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    Could you please explain how I can find more information regarding Kenneth Jay's Maximal Strength program
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    Hi, my name is Connor and I posted a thread a few weeks ago (Any Swimmers Here?) and I got a few replies saying that you were the go-to guy about swimming.

    I'm an 18 yearold Senior on my high schools swim team and I've decided to step it up a notch ...or 10 for my last season here.

    For conditioning I recently ordered your Viking Warrior Conditioning book and am excited to apply it to my training regimen when it arrives.

    Technique on the other hand is something that I'd love to get your opinion on. (I don't know much about your background other than that you're a Master RKC and somewhere I heard that you're the swim coach for the Danish Olympic Swim Team)

    Where do you recommend that I start? Certain books? DVD's? Websites? I'd like to develop the most efficient technique possible in the next few months (The state competition is in February)


    Thank you for reading this, I'm sure you're very busy and I will appreciate any advice you have to offer.


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    Hi KJ

    How are you doing? how has your training been going? what protocols are you working with at the moment?

    Ive had wonderfull success combining KB's with strongman moves over the last 4 months, if you have a moment take a look at my blog. IRON STYLE

    Keep strong comrade
    Mitch
    South Africa
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    Hi Kenneth, are light KB's (16kg) effective for increasing speed and vertical leap? I usually train with 32kg.
  5. GuidoP> read "Enter the Kettlebell" and work the TGU. have your form checked by an RKC.

    JB> email me at: kennethjay@mac.com

    IP> yes I still train Olympic swimmers and they all benefit greatly from the PM + Z + a LOT of time in the water. nothing fancy but it works great! Swimmers are not that hard designing programs for.
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    Hello, Mr. Jay.

    I was just wondering if you would have some advice on how to use supplemental training with the kettlebell for training for endurance/strength for swimming?

    I had posted a thread asking about supplemental exercises, in addition to the normal swings, snatches, clean & press, off of the ROP that would help with swimming and someone mentioned that you may have trained Olympic swimmers in the past.

    Please let me know, thank you.
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    Hey Kenneth...
    I'm a David Whitley victim & I was asking him about the costs of attending the Danish RKC... He said you may have some suggestions regarding lodging.
    I'm not sure if I could afford it this year, but I'm just trying to figure out the general cost. I'd like to do the RKC at some point, and I thought it would be cool as hell to go to the one in Denmark...
    Always enjoy your articles and tips, man!

    Johnny Bird
    Nashville, TN
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    Hello Mr. Jay,
    I have always enjoyed any article you've written. I wanted to ask you about how to improve the ability to incorporate the Latissimus Dorsi in overhead pressing. I have had a difficult time being able to do this, and any suggestions you would have for me would be appreciated.
    Thank you.
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Training Log: October 2nd, 2006

by Kenneth Jay on 10-01-2006 at 11:00 PM
Quick training today...

Barbell Clean & Jerk:
165lbs/20 reps....

pace was 5 reps/min.

after that stairway sprint inttervals 20 sek/ 1:20 rest. I took a 12 gallon jerry can and filled it with 8 gallons of water. put it in a backpack and started to run.....

what a great way to punish my self.....

Be ferocious!!

/KJ
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Training Log: September 29th, 2006

by Kenneth Jay on 09-28-2006 at 11:00 PM
Gave a 4 hour kettlebell workshop yesterday for the Danish Military Police...

and the training today consisted of:

A high intensity run 8 min.

Pull ups:
bw+48kg/10 singles with 20 sec. rest between reps

KB Military press:
48kg/1+1 rep x 2 sets
48kg/2+2 reps
48kg/3+3 reps
48kg/2+2 reps x 2 sets
48kg/1+1 rep

over and out!

/KJ
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Training Log: September 26th, 2006

by Kenneth Jay on 09-25-2006 at 11:00 PM
Did some double clean & presses along with a couple of sets of snatches with the beast today.

C&P:
2x48kg/1+1 rep x 3 sets

Snatches:
48kg/10+10 reps x 3 sets

and some stuff on the elite rings....

/Kenneth "the Grizzly" Jay
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Training Log: September 9th, 2006

by Kenneth Jay on 09-08-2006 at 11:00 PM
Todays practice. I have been sitting in a car the entire day so wanted to do something different and fun....

Double Clean & Military press (Beast go home!:
2x48kg/3 singles (that was pretty fun!)

One arm double swings- hip level:
2x48kg/5+5 reps x 2 sets (damn, what a grip and core workout)

Pull ups:
bw+48kg/3 reps x 2 sets (ain´t nothing to it!)

Pull ups with a clap:
bw+48kg/1 rep (now that is a challenge!)

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Training Log: September 6th, 2006

by Kenneth Jay on 09-05-2006 at 11:00 PM
Pull ups:
bw+48kg/10 singles
bw+24kg/8 reps x 2 sets
bw+24kg/7 reps x 2 sets
bw+24kg/6 reps x 2 sets

KB Military Press:
48kg/1+1 rep x 10 sets

Floor press:
2x40kg/10 reps x 3 sets
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