes Us Stronger & More Mobile

When people think about core strength, A LOT of different things come to mind. That is why in part 1 (you can read HERE) I wanted to give a more definitive perspective upon what we mean about core strength. Building […]

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Squats That Save Your Knees Part 2

Jessica Bento, Physical Therapist (Co-Creator of DVRT Restoration, Shoulder & Pelvic Control Courses) How does someone go from having excruciating pain when they squat to being able to not only squat pain free but do so with a good amount […]

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