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Make Massive Gains in Strength, Speed and Endurance with Russian Kettlebells
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“AGGRESSIVE STRENGTH: The Kettlebell Solution For Size and Strength”

Can you get bigger and stronger with kettlebells? Yes, if you use heavy kettlebells and know what exercises to do. I started training with kettlebells over three years ago and was always interested in lifting heavy kettlebells for strength and power. Doing tons of reps with light kettlebells never appealed to me. While my goal was not to get bigger, it happened as a side effect of hard training with heavy kettlebells. While I am not giving any of the Venice Beach Bodybuilders any competition (Not one of my goals and I doubt that it is one of yours), I have shown clearly that you can build a strong, muscular, and flexible physique with kettlebells. When I first started lifting kettlebells, I could barely press two 70lb kettlebells three times. Now, I can press two 88lb kettlebells five times at a bodyweight of 195lbs. 

This DVD will show you how I got there.
For the past three years kettlebells have been my main source of weight training. “Aggressive Strength” will show how to get much stronger with kettlebells and build a muscular physique as well. Even if you do not care about getting bigger, all of the techniques on the DVD (there are tons of them) will show you how to maximize strength with kettlebells. This DVD is made for people that love kettlebell training and want to take their training in the direction of strength and power.

-Mike Mahler

"Mike Mahler is an expert in the challenging field of sports conditioning. His unique and innovate teaching tactics guarantee high retention of these one of a kind workouts. His extensive knowledge feeds a powerful passion to explore the human body with safety and strength. If you get a chance to train with him; do so or regret it."
Frank Shamrock, 5 Time UFC Middle Weight Champion

This DVD is only for serious trainees that want to get as strong, powerful, and build a great physique. If you enjoy lifting light kettlebells and have no desire to be strong with a powerful physique then this DVD is not for you. 
If you do not have a goal to work up to training with heavy kettlebells then this DVD is not for you. However, if you are ready for a new challenge with kettlebells and have always wanted to train with the heavy kettlebells then this DVD is a must have for you. 

Mahler's Kettlebell Size and Strength DVD and Manual - DVD is 90 minutes, Manual has 14 training programs
Price:  $39.95 

Mike Mahler DVD 2
Mahler's Kettlebell DVD Combo - Size and Strength DVD + Speed and Explosive Strength DVD Save $5!
Price:  $64.95 

Special warning: Kettlebells are an extreme tool for serious athletes.


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  • Solid Steel Shaft with Two Collars
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Threaded Kettlebell Handle

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The kettlebell is a cast iron weight, which resembles a ball with a handle. An ancient Russian exercise device, the kettlebell has long been a favorite in that country for those seeking a special edge in strength and endurance.

It was the key in forging the mighty power of dinosaurs like Ivan ‘the Champion of Champions’ Poddubny. Poddubny, one of the strongest men of his time, trained with kettlebells in preparation for his undefeated wrestling career and six world champion belts. 

Peter Krylov was nicknamed ‘the King of Kettlebells’ after his favorite tool of strength development. He was known for his stunt of jerking overhead two beefy soldiers who sat inside two hollow spheres on the ends of Krylov’s specially made barbell. 

Many famous Soviet weightlifters, such as Vorobyev, Vlasov, Alexeyev, and Stogov, started their Olympic careers with old-fashioned kettlebells.

Although Russians have known kettlebells for as long as they have known vodka, the first official kettlebell competition took place only in 1948 and the first USSR championship did not happen until the fall of 1985. 

Kettlebells come in ‘poods’. A pood is an old Russian measure of weight, which equals 16kg, or 35 pounds. There are one, one and a half, and two pood K-bells, 16, 24, and 32kg respectively. They no longer come in heavier weights because the sport has evolved into a strength endurance event. Standard weights are lifted for repetitions: 32kg for men, 24kg for lower ranked athletes, and 16kg for kids and birds. 

To earn his national ranking, Pavel Tsatsouline had to power snatch a 32kg kettlebell forty times with one arm, and forty with the other back to back —over 40,000 foot/pounds of work—and power clean and jerk two such bells forty-five times. 

In the twentieth century Soviet science discovered that repetition kettlebell lifting is one of the best tools for all around physical development. (Voropayev, 1983) observed two groups of college students over a period of a few years. A standard battery of the armed forces PT tests was used: pullups, a standing broad jump, a 100m sprint, and a 1k run. The control group followed the typical university physical training program which was military oriented and emphasized the above exercises. The experimental group just lifted kettlebells. In spite of the lack of practice on the tested drills, the KB group showed better scores in every one of them.

There was more. Surprised researchers at the famous Lesgaft Physical Culture Institute in Leningrad (Vinogradov & Lukyanov, 1986) found a very high correlation between the KBL total and a great range of dissimilar tests: strength, measured with the three powerlifts and grip strength; strength endurance, measured with pullups and parallel bar dips; general endurance, determined by a 1000 meter run; work capacity and balance, measured with special tests!

The Red Army, too pragmatic to waste their troopers’ time on pushups and situps, quickly caught on. Every Russian military unit’s gym was equipped with K-bells.

Spetznaz, Soviet Special Operations, personnel owe much of their wiry strength, explosive agility, and never quitting stamina to kettlebells. High rep C&Js and snatches with K-bells kick the fighting man’s system into warp drive.

In addition to their many mentioned benefits, the official kettlebell lifts also develop the ability to absorb ballistic shocks. If you want to develop your ability to take impact try the official K-bell lifts. The repetitive ballistic shock builds extremely strong tendons and ligaments.

The ballistic blasts of kettlebell lifting become an excellent conditioning tool for athletes from rough sports like kickboxing, wrestling, and football. And the extreme metabolic cost of high rep KB workouts will put your unwanted fat on a fire sale.

There is a great variety of kettlebell lifts and exercises. Russians even compete in kettlebell throwing. 

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