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    jetronin is offline Senior Member
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    Default Using the deadlift for fat loss

    Hi, i posted in my blog about a routine i used in 2008 to shift some flab.
    Please take 2 mins to read."like" and "share" if you like it.
    http://www.russiankettlebellscotland.com/blog.html
    "Strength does not come from physical capacity.
    It comes from an indomitable will"-Mohandas K. Gandhi.

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    Nice and simple!

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    Agreed - nice post and worth reading.

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    I enjoyed your blog. When i'm done training for RKC and have gone through the program and passed it, I plan on incorporating some deadlifting into my training. I only DL once/week when I was in college and considered myself pretty strong, a training plan such as yours would be fun to try.

    My favorite and (I think) most important part of your blog was the part about getting outside and moving on your off days and what a little exercise such as walking would do for the general population---I agree obesity, heart disease, and even T2diabetes and many other health ailments would be drastically reduced if people chose to put down the remote and go for a walk.
    Chad Paulus -- RKC/HKC, FMS, RN

    [CENTER]“You cannot walk towards your Greatness you can only walk away from it.”[/CENTER]
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    jetronin is offline Senior Member
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    Thank you for the praise fellas. That was the first blog/article i have written. There are many more to come.

    Chad. I'm absolutely convinced that a 40 minute walk every day would help the general population greatly (a little general nutritional advice might help too). I'm seriously looking at walking as a tool for training obese clients. It's a movement that doesn't need to be taught and it's accessible even to the heavily overweight.

    If you give this a go, please pm me. Let me know how you get on. I enjoyed the routine. I know you will too.

    David.
    "Strength does not come from physical capacity.
    It comes from an indomitable will"-Mohandas K. Gandhi.

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    David,

    Great blog post! I like the simplicity of that workout. It would be an added bonus if someone did that routine to use double overhand Axle deadlifts to get the added oomph that grip training delivers.

    Keep up the good work and I hope to read many more of your articles in the future.

    Ben Edwards

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