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  1. Pandinha is offline

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    Tabatas with kettlebells

    I'm using kettlebells to do tabatas based on heart rate.

    My high end is 150bpm, my low is 130bpm. I'm using 150 at this time as this is the first time.

    I did 5 sets of swings, and then zipups to shoulder press. I'm sweating crazy right now, and wow does the kb give you an aeorbic workout.

    Suggestions on different sets, and if possible youtube video showing it would be appreciated!

    Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
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    I read El Macho's blog, but I'm still having trouble figuring out what a Tabata is. Anway here's one of my favorite grappling endurance routines from KB expert and BJJ champion Steve Maxwell:

    1) Double Snatch
    2) Clean and front squat
    3)Clean and Press
    4)Front Squat to Push Press
    5)Thrusters (Clean, Front Squat to Push Press)
    6) Renegade Row
    The exercises are performed in a circuit with two KBs. It's extremely exhausting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Razamataz
    I read El Macho's blog, but I'm still having trouble figuring out what a Tabata is. Anway here's one of my favorite grappling endurance routines from KB expert and BJJ champion Steve Maxwell:

    1) Double Snatch
    2) Clean and front squat
    3)Clean and Press
    4)Front Squat to Push Press
    5)Thrusters (Clean, Front Squat to Push Press)
    6) Renegade Row
    The exercises are performed in a circuit with two KBs. It's extremely exhausting.
    I've only got two kettlebells, a 45 and a 20lber. So the two KBs are out of the question. Thanks anyway. :)
    Quote Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
    "Just what makes a pure grappler think he can survive with an experienced striker. Especially if that striker isn't following any particular rule set and is well aware of what the grapplers strategies are".
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    Kettlebells are too goddamn pricey. Almost $100 for a 50lb one. Not even a damn pair.

    ****, it's just a ball of iron with a handle.

    Sorry. Not trying to derail.
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    Well, for KB routines/exercises your best resource is the Dragon Door website, in the articles section:

    http://www.dragondoor.com/articler/mode2/Kettlebells

    There are lots of MMA/grappling spefic routines there.

    Edit: Be sure to read the one about the Dept of Energy's 'Man Maker' Routine. I think that might have what you're looking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost
    Kettlebells are too goddamn pricey. Almost $100 for a 50lb one. Not even a damn pair.

    ****, it's just a ball of iron with a handle.

    Sorry. Not trying to derail.
    You can buy through DragonDoor on ebay. You'll save yourself a fortune.
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    my blog has links to Muscle Driver

    a great product for about half the price of DD. As an RKC, I have shopped around!

    www.rivercitypc.blogspot.com
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    I've heard bad things about the Muscle Driver KBs. Not all KBs are created equal.
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    maybe it was V1.

    there is a version two out. I train A LOT with kettelbells. If I had my druthers, I might rather have a Dragon Door or an American Kettlebell Club bell. That being said, both of those cost twice as much, are often out of stock and take for ever to ship.

    I teach classes and train clients with kettlebells. When I needed the best all around for the bst price, I went with the MuscleDriver. 53lbs=$65 delivered. It's worth a shot. They have a money back guarantee i think.

    I own about 15 of them myself, and the gym i train out of owns about 30. They're good.
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