Brandon Hetzler recently wrote The Forgotten Benefits of the Turkish Get-Up which appears on the StrongFirst website. Brandon is a Certified Athletic Trainer that oversees the Sports Performance Program for Mercy Sports Medicine in Springfield MO, and is an instructor in the Masters of Athletic Training Program at Missouri State University. He is a StrongFirst Level 2 Instructor and holds the following additional credentials – CK-FMS, CICS, and PM.
The Department of Sports Medicine and Athletic Training is proud to maintain an educational partnership with StrongFirst, Inc.. If you are not familiar with StrongFirst, here is a brief overview;
Led by its Chairman Pavel Tsatsouline who reintroduced kettlebell training to the West over thirteen years ago, StrongFirst’s mission is to offer the best service, education, and instructors to exercise professionals, tactical operators, and the strong men and women that they serve. Since 1997, Pavel, a best-selling author and recognized expert in strength, has reverse engineered the practices of top performers backed by evidence-based research. That methodology is made available to StrongFirst instructors for use in their personal practice and businesses. StrongFirst has certified instructors worldwide, including world-ranked powerlifters, competitive athletes, military and law enforcement professionals, as well as athletic trainers and strength and conditioning coaches. StrongFirst offers both instructor certifications and in-depth user courses through the US and internationally. (Content from the StrongFirst website www.strongfirst.com )
Brandon’s article, The Forgotten Benefits of the Turkish Get-Up, may be read in it’s entirety at http://www.strongfirst.com/the-forgotten-benefits-of-the-turkish-get-up/