Reifkind Swings Program
by Tracy Reifkind
Few people use the swing to its full potential. In this live workshop video, Tracy Reifkind will show you how to do just that. From people looking for a basic conditioning progression to instructors who need a variety of intense kettlebell routines, this video will cover all the angles. You’ll be blown away by the variety possible using this simple movement.
The Tracy Reifkind Swing Kettlebell program is without a doubt the most important of all the kettlebell exercises, but who really knows how to train it properly? For most trainees, this is a throwaway move, done at the end of the workout for minimal reps in a hurry to get into the more “exciting” movements of the snatch, clean and press and jerks.
But Tracy Reifkind swings program has changed all that with her original kettlebell choreography and progressions method demonstrating how to use just the basic kettlebell swing for an almost unlimited number of routines and intensity increases.
“If you searching a brutally effective fat loss and conditioning regimen, you have found it: Programming the Swing. I was so impressed with Tracy Reifkind’s innovations that I am incorporating some them into the RKC curriculum.”—Pavel Tsatsouline, StrongFirst
Learn how to program the kettlebell swing for the ultimate in muscular and cardiovascular conditioning with just a few basic progressions.
Learn how to maximize the most basic and important kettlebell exercise for the most efficient results possible.
Included on the workshop DVD: Tracy Reifkind Kettlebell Progressions handout pdf
In Reifkind Swings Program, you’ll see:
- Discovering rep pace
- Programming the two-hand swing
- Increasing set duration
- One-hand touch swings
- Rif’s swings technique
- Workload progressions
- Swing transfers
- Tracy’s Roundabout
- Swinging a heavier ‘bell
- A 15-minute sample swings workout
The workshop session begins with a short introduction, then moves quickly to audience participation. During the rest breaks, Tracy discusses the coming progressions and the reasoning, and the audience again gets in the action. You’ll want to follow along with your kettlebell, with a notepad nearby.