The Swing!: Lose the Fat and Get Fit with This Revolutionary Kettlebell Program(Chinese Edition)

HardCover Pub Date: 2012 Pages: 256 in Publisher: the HarperOne Tracy Reifkind has a message for exercise-phobes and fitness trendsetters alike: of The kettlebell swing is the ultimate equalizer! Men and women athletes and couch potatoes the physically fit and the overweight – anyone can pick up a kettlebell. and in as few as four sessions. it will begin to transform lives. That’s what she did. and it catapulted her to a healthy new life and a radically different relationship to fitness. Now Reifkind is inging this powerful workout – popular among elite athletes. but accessible enough for a fitness novice – to its widest audience yet. Her program focuses on the simplest of the kettlebell movements. the swing. to create a workout that makes the body leaner and more muscular at the same time. As it swings. the kettlebell creates force that demands full-body involvement and con…

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3 Responses to The Swing!: Lose the Fat and Get Fit with This Revolutionary Kettlebell Program(Chinese Edition)

  1. piano lady says:

    Truly excellent Factual, informative and correct, I have been into kettlebells for a while and I find this and excellent book, either for beginner or advanced, like the author I have had issues with my weight and tried every diet on the planet and it was a constant struggle, but now with sensible eating and kettlebells, things are looking good, I used to swim 3 times a week, hard, and use the gym, but nothing gave me the speedy results as the kettlebell and the kettlebell swing.A concise, truthful and…

  2. poppa T says:

    The main difference between our journeys from fat to fit is she has got around to articulating it in this wonderful book. What s

  3. Iftikhari Bukhari says:

    Nice progressions I’ve been training with kettlebells on&off for a long time. Even though I have heard many wonderful things about the Swing (and snatch) I never really ‘got it’. Until I read Tracey’s book. It’s laid out step by-step and the progressions are excellent. It gives one something to aim for. I have noticed physical changes and am now a believer in the Swing exercise.No doubt this information is freely available on the web but it was the progressions that I found useful. Tracey lays out a…

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