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    Pat Flynn RKC is offline Senior Member
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    Default The Power of Complexes: Metabolic Conditioning eBook Out Now

    First off, I want to thank all of the members of the Dragondoor community that downloaded the original version of this when I was offering it for free. The feedback that I got was incredible and is what allowed me to make this final version of the eBook a product that I think everybody in the kettlebell community can really benefit from.

    That being said, the final version of my eBook entitled "The Power of Complexes: Metabolic Conditioning for Superior Athleticism and Conditioning" is now available for download through my site: ChroniclesOfStrength

    The final version of this eBook includes

    13 single kettlebell complexes
    8 double kettlebell complexes
    8 sample workout routines
    Video demonstrations of the complexes
    and access to additional exclusive video content in the future

    For more details and a few sample videos of some of the content found in the eBook just head over to my site

    If you have any questions, please feel free to post them here or on my blog!
    Pat Flynn - RKC
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    Hey Pat--just wondering why complexes? I mean it seems like kettlebell training works on both a cardiovascular and a muscular strength level no matter what you do with them. I understand that complexes create more systemic fatigue, but is less rest really "more"?

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    Pat Flynn RKC is offline Senior Member
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    Good question, but you actually answered it yourself! Complexes allow for a great deal of systemic fatigue, which in turn yields an incredible hormonal and metabolic response. No other method that I have ever used has been so effective for fat loss and conditioning
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    Congratulations comrade Pat! I'm interested in this method of training and will try to squeeze in a few more of your complexes in my workouts either this cycle or the one after the next (next is back to RoP).

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    Pat Flynn RKC is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Com. Stefan View Post
    Congratulations comrade Pat! I'm interested in this method of training and will try to squeeze in a few more of your complexes in my workouts either this cycle or the one after the next (next is back to RoP).
    Thanks Steve, I look forward to hearing how it works out for you. What do you typically do on your variety days?
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    Pat

    The version you released for us to review was great. Your site, also, is fantastic and an inspiration to me to really push forward to RKC and getting a kettlebell club going here in my area. Keep up the great work.

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    Thanks Pat! I got the original free one but I just bought this too I will have to throw some of these in my weekly rotation
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Flynn RKC View Post
    Thanks Steve, I look forward to hearing how it works out for you. What do you typically do on your variety days?
    For the month of April and the first week of May it will be running (got a race coming up). After that only the gods know

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    Pat Flynn RKC is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdedwards View Post
    Pat

    The version you released for us to review was great. Your site, also, is fantastic and an inspiration to me to really push forward to RKC and getting a kettlebell club going here in my area. Keep up the great work.
    Thank you for your kind words, they are truly appreciated! Keep training hard and I'm sure you'll have your RKC in no time. I look forward to hearing any feedback you have about the eBook as well!
    Pat Flynn - RKC
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    Hey Pat--almost went above my better wit and bought the thing, always being a person to try new training methods. Man, are these workouts killer! Love the book so much I think I will have to print it off again because it is saturated in sweat. Another question: How often do you personally train at this level? I could see overtraining being a real problem with this.

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