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    Myles M. is offline Junior Member
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    Default Pavel...K-Bells? And what about the goose egg on my arm

    Pavel (and others), just recieved my set o kettlebells, they are great. After completing the cleans however, I noticed goose eggs on my arms. Is this normal when a body fisrt starts to lift k- bells? Will the bumps remain? What will happen next? My olny fear is that scar tissue will form in the long-run. Thank you for your help.

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    eriks is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Pavel...K-Bells? And what about the goose egg on my arm

    Com. Myles,

    I am new to KBing, but Com. Jeff Lewis showed me how to avoid this. When the KB gets close to the top "punch through it" it makes the KB "spin" vs. "flip" producing less impact. Other comrades will be able to explain it better, but I picked it up fairly quickly.

    Erik

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    cleaner0464 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Pavel...K-Bells? And what about the goose egg on my arm

    Myles,
    Don't forget the knee-dip when receiving the KB. Once you get the timing down, your cleans won't leave those lumps.
    Regards

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    Pavel Tsatsouline Guest

    Default Re: Pavel...K-Bells? And what about the goose egg on my arm

    Com. Myles Meisner, welcome to the Party! Please review the technique and do very few cleans per workout until you get it right and focus on killing yourself with swings. Once you master the technique you will not feel a thing.

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