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  1. How the best do it: an interview with GS World Champion Lyuba Cherapaha

    click the link to read an interview with the women's world record holder and champion of Girevoy Sport. Lorraine Pattend and Christine Uberti had a chance to sit down with Lyuba and pick her brain...
  2. BW conditioning is the root of all physical training systems

    Some thoughts about the role of BW training in a comprehensive approach to physical education:http://fullkontact.com/WordPress/
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    Question for Steve Cotter.

    I would say that is not necessarily the case, there are some highly intelligent individuals involved in MMA sport. There is a difference between the competitors and the media-reality and pop culture...
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    More Awesome

    Pontelay Filikidi, the famous lifter and coach can do this at 56 years of age:

    -2x48kg seated chair press - 11 reps

    -2x32kg bottoms up chair press - 5 reps

    -48kg Bottoms up chair press
    ...
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    Steve Cotter On your presses

    Hi Craig,

    My best double pressing was 12 reps of 2x40kg; at the time I was about 176 lb.

    I consider my best (most gratifying) pressing feet to date to be doing 10 reps of 2x32kg in the Double...
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    How did you build up?

    started with sets of 10, and moved up to sets of 20, 25, etc over the course of many years in MA training.

    When I first tried for 80 reps is was a friendly competition; I had never done more than...
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    Clarification-

    I have done 1 pistol, 1 time with 2x88lb; I CAN do reps with 2x70lb. What that means is that I need to get my butt in gear and start training more with 2x88!

    So much to do, so little time =)
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    well now

    you did say "best kb lifter"

    I'm strong and I can do some things with or without KBs, but in the purest sense of the word the guys who are the best KB lifters have names like Denisov, Mishin,...
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    Gentle Strength

    Ideas about softer qualities of strength and the great example children set in that regard:


    -Stevehttp://www.fullkontact.com/WordPress/
  10. Progressions toward developing the same quality

    I would not take an either/or perspective although it always depends to degree on what the goal is of course.

    Warm-up you said that; warm-up can be also general or specific; jumping jacks may be...
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    Bodies in Space

    I've been playing around with a fun balance apparatus.

    It's nice to add a different twist to the physical training and working with my center of mass in this way has made me pay closer attention...
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    What's your meditation?

    I wrote a blog about the meditative quality of running, and ask readers to share your own experiences with rituals/activities that a form of meditation/introspection for you.

    You can find the blog...
  13. never before published interview with Health Guru Paul Chek

    I Several years ago I had a sit down with Paul Chek and found him to be quite engaging. His track in my blog is a never before published candid interview/discussion I had with Paul Chek several...
  14. Explain this

    Hi Paul,

    The likely explanation is that GS training is a part of his daily life, so his body and energy prioritizes his energy expenditures to allow for that output. Said otherwise, conditioning. ...
  15. Energy management---underdiscussed aspect

    of training and life success.

    Click to read a blog about daily managment of energy expenditure for training and daily affairshttp://www.fullkontact.com/WordPress/
  16. Thread: Ok,

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    Ok,

    in that case I won't out you ;-)

    I for one do not want to hear the sounds of an Angry Walrus!
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    What's your story AngryWalrus69?

    Why are you so angry?

    Thank you for your compliments about the blog.

    I hope that you will come visit and post. Perhaps it can help you deal with your Anger?http://www.fullkontact.com/WordPress/
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    Creating necessity in training

    I wrote a blog about some of the emotional factors of staying with a training program or habit,
    and how to manipulate your own emotions to stay on targethttp://fullkontact.com/WordPress/
  19. spend more time with the SL DL variation

    sometimes GM stretch is not the best selection. Performing SLDL will use the same groove.

    Still focus on pulling the shoulders back, only you'll have the weight in front and below your CoM...
  20. steve cotter....r u training chuck liddell w/kb's for upcoming ortiz fight n/m

    Hi Shawn,

    No, nothing yet, beyond the discussion stage. I think he feels like he doesn't have to do anything special to beat Ortiz, and he's probably right about that.

    I'll let you know if and...
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    ladders again

    with 40kg (DD bells)

    1 arm Jerks: 1/1; 2/2; 3/3; 4/4; 5/5; 6/6; 7/7; 8/8; 9/9; 10/10; 11/11; 12/12
    = 76/76 = 152 total reps in 22:30

    First time doing this with 40kg; each rep I paused and took...
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    you da' man! no wait

    you da' woman!

    Not surprised with your numbers as you are the queen of all KB lifters.

    Try it with the 24kg some time; if you still get over 300 I'll be even more impressed.

    Steve
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    yes 350 in 30:00

    are you going with 24kg as long as you can and then dropping down to 16kg when necessary to get to 500?
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    No higher compliment

    I really like the format, it can be as intense as you want it, and yet prevents boredom by breaking up the sets and waving the rep load in each set.

    I did front squats on TH and my legs still feel...
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    Thank you JTF2-kb and IDF

    I appreciate your positive comments about the Series 2 DVDs and am glad you are getting good training from them.

    IDF is correct, I got the smaller KB from a company in NY state where I filmed the...
  26. Yeah sure-----"mind over matter" (message here)

    I don't mind, and you don't matter.

    This is the attitude one has in mind prior to crushing the opponent.

    Steve
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    Tom, I think

    you misinterpret BJ's tone.

    I believe that BJ was offering a legitimate compliment. He calculated the amount of work you did in the time posted, and thinks it is some good, hard work. You must...
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    can already see it

    Zak will be a world champion. It is clear when you speak to him.

    What a great testament to the training environment you and D.C. have provided for Zak to grow up in.

    Heartiest congratulations...
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    not much of a UFC fan

    from the little I've seen, I would think Franklin has a decided advantage.

    I'm much more interested in Pride as the level is much higher overall.
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    I read Frank challenged Baroni

    they are both injured, so there is a chance neither of them will fight, but I would imagine Ortiz would be most likely to step in. What date is it scheduled for?

    Baroni is certainly a legitimate...
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