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    Use this progression to build up to the Heavy Double Kettlebell TGU!

    The Double Kettlebell Turkish Get Up (TGU) is an extremely difficult movement that requires equal parts strength, mobility, balance, and conditioning in order to be performed correctly. Learn how trainer Cynthia Roulston accomplished her goal of performing Double 20kg Kettlebell Turkish Get Ups using an effective movement progression.

Top Conditioning Articles

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    The Art of the Bodyweight Workout: Fishing with Grenades

    So you’re looking for realistic and usable training methods that are mad, suspended, or otherwise accessory free? “Mad” like this magazine is busting out the molds of training dogma and demands that no quarter be given to the status quo. That’s what the mighty Hanzo Suspension Theory is all about; something to make all the unworthy run screaming into the safety of the local boring-ass gym. Good riddance to them, more oxygen for you and me.

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    The first Juggernaut Kettlebell Workout involves challenging kettlebell strength sets and a high intensity conditioning circuit.

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    The second Juggernaut Kettlebell Workout involves upper body parallette strength work, lower body kettlebell work, and full body conditioning.

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