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Dragon Door/RKC Sponsors Legendary MMA Fighter, Fedor Emelianenko in Upcoming Battle Against Dan Henderson, on Showtime

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1312045220 46 Dragon Door/RKC Sponsors Legendary MMA Fighter, Fedor Emelianenko in Upcoming Battle Against Dan Henderson, on Showtime

Hoffman Estates, IL (PRWEB) July 28, 2011

Shrouded in mystique in the world of Mixed Martial Arts, many aficionados have hailed Fedor as the greatest to ever do it, the Muhammad Ali of his sport. he remains one of the most fearsome and talented heavyweights in the world — and practically a national hero in Russia. The Fedor-Henderson fight is being heavily advertised and promoted in the homeland and some fans are calling it ‘Fedor’s second Coming’.

Dragon Door launched its RKC kettlebell training system in 2001, sparking a worldwide revolution in effective strength and conditioning for elite athletes, martial artists, military and all those seeking a supreme level of functional fitness.

Dragon Door’s RKC programs offer a wealth of kettlebell information for generating superior strength and power — including books, seminars, training certification programs, equipment and DVDs. Many of the resources are considered modern classics, including Enter the Kettlebell: Strength Secret of the Soviet Supermen, written by former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor Pavel Tsatsouline.

American hardmen of all stripes were quick to recognize what their Russian counterparts had long known — nothing beats the kettlebell, when you’re looking for a single tool to dramatically impact your strength and conditioning.

“This is an ideal fit for our team,” writes John Du Cane, Founder and CEO of Dragon Door. “A great believer himself in kettlebells, Fedor embodies strength and power, and that’s what our company has been all about for the past 20 years — no gimmicks or fads, only hard work and training that builds resilience, strength and power.”

As originator with Pavel Tsatsouline of the modern kettlebell movement, Du Cane has spent decades building the world’s most informed and proficient community of kettlebell instructors, now in 43 countries and every U.S. state.

Dragon Door/RKC offers Certification Workshops around the globe — from Budapest to San Diego to Philadelphia, to Korea to Belfast — providing the highest quality kettlebell instructor program available. Pavel’s Russian Kettlebell Challenge Certification Workshop gives professionals a crash course in Advanced Strength Skills, ignites new business opportunities, and propels attendees into the front ranks of physical excellence. An enthusiastic following of leading fitness and athletic authorities, trainers, doctors and therapists around the world have supported and attended their workshops since 2001.

About Dragon Door and the RKC

Founded in 1991 by John Du Cane, Dragon Door is the world’s premier site for kettlebells, strength, conditioning, flexibility and advanced fitness resources. as a company with strong links to elite military, law enforcement and martial arts, Dragon Door offers hard-core training tools for harder-living types — celebrating and cultivating strength and toughness. as the company that launched the modern kettlebell revolution in 2001, they succeeded in developing the word’s single most effective system—known as RKC— for rapid weight loss and immense gains in power. if you are seeking absolute top-notch resources for developing supreme ruggedness, durability and never-quit resilience, enter through the Dragon Door. please go to http://www.DragonDoor.com for more details and resources.

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