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    48kilos is offline Member
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    Default Return of the Kettlebell

    Has anyone had any crazy results from RTK?

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    I broke both my legs at the shin doing double KB cleans with 24s.

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    Your lucky ddn, my spine shot out my butt doing that. All I can do now is lay around and type on the computer. Stupid kettlebells. I should have been warned by someone this could happen. LMAO

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    What crazy results are you asking about?
    I would give it another six months and then ask that question again.
    After all RTK has only been out a little over a month or so.
    I do(even before RTK) quite a bit of Double KB front squats and like the results keeping my legs strong and muscular.

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    I've hurt my elbow just from watching the video... I swear it's true!

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    I have just improved my longcycle C+J numbers nicely without loosing any "grind"strength, in spite of not training my pet-grinds once in two weeks (first time in years), so that's a great preliminary result for me. Not been on long enough to actually meassure improved performance yet, but it looks better than anything I've seen for chasing conflicting goals. Ask again around christmas, it looks promising!

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    Yes it is too early for anyone reporting in on any CRAZY results thus far on RTK....Give it 9 months or 1 year out...and you will be hearing of all kinds of PRs being broken...I believe anyone who is prepared to begin RTK....and works the program properly... will crash through many previous barriers they thought were not possible...These results will be exciting to read!!...Dennis

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    My breakthrough was to listen and not start until you have completed ETK, I was extremely sore for 4 days and felt like I had the flu, this program should not be messed with and is only for advanced folks...

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    Jordan Vezina RKCTL is offline Senior Member
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    I agree with the previous posters that it's too early to expect any reports.
    That being said: Yes.
    I incorporated double pressing ladders into my Bear Cycle when RTK first came out and my shoulders and upper back became noticeable bigger. After about three weeks of these I also hit a double pressing PR, pressing two 32 kg. bells overhead at a bodyweight of 170 pounds.
    I just officially started RTK yesterday, so I'll report on anymore craziness to come.

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