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Turkish Get Up Tutorial - Part 3 (windshield wiper)

Here is Part 3 of the awesome Get Up. One of the most effective all around amazing strength and mobility improving exercise that exists.  These tutorials have helped make the Get Up easy and user friendly, along with increasing the bell size with ease.









Look out for our brand new DVD coming soon Kettlebell Revelation™, where you can use this drill in the workouts. In the mean time you can use this in Ultimate Body Sculpt and Conditioning with Kettlebells (Volume 2), Be SLAM program and The Kettlebell Body™.  Hope you enjoy!





LOOK OUT FOR HOW TO GET THE RADDEST AND STRONGEST GET UP GUIDE. Coming to our Lauren's Playground Members for no extra charge!

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Unknown said…
L-Boogie, This is great! I'm going to use your series of videos to teach my classes how to do the get up! I hope you don't mind! I'm sure you will be inspiring a ton of young ladies in my classes.

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