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James Lee
• Saturday, 31 October, 2020
• 18 min read

Doc Morris, a Dutch mail-order pharmacy is leaving the internet a warmer place this week with a viral Christmas commercial that captures the true spirit of the season! The two-and-a-half minute spot, shows an older man waking up early in the morning and embarking on a new fitness journey with a rusty old kettle bell in his workshop.

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With the help of an unseen photo and a super fly track suit, the old man shows up every morning to his meeting with the kettle bell. The man dresses up for Christmas with his family, and brings a carefully wrapped gift to his daughter’s home.

An outgoing introvert with a heart that beats for adventure, she lives to serve the Lord, experience the world, and eat macaroni and cheese all while capturing life’s greatest moments on one of her favorite cameras. Let a German grandfather and his inspired fitness regimen with a rusty old kettle bell get you in the Christmas spirit.

A new commercial from the Dutch mail-order pharmacy Doc Morris has left the internet in tears by showing the reason behind a grandfather's drive to get in shape for Christmas with his family. The spot created by the German ad agency Jung on Matt shows an older man waking up early in the morning to an alarm and deciding to dust off an old kettle bell in his workshop to get in shape.

Soon he's walking every day in a track suit and lifting the kettle bell while looking at an unseen photo for inspiration. When the big day comes, the man dresses up for the holiday with his family and takes a carefully wrapped Christmas gift to his daughter's home.

That's when the reason for all the grandfather's workouts is revealed, as he lifts his granddaughter, so she can place the star on the top of the tree. This can seem oddly divorced from reality, though Sorenson, the director, tells Muse that the goal here was to make the work feel more timeless.

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In 1891, Salvation Army Captain Joseph McGee was distraught because so many poor individuals in San Francisco were going hungry. He lay awake nights, worrying, thinking, praying about how he could find the funds to fulfill his commitment of feeding 1,000 of the city's poorest individuals on Christmas Day.

He remembered how at Stage Landing, where the boats came in, there was a large, iron kettle called “Simpson's Pot” into which passers-by tossed a coin or two to help the poor. The next day Captain McGee placed a similar pot at the Oakland Ferry Landing at the foot of Market Street.

In 1901, kettle contributions in New York City provided funds for the first mammoth sit-down dinner in Madison Square Garden, a custom that continued for many years. John Lewis says it deliberately commissioned eight different animators as a way to support the struggling creative community during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Kettle bell Kitchen said today that it is no longer serving prepared meals. We’re sad to say we’re closing our kitchens today and will no longer be serving meals.

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Based in New York, Kettle bell Kitchen had raised more than $30 million in funding. The company specialized in delivering prepared meals tailored to specific fitness and nutrition goals like weight loss or burning fat as well as dietary lifestyles like veto.

The prepared meal delivery business is tough to scale, given all the supply chain, safety requirements and logistics. Now we have to see if Kettle bell Kitchen is a canary in the prepared meal delivery coalmine.

The Wader Cast Iron Kettle bell features an extra-wide grip, providing enhanced control during intense workouts. Solid cast iron construction makes your kettle bell the perfect strength-training companion for your home exercise routine.

He has the incredible ability to take complex strength and conditioning principles and funnel them into simple, useable, and highly effective programming. If you have some knowledge in the field you'll recognize the incredible value in his work for the practical trainee.

If you're interested in exploring kettle bells for the first time, this is without a doubt the book to start with. Pavel's now at a point in time when he's trained numerous students, and he knows how to pare things down, and focus on what's important to get you results.

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The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because there was no kettle bell snatch work included. Now, I'm not a kettle bell man, yet, but I dig the common sense and philosophy behind this approach so much.

I realized, I was applying the main principle of sustainable training and effort intuitively myself, for years. Now, I'm not a kettle bell man, yet, but I dig the common sense and philosophy behind this approach so much.

I realized, I was applying the main principle of sustainable training and effort intuitively myself, for years. Sustainability is the key and works so well in the long run, without unnecessary injuries, some of which I managed to get even with my sporadic suicidal approach to weights.

Inside this “Bible,” Pavel teaches you how to perform two of the kettle bells most popular and most empowering moves, “Get Up” and “Swing.” He also spends time discussing the correct number of sets and reps to do and the amount of weight to use for each exercise, as well as the reasons why these factors matter. The “why’s” are the real eye-openers for me because they reveal tips about strength that you will rarely hear in Western gyms, but will undoubtedly make any man or woman stronger faster.

“Kettle bells are like weightlifting times ten,” said Dennis Koslowski, former Olympic Silver Medalist in Greco-Roman wrestling. “If I could’ve met Pavel in the early 80s, I might have won two gold medals.” Western gyms are often focused on hypertrophy.

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A fancy word that basically means if you stimulate a muscle by doing set/rep schemes of 8-12 reps times 4 sets times 4-6 exercises on a full body workout day you will become stronger and your muscles will get bigger. However, Pavel focuses exclusively on strength which is what I think most hypertrophy-minded bodybuilding types are trying to achieve.

A better way to achieve absolute strength is to follow the philosophies put forth in this book. Oh, and I forgot, there’s also a five-minute warm-up consisting of goblet squats, halos, and glute bridges.

You see the former workout strategy is constantly taking a muscle to failure leaving you sore and extremely fatigued. In other words, “less is MORE.” If you do a little each day with a fresh body using only heavy weight long-term then you will be stronger than the guy or gal who trains to exhaustion during every workout.

Which brings me to another very important philosophy of Pavel’s “hard style training” as it is commonly referred. By doing fewer reps, you have the time to recover and are able to lift at or near your max on a daily basis, thus making you stronger than you would be if you were constantly drained from your workouts.

Known as a “girl” in Russia, its birthplace, the kettle bell was first introduced to the West in 1998 by Pavel, and has been in existence for over 300 years. “Simple and Sinister is more about consistency of training and a program that's hard and intense enough to produce results, but easy enough on the body that it can be done daily.

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Also surprised by the amount of deep philosophy in this book with quotes from Einstein, Nietzsche, & Friedman to name a few. “Simple and Sinister is more about consistency of training and a program that's hard and intense enough to produce results, but easy enough on the body that it can be done daily.

Also surprised by the amount of deep philosophy in this book with quotes from Einstein, Nietzsche, & Friedman to name a few. Highly recommend this to anyone looking for simple workout program that produces Sinister results (it lives up to its name).

I love kettle bells, this program works, but I found my quads got weaker. I fell for Pavel hard, but there are some questions that arise about some stuff in his writings and about his alleged background. Google some question mentioning Pavel and Steve Cotter and decide for yourself, but that just opens Pandora's box...

I love kettle bells, this program works, but I found my quads got weaker. I fell for Pavel hard, but there are some questions that arise about some stuff in his writings and about his alleged background. Google some question mentioning Pavel and Steve Cotter and decide for yourself, but that just opens Pandora's box...

Unlike barbell and dumbbell they don't build muscle but greatly improve overall athletic performance in any field. Unlike barbell and dumbbell they don't build muscle but greatly improve overall athletic performance in any field.

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Aside form the many movements, the primary exercises of kettle bell are Swing and Turkish Get Up (TGU). Kettle bell Simple & Sinister is a very effective program regarding fat burning and ballistic training.

This little book is an exceptional primer for getting motivated to get fit and instructing you on how to accomplish said goal. The author is quite funny, though I'd recommend the softer, more tender left-leaning folks steer clear as they might become offended by his direct and masculine/military voice.

The content itself is evidence based, and I can attest to it personally, as I've been utilizing the program for over a month now have improved my ability to deliver a punch in my MMA class by leap This little book is an exceptional primer for getting motivated to get fit and instructing you on how to accomplish said goal.

The author is quite funny, though I'd recommend the softer, more tender left-leaning folks steer clear as they might become offended by his direct and masculine/military voice. The content itself is evidence based, and I can attest to it personally, as I've been utilizing the program for over a month now have improved my ability to deliver a punch in my MMA class by leaps and bounds.

I highly recommend checking this book out if you are looking at getting into shape with a proven method! Pros:Good for sedentary individuals and beginners to gain a little strength and conditioning. Brief workouts.

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A little too simple for intermediate or advanced athletes looking to take strength levels very high. Pros:Good for sedentary individuals and beginners to gain a little strength and conditioning. Brief workouts.

A little too simple for intermediate or advanced athletes looking to take strength levels very high. The simple: this “how-to” book wins mega points for being an easy-to-follow, entertaining read with lots of good pictures and valuable info that didn't get bogged down by overly technical material or jargon. The sinister: this book seemed a smudge cult and a more than a smudge like a promotional pamphlet for Pavel's company and stable of “certified” trainers.

On the whole, this is a terrific (picture) book that I plan to re-read and implement to get some sort of for-real kettle bell workout going. The simple: this “how-to” book wins mega points for being an easy-to-follow, entertaining read with lots of good pictures and valuable info that didn't get bogged down by overly technical material or jargon. The sinister: this book seemed a smudge cult and a more than a smudge like a promotional pamphlet for Pavel's company and stable of “certified” trainers.

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For example, on page 69, he compares a challenge between a body builder and a marathon runner. But what's even worse, it continues to modify the experiment citing that someone said they would bet on the bodybuilder.

I'm probably nitpicking one of the worst offenders and it's also possible that this story-telling style works well for most people and the data is sound. Strength comes quickly with this “simple” routine After listening to Tim Ferris's' interview with Pavel & some digging into the internet about a week before, I was inspired to try this out.

The book is excellent, and gives you a framework for how to transform your body nearly overnight. I had been doing a simple circuit of swings, goblet squats & cleans for 3 weeks, 3x/wk, and had noticed a significant strength increase and definition improvement.

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Strength comes quickly with this “simple” routine After listening to Tim Ferris's' interview with Pavel & some digging into the internet about a week before, I was inspired to try this out. The book is excellent, and gives you a framework for how to transform your body nearly overnight.

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The instructions are clear but there are also some YouTube videos you can find by the author on how to properly do a swing. The material is good and easy to follow, but the book design feels like its trying to be a website on paper.

I really like the concept and simple nature of the program design and involvement of only two exercises. I was already doing lots of kettle bell swing intervals trying to maintain strength endurance well within an aerobic metabolic pace.

The material herein is largely consistent with the years of study I've completed in relationship to running and have applied a base building aerobic phase that is at least 90% aerobic training, and I've designed the swing days l I really like the concept and simple nature of the program design and involvement of only two exercises.

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I was already doing lots of kettle bell swing intervals trying to maintain strength endurance well within an aerobic metabolic pace. The material herein is largely consistent with the years of study I've completed in relationship to running and have applied a base building aerobic phase that is at least 90% aerobic training, and I've designed the swing days like a marathon training program with periodical lactate threshold training which after building the base a couple of times a year will increase to weekly with a good 20% of training being lactic and glycolysis and 78-80%aerobic taken directly from primarily Daniel's Running Formula with a Long Easy aerobic pace and a second-long session weekly up to 400 swings each with the 24 kg simple KB.

I have a long upper body, and I don't want to jump straight to the 2 pud bell yet. I'm a little concerned about there not being a specific plan to achieve Sinister presented in the book.

First I can see how individual differences might play a roll in choosing not to present more specific plans. Other than signing of for their instructor course and getting stronger than mentioned in the book, I perceive already potential pitfalls in working towards that feat.

I've read and possess most of the earlier books particularly those that seem to be in the chain of developments toward SAS including PTP, Etc, and RTL. I think the talk test is a great inclusion as a governor for most westerners who tend to overgrown and perform way too much of their training outside primary aerobic ranges.

Interestingly I was already using RPE, talk test and heart rate to ensure I was well within the aerobic range as I began building up the base after Christmas and trying to build it higher than in recent years. Maybe not the best, but for me Bud Coated Running on Air provided considerably greater insight into LT pace based upon talk test.

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Despite the lack of better assessment based upon talk test which should be included for a subsequent edition and the lack of a clear program to Sinister other than spend money on our ST instructor course I still believe SAS rated 5 stars. I don't think the book length treatment is necessary, but it's a fun read with lots of pictures.

Author Pavel Tsatsouline loves to regal readers with the strength feats of old school Russian strongmen and strong women, and I think these anecdotes help build up the alluring mystique around the miracle strength effects of kettle bells. I don't think the book length treatment is necessary, but it's a fun read with lots of pictures.

Author Pavel Tsatsouline loves to regal readers with the strength feats of old school Russian strongmen and strong women, and I think these anecdotes help build up the alluring mystique around the miracle strength effects of kettle bells. Still, Tsatsouline is a real character and introduces some excellent ideas about how to get the most out of one (or two) weights -- especially useful when you're quarantined and don't have much to work out with.

Worth the time to read I started using Kettle bells years ago, stopped using them for a while and then came back to them. Worth the time to read I started using Kettle bells years ago, stopped using them for a while and then came back to them.

I am never going to go “sinister” but I am going to create my own blend of high velocity work-outs coupled with the occasional 400 swing days at a more moderate pace (a better cardiac work-out). I would love to see Pavel spend some time on programs for those of us over 65 years of age.

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Ever cognizant of the length of time it takes to recover from an injury, we have to be very careful. And that does not mean we are “sissies” but rather that we don’t want to squander the amount of days we have left on Earth in a rehab program that could take a year or more.

What could have been easily a much smaller book became an average length one with useless stories of non-important details. What could have been easily a much smaller book became an average length one with useless stories of non-important details.

Many of these techniques are covered all over the net now, however it’s good to hear the rationale from the original source. Anything from Pavel can be considered a footnote (in scholarly terms) to all other works from KB trainers out there.

A lot of Pavel's training starts and ends with General Physical Preparedness. A lot of Pavel's training starts and ends with General Physical Preparedness.

Continue doing the workouts until you feel like you can move up, but only do so in steps. Tsatsouline challenges the American fitness dogma where more effort = greater results by offering a tried-and-true alternative.

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For example, instead of calling training a “work out” readers are told to view daily practices as a “recharge”. Tsatsouline fills the pages with science backing up the Russian step-training methodology.

Practitioners gain significant strength results for little time spent and are enabled to train seven days per this book is much more than a how-to- kettle bell handbook. Tsatsouline challenges the American fitness dogma where more effort = greater results by offering a tried-and-true alternative.

For example, instead of calling training a “work out” readers are told to view daily practices as a “recharge”. Tsatsouline fills the pages with science backing up the Russian step-training methodology.

Practitioners gain significant strength results for little time spent and are enabled to train seven days per week. Each “recharge” only takes about 15 minutes per day and is simple to squeeze into a busy schedule.

(Note: before you say “oh, it's just that he doesn't speak English as a first language”, know that he doubles down on his word choices. Go to the website forums and watch him defend derogatory words that I would never ever use). There might be something useful in between pictures of Russian strongmen and nostalgia stories.

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(Note: before you say “oh, it's just that he doesn't speak English as a first language”, know that he doubles down on his word choices. Go to the website forums and watch him defend derogatory words that I would never ever use). There might be something useful in between pictures of Russian strongmen and nostalgia stories.

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