Alan Calvert – The One-Arm Military Press (1915)

Alan Calvert – The One-Arm Military Press (1915)

Assuming that a dumbbell has been lifted to the shoulder, there are several ways of getting it to full  arms’ length above the head with one hand. The simplest way – and incidentally the way that requires the most strength – is the “MILITARY PRESS.”...
Desbonnet’s School of Physical Culture (1885)

Desbonnet’s School of Physical Culture (1885)

To paraphrase a legendary RocknRolla quote, “there is no school like the old school, and I’m… a fan”.

Professor Edmund Desbonnet was – together with Russian Dr. Vladislav Von Krajewski and Louis Attila (teacher of Eugene Sandow and many other famous strongmen) – one of the true forefathers of the Iron Game.

Charles MacMahon: Kettlebell Juggling (1927)

Charles MacMahon: Kettlebell Juggling (1927)

The juggling of kettle-bells is a broad subject and I will not attempt to outline all the juggling stunts that are possible, but will merely give you instructions on a few of the most common.

As the title states, you need a kettle-bell or two, or ring-weights with stationary handles.