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28kg Get Up vs. 116lb Lauren Brooks






Turkish Get Up - One of the best kettlebell exercises for your entire body!

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Comments

Sam Doyle said…
28kg is pretty impressive for a get up. I've been doing these for a while to train for jiu jitsu and I don't know a lot of people who can do it :)
Anita Slater said…
Wow :-). My max right now is 35 pounds. You always inspire me to keep training; thanks for the video!
Lexi said…
Very impressive! Way to rock it for the girls :-) Keep up the good work and keep sharing!
Unknown said…
This blog is so perfect for me now for I really want to lose my fat using how to use a kettlebell. I truly believe that by using this piece of equipment would help me achieve my goal in the very near future!
Joe said…
Yup, as Sam says 28kg is very impressive. Any idea why that's called a Turkish get up? Would love to know where the name came from!
Rafael said…
This is fantastic!
Jenny Stafford said…
Great post :) Speed adjustment is a basic and important feature on treadmills. Incline adjustment capability is another commonly found feature in treadmills, and it allows you to lift the tread belt to different heights.

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