[quote]Upstate Lifter wrote:
I’ve been very interested in how difficult those Man-Makers are after watching Mahler’s Aggressive Strength DVD. Have you ever tried the Mahler Body Blasters in a session?
What kind of k-bell circuits have you seen as an RKC? It seems like some people like the whole training solely on k-bells, and that sort of thing ain’t my bag, baby. I like using k-bells as a facet of my training, and know that some very effective circuits are out there… I just don’t know what they are. Have any ideas?
I have tried all of mikes drill and they are a blast, give them a go. THe normal person in me love to do barbell work, yet the mutant in me sometimes wont listen and I actually do a lot of work with Kettelbells.
Having said that I havent seen all that many circuits that I would overly recommend I have written up a few simple one for clients based on their goals but thats is circuits in the pure form/name.
Steve maxwell is the one to talk to about that. Yet circuit training doesnt have to be one drill afte rthe other you could get great strength gaining by doing multipul drills but adding a drill in between every other drill for example.
KB military press
Repeat that as many times as possibletrying to add another circuit every other session. this way you can focus on you weak point. which is one this i have believed in for as long as I have been lifting weight. work the weakpoint until it becomes a strong point and then find another weak link.
The more simple a circuit is the more effective it is, I hate to whatch the clock with circuits yet I love to do it when I am doing EDT (Please Explain). let me know what your goals are what your current routine looks like and post that in a new thread so I can take a look and try an help you out.