Kettlebell Snatch

Kettlebell Snatch Test Survey

In Kettlebell Mastery, Mental Mastery by admin1 Comment

The kettlebell snatch is one of my favorite exercises. And the kettlebell snatch test is one of my favorite tests of endurance and mental toughness.

Kettlebell Snatches

Several minutes into a kettlebell snatch test

When I first got into kettlebells I remember training to reach the needed reps with the 24 kg bell in the test to pass the RKC. Later on I remember working up to the 200 total reps for the Rite of Passage in Pavel’s Enter the Kettlebell.

I didn’t stop there.

My next goal was 250. I hit that a couple months back (actually got 251).

Now my goal is 200 with the 32 kg. Its tough work. My best so far is 160 and I’m making my way up step by smooth step.

Of course, I’m not trying to brag. If I was I wouldn’t tell you just how hard snatching was for me in the first place. But I’ve come a long way. I no longer tear my hands up doing this and I make progress each and every time I set out to do it.

I know there are many others out there who want to add numbers to their snatches. And believe me there is a lot that goes into that, from techniques to pacing, programming and more.

I’m thinking about putting a DVD together that shows you everything I know about the kettlebell snatch test in its many forms. And I mean everything.

So here’s what I want you to do. I have a two question survey.

Kettlebell Snatch Test Survey (survey is closed).

Even though its tiny I still want to give you something for completing it. I shot a video showing you two tips that you can start using right away to increase your snatch numbers.

If you want it all you have to do is answer my easy questions and you‘ll get access to it.

Sound fair?

Kettlebell Snatch Test Survey (survey is closed).

In strength,
Logan Christopher


  1. Hey Logan,
    I just saw your post and headed here to do the survey but it was already closed. I’m in the 140-150 range (10 minutes with the 32kg, multiple hand switched), trying to get to 200 as well. Is your video permanently closed, or would you offer another opportunity to view it later?


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