Any bearded kettlebell lifters here?

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Any bearded kettlebell lifters here?

poor nobleman
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March 12th, 2018, 5:25 pm #1

Currently I work out three times a week with kettlebells and own weight.

I do jerk, snatch, etc. with 16 kg and 24 kg, also do squats, push-ups, curls. I also include dumbbells.

Are there any bearded kettlebell lifters here besides me?
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gato
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March 14th, 2018, 9:49 am #2

I use kettlebells as well in a couple of my workouts each week.  Same weights - 16&24kgs.  I add them into circuits that I do, including other body weight exercises, box jumps, ball slams and double unders.

Fun!
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April 30th, 2018, 6:16 pm #3

Just was lifting some kettlebells and doing other exercises to this music.







Now some cardio and I'm done.
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poor nobleman
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May 4th, 2018, 7:20 pm #4

Today was lifting these 16/24 kg kettlebells as well.

I can lift 24 kg kettlebell for 15 reps by one hand. How about you, Gato?
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May 5th, 2018, 10:56 am #5

I suspect that you are considerably stronger than I am.  I could certainly 'clean' the 24kg bell 15 times (but it would be hard for me),  I would probably be able to do a clean and press once or twice - there's no way I would be able to do single arm snatches of a 24kg bell.  Snatches are a little more technical than most of the kb exercises that I do these days.  I use the 24kg bell more for two-handed push presses and swings.
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May 5th, 2018, 3:33 pm #6

gato wrote: I suspect that you are considerably stronger than I am.  I could certainly 'clean' the 24kg bell 15 times (but it would be hard for me),  I would probably be able to do a clean and press once or twice - there's no way I would be able to do single arm snatches of a 24kg bell.  Snatches are a little more technical than most of the kb exercises that I do these days.  I use the 24kg bell more for two-handed push presses and swings.
I mostly do such classic kettlebell exercises as jerk and snatch.

According to your comments, you are pretty fit and endurant, and if I were you, I would try to add some muscle mass on top of it. So you would be stronger.

At the moment I don't have any good conditions to gain mass, but when I improve the conditions, I'm going to become at least twice more jacked.
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May 5th, 2018, 5:37 pm #7

As it gets warmer, I was also going to local sportsground. I'm able to do 15 pull-ups at once.

Not that I bragged about it, but I think it's a fine result.

I know a guy who push-up 100 reps daily and pulls-up 30 reps. He did this for years, and when he came to the gym, he was able to bench press 100, 120 and even 140 kg (within a few months).
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May 5th, 2018, 7:07 pm #8

I do more with dumbbells and barbells but I like incorporating some kettlebell and calisthenic movements once in a while too. I definitely notice fast changes in my overall strength when I do that kind of focused compound work.
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