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Kettlebell Snatch Domination

When it comes to the standard Kettlebell Lifts, the Snatch is like the Grand-daddy of them all.

The Snatch is a weapon that you can use for developing athleticism that you can use for sports.

It is so bad-ass that it is also the first damn thing you do when you walk in the door at the RKC certification to prove whether or not you belong.

It’s also a primary aspect of Kettlebell Sport, and I am sure you have seen the physical rigors those guys put themselves through at those competitions.

No matter what realm of physical training involving Kettlebells you are in, if your Snatch is not up to par, then you will suffer.

Now, there are TONS of resources out there to help you develop your Kettlebell Snatch. Depending on what your training objective is, you may go in one direction or the other.

Well, today, there is a NEW RESOURCE available to you, and it is Logan Christopher’s Kettlebell Snatch Domination.

If you are on my newsletter, then you’ve seen a few emails from me over the course of the last few days, directing you to several short videos from Logan where he talks about how to perform the Snatch, the best techniques for improving in the Snatch, and many other training tidbits for Complete Snatch Annihilation.

Also during the last few days, if you have gone to watch the videos Logan has put out, if you have been to the Dragondoor forum, and if you have been to YouTube, you have seen a lot of discussion saying that you should not listen to Logan…

Why are people saying that you should not Listen to Logan Christopher, you ask?

Because of his lockout form.

The Snatch is a highly technical Kettlebell Lift – that is why it is such an important part of so many certifications and competitions.

There are a dozen things you can do wrong in the Snatch
, let alone the lockout – foot positioning, hip action, grip position, lumbar spine curvature, thoracic spine rigidity, head position, neck alignment, hand rotation, and many more things can go wrong in the Snatch and throw you off your game. Let alone the LOCKOUT!!!

Look, in this video, Logan Christopher does 301 Snatches in 10 minutes. Are some of the Lockouts cut short? Yes, but is it even possible to perform 300 Snatches in 10 minutes WITHOUT cutting the lockout short?

Ignore the Lockout

Instead, take note of the constant speed Logan maintains from beginning to end. In 10 minutes there are 600 seconds. In order to perform 300 Snatches, you have to maintain a pace of 1 Snatch every 2 seconds. That pace is incredible!

Ignore the Lockout

Instead, listen to the breathing. Logan literally sounds like a speeding locomotive picking up steam as he passes the one minute mark and seemingly begins to pick up steam as well. Logan’s conditioning is fantastic in this DVD, believe me!

Ignore the Lockout

Instead, pay attention to the hand switches. When most people switch hands in the Snatch test, they lose a tremendous amount off time because they lower the bell down between there legs and then make the transfer after a swing, and then power into another Snatch, losing a tremendous amount of time. Logan doesn’t waste any time, in fact, he’s got the Kettlebell transferred to the other hand before it even reaches waste-height. EXTREMELY Efficient Hand Switches.

Ignore the Lockout

Instead, pay attention to how Logan pulls the Kettlebell down, engaging the stretch reflex, and powering into the next repetition. Many people do not engage the lats in the Kettlebell Snatch on the down-swing and lose valuable time in their Snatch Test. Not Logan – he pulls the ‘Bell down and rips it back up quicker than anyone I have every seen.

Ignore the Lockout

Instead, pay attention to the EXCLUSIVE GROUP Logan Christopher is in now. He joins Valery Federenko, the man whose name is synonymous with Kettlebell Sport in the United States, and John Brookfield, the man whose name is synonymous with Grip Strength in the United States, as the only 3 men who have completed 300 or more Snatches in 10 minutes. Video evidence shows that Federenko cut his lockouts short. There is no video of John Brookfield’s performance that I am aware of, so we are not sure, but I am leaning heavily towards John cutting his reps short. Nothing against John, I just simply think that an abbreviated Lockout is necessary in order to complete that many Snatches. Like I said…


IGNORE THE LOCKOUT. Period.


The information Logan tells you in his DVD
will yield so many other valuable golden nuggets of information on Dominating the Kettlebell Snatch, just forget that his Snatch Lockouts were cut a bit short and look at how many other things Logan can teach you.

Look, I have watched all three disks in this awesome set. I think it is EXTREMELY valuable to someone looking to improve their Snatch. I fully expect dozens more athletes to eclipse the 300 Snatches in 10 Minutes Mark within a month or two, because Logan is going to hook them up with some important factors in the equation.

Do you honestly think that someone that can Snatch a 53-lb Kettlebell that many times can NOT teach you something that will help you get 100 in 5 minutes for the RKC Cert, or 200 in 10 minutes for the Secret Service Snatch Test?

Ignore the Lockout and see what else this DVD has to offer. Then do the following 3 Things:

1. Go to this link: Kettlebell Snatch Domination

2. Pick up Your Copy of Kettlebell Snatch Domination

3. Send me the Receipt you get to jedd dot diesel at gmail dot com.

4. I will send you the awesome bonus I finished last night for you.

BOOM – It’s that easy.

Now be like Charlie Sheen, Ignore the Lockout and W.I.N.

All the best in your training.

Jedd

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