Steve Cotter Encyclopedia of Kettlebell Lifting Vol 2
Encyclopedia of Kettlebell Lifting Series 2 is the continuation of the massive and best selling Encyclopedia Series 1 created by Steve Cotter. With over 220 new techniques, this DVD series will take any serious Kettlebell lifter’s technical skill and knowledge to the highest level possible. Picking up where the first series ended, Cotter adds to the techniques shown on the original set with more advanced and challenging lifts. Additionally, Cotter teaches some of his favorite personal lifts like his Kettlebell BOSU system, Kettlebell juggling and his popular Explode! series of lifts. You will also be taken though Steve Cotters own private Kettlebell workout that is responsible for his own his unique and unequaled power and strength with the Kettlebells. This workout was designed for you to follow along with Cotter from the warm up to each amazing lift he does! As an added bonus, an additional 10 programs are included for general conditioning, core training, anaerobic conditioning, mobility, strength and power and overall cardio. This is without a doubt the most comprehensive series on Kettlebell lifting ever created!
VOLUME 1: Joint Mobility Warm-ups
A great use for your lighter Kettlebells to increase circulation in and around all the major joints of your body and to prepare you for the more vigorous portions of your workout.
VOLUME 2: Swings
Techniques to increase your understanding of the most fundamental Kettlebell lift through challenging variations.
VOLUME 3: Cleans
New challenges that teach you how to generate power from odd angles.
VOLUME 4: Press
Increase your pressing strength and muscularity by manipulating your body’s leverage.
VOLUME 5: Snatch
Combining the strength and power of the Snatch with increased demands on balance and range of motion.
VOLUME 6: Leg Training
Just when you thought your leg training could not get any more grueling — along comes these innovative exercises that will develop the strength and athleticism you’ve always desired.
VOLUME 7: Abdominals & Trunk
Get the hard, sculpted mid-section of your dreams! If you have a 6-pack now, get ready for your new 8-pack!
VOLUME 8: Grip/Forearm/Fingers
Your training program won’t be complete without the ever-important hand and lower arm development that is the territory of the truly strong.
VOLUME 9: Joint Health & Flexibility
Move deeper into the joints and increase your range of motion in the commonly tight areas of your body.
VOLUME 10: Neck & Spine
Shore up any weak links in your body’s kinetic chain with these challenging neck and spine exercises
VOLUME 11: Isometrics
Develop the shredded muscles of a gymnast with these intense, high-tension techniques.
VOLUME 12: Balance & Coordination
Learn new skills and break through old plateaus with these fun and highly challenging maneuvers.
VOLUME 13: KB & Bodyweight Combos
Add spice to your mundane bodyweight movements with these nasty combinations.
VOLUME 14: KB & BOSU
Learn how to combine your Kettlebell exercises with the popular BOSU™ Balance Trainer to create exciting routines that will challenge your strength and balance to the max.
VOLUME 15: KB Pushups
Pushups from A to Z. You’ll never have this much fun doing pushups! Challenges for beginners and elite athletes alike.
VOLUME 16: Quick Hands-Juggling Basics
The perfect way to increase hand-eye coordination while also challenging your mind. Best of all, these are fun!
VOLUME 17: Explode!
Run faster, jump higher, hit harder with these powerful and athletic Kettlebell movements.
VOLUME 18: Extreme Kettlebell Workout
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