Left shoulder pain with weakness and loss of range of motion (on a pain scale of 1 to 10, rated an 8), alternating left and right knee pain (6-8/10), right ankle pain (3/10), neck pain (4/10), lower back pain (2/10), and inability to squat past 2 to 3 inches. Sounds like a mess of a patient right?
Nope, that was ME at the end of 2007!
How could I be a professional and somewhat of an authority in what I do and be such a mess physically?
That’s what I was trying to figure out back then. Fortunately by 2008, I stumbled upon a piece of equipment that has literally helped me restore and piece my body back together again: the Russian Kettlebell.
Since my introduction to the Russian Kettlebell Challenge (RKC), I’ve used Hardstyle Russian kettlebell training as one of my main means of training, rehabilitation, and pre-habilitation. By integrated the RKC system with my background in chiropractic, acupuncture, soft tissue, and corrective exercise techniques and I’ve been able to reduce my pain by 80%, increased my strength, flexibility, fitness (dropped from 16% to 13.25% body fat), and move MUCH better.
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