Vintage Progression has been integrated by Anthony into some of the most prestigious collegiate training programs as well as numerous NFL, NHL and NBA athletic programs as a way to strengthen and build more resilient athletes. Studying this book, students will learn all the vintage exercises and how they relate to their kettlebell counterpart. Students will be taught all the corresponding progression exercises making each routine easier to learn and teach to others. Few people are more knowledgeable about the benefits of kettlebell use than Steve Cotter. A leading kettlebell expert, martial artist, and certified strength and conditioning specialist, Cotter has trained professional football teams, Navy SEALs, and the United States Marine Corps. After providing instruction on kettlebell training to fitness, strength, and conditioning professionals in more than 40 countries, he shares his expertise in this authoritative resource featuring over XX exercises.
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Thanks for any input any of you can provide. So I've done the ETK workbook twice. First time with a 24kg and the second time at 32kg. Following it to the letter will get you great results. Though my second time through I've added some stuff that I felt I missed the first time through double kb front squats, etc. I would say to 'look good' starts in the kitchen, you can do a thousand swings a day but you cant out train a crappy diet. So finding a slight caloric deficit and sticking with it will help shed bodyfat while not affecting your recovery.
I've also discovered that it'll help you tremendously with your PFT, it did for mine though I was doing sprints x per week along with ETK and actually scored higher without doing more PFT specific work. I would say follow the program and keep a record and see how you're progressing. Also use the mirror to judge your progress, not the scale, it can be deceiving. So drive on, keep your head down, and get to work.
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