Program Review: The Russian Kettlebell Challenge Rite of Passage

In my slow descent in being a kettlebell guy, I’m here with a review of arguably the most commonly run kettlebell program on the planet: The Russian Kettlebell Challenge Rite of Passage. I am running the version described by kettlebell evangelist Pavel Tsatsouline in the Second Edition of his famous Enter the Kettlebell book.

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Hi. I make movies and lift weights. I write about the latter here.

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