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@Dr. Michael Hartle , Master SFG, has a plan for you to pass your SFG snatch test:


I will be starting to follow this plan, beginning next Monday. Anyone else interested? If you're preparing for the Dome (Chicago) cert in April, 2020, now is the perfect time to get started.

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StrongFirst Director of Education, Brett Jones, shares a personal story of injury and rehabilitation, and also the pressing program he used.


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Apologies for not posting this one when it came out. Title says it all, author Yoana Teran, Senior StrongFirst Certified Instructor, is well-known for her expertise on the subject and has also authored a well-respected book entitled, "Kettlebell Mommy."


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Title says it all. Author Mike Perry knows of what he speaks - FMS instructor, member of StrongFirst leadership, trainer to competitive athletes, and gym owner. If you do getups, you'll want to read this and try his suggestions.


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StrongFirst Chairman and Founder, Pavel Tsatsouline, shares strategies that

"... should improve your odds of staying healthy or, at least, fighting off a virus more effectively."


Everyone should read this but even more important than _you_, a member of our forum, reading it, please share the link with others to help them help themselves.

And if your family, friends, and co-workers have questions about anything, please instruct them to ask in the comments section at the end of the article and/or to join us here on the forum and start a thread whose purpose will be to help turn the article's principles into each person's individual practice.

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With a kettlebell and a small toolbox of fundamental moves, you'll never be bored. From the article:

... exercise variations are only the tip of the possibility iceberg. We can manipulate our training “load” with many other variables: the type of practice you do (skill based, strength development, conditioning, etc.), the style (straight sets, supersets, circuits, chains, etc.), intensity (as the % of your 1TRM—technical rep maximum), volume (the number of lifts), and density (how much work gets done in a given time which has a lot to do with recovery between sets and rounds).

Here's your perfect read for training inspiration at home in these trying times:


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I've gotten behind in posting article links here - this is where I left off.

Dr. Barkauskas is a doctor of sports medicine and long-time team physician for the Lithuanian Olympic Team. He has interesting things to say about breathing and other aspects of health.


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Valued forum contributor, @Anna C, has written


The title touches on one of the subjects of the article, but Anna modestly leaves out the big take-home message: her tremendous generosity and strength of character. Reading her story will, I hope, inspire each of us to become stronger in our own lives. The excellent advice, based on her first-hand experience in returning to normal training, is a bonus.

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