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The best thing about Kettle bells is that it offers a wide range of movements that aims at targeting every muscle group for a total body workout. With a good diet and expert created kettle bell training program, an individual can start to see cardio, strength, muscle, and fat loss improvements.
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John Du Cane could qualify for Social Security, but the 62-year-old publisher and entrepreneur is seriously ripped. “Punch him,” implores friend and business partner Pavel Tsatsouline during a recent meet-up with Du Cane at Dayton's Bluff Recreation Center in St. Paul.
What the heck -- a quick punch to Du Cane's midsection indeed rings back a super-human thump. Du Cane's slight frame -- 5 feet 11, 160 pounds -- belies his strength and muscle definition.
Du Cane is a walking endorsement for the kettle bell fitness movement, which he started 11 years ago with Tsatsouline in the Twin Cities. Since the 1940s, kettle bells have been continually used for fitness and competition in Russia and other eastern European countries.
Word spread, especially after key endorsements by Rolling Stone Magazine and other publications. Du Cane's response is consistent with his intention to face all life with equanimity.
For much of his life, Du Cane has studied meditation and has taught classes in the “soft style” martial arts, particularly tai chi and gong. Aside from regular visits to a St. Paul martial-arts studio, Du Cane's quest to maintain his physique doesn't include a gym membership.
Instead, he performs quick bursts of action throughout the day with a variety of fitness implements that are collected in corners of his home in St. Paul and office in Little Canada. “For a while, we had a pull-up bar in the living room -- until it almost fell into a leaded-glass window,” says Andrea Du Cane sheepishly.
Du Cane says that as people get older, they lose a certain amount of supple strength as their ligaments, joints and tendons start to “dry up.” At the bottom of the stairs in Du Cane's office basement lurks a large, free-standing pull-up bar.
Also, on any given day, while at home or at work, he'll often grab a kettle bell and raise it above his head a couple of times and then move on. Du Cane's overall routine -- this mix of body-weight exercises, tai chi and kettle bells -- provides him with the strength and flexibility he is determined to maintain.
He says he's been on a lifelong search for the Holy Grail of nutrition, looking for what foods he could eat that would help him be more serene, but also high energy and “blissful.” Du Cane's success in maintaining his body into his 60s is based on an unwavering commitment to exercise and nutrition.
He talks about exercise as a moral value, a part of physical hygiene, like brushing one's teeth or taking a shower. He says he laments what he sees as a tendency for many people to “give up” as they get older by believing that they can't do much about aging.
“When I first started tai chi in my 20s, I had a vision of remaining an energetic, powerful, active person into my 70s, 80s and 90s. “And now, I've reached this age and have managed pretty well to be a good model for what I'm preaching; eating well and training.
I had the pleasure of interviewing not one but all three founders of KettlebellKings an online Kettle bell retailer and fitness community. Jay Perkins, Nehemiah Heard, and Chad Price started KettlebellKings on a mission to make kettle bell training more affordable, safer, and more accessible to all.
We have always recognized that to stand out and grow you HAVE to do something different from everyone else, so in each part of our business whether it is product, being the first kettle bell company to offer Free Shipping, customer service or marketing, we have deliberately thought of ways to be different and acted on those. Nehemiah: We always envisioned offering the best products and service available so Kings was a natural fit.
We intended to treat our customers like royalty so it made sense that our products and name matched that standard. We quickly decided that the best way to service our customers was to not only provide a premium product but to offer a constant source of content and support to all facets of the kettle bell community.
Kettle bells are a tool of empowerment for a lot of people because they can so quickly translate into living a better life. You will move better, have less joint pain, endorphin boost, etc… The benefits are endless.
Jay: Our hope is that our followers will gain confidence in their workouts and reach their fitness goals through the kettle bells and the training we put out. They buy our products with the hope of losing weight, building muscle, or rehabbing from injury.
So, we want to create products, training and experience that they look forward to and that in our small way helps them feel better. Nehemiah: We hope that our products will elevate the standard of equipment for kettle bell users, and our training content will lead to a lifestyle that promotes a safer approach to wellness across more demographics than traditional methods.
Jay: Compared to all other equipment, kettle bells are truly unique in the versatility of their use for strength building, fat loss, conditioning or any other purpose. Most fitness equipment is for very specific goals like building one muscle group.
This combination leads to better workouts, customers looking forward to using them and people actually reaching their fitness goals. We noticed a lack of engagement with the company and end-user which is something we felt deserved more attention and support.
If you could give one piece of advice for living a more fit life in the midst of the everyday what would it be? Making your health and fitness a priority will help solidify better habits in your daily life.
Chad: My one piece of advice would be to find something that you can do for 20–30 minutes a day, 4–5 times a week. Once the routine is in place it is easy to add 10 or 15 minutes here and there to specialize in areas that you want more growth, but the foundation is key.
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FREE LOCAL PICK UP IN COLTON CALIFORNIA (SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY) IS WELCOME. The benefits of a kettle bell complex are that you’re usually working the full-body in a very dynamic way with compound exercises.
Dead lift, hang clean, swing clean, swing, half snatch, press, return to the ground and repeat. Originally designed like a barbell complex by Sealant, modified and translated to kettle bells by Caveman training.
By Matthew Brandon Garner, a member of our Caveman Inner Circle. This is a great combo that one of our members suggested including in one of our weekly workouts.
This is a beast of a combo as it’s one explosive movement after the other, you’re pulling the kettle bells up, squatting, and then thrusting them up with the power of your legs. This complex is great to work on the hips, leg strength, core, and shoulders.
To move fluidly, effectively, and safely one needs to understand and have mastered the kettle bell fundamentals. Caveman training has created two kettle bell workout books that contain kettle bell complexes in full-blown workouts, available for direct download on our site and as paperback or Kindle on Amazon.
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