Pavel Tsatsouline (born August 23, 1969 in Minsk, USSR now part of Belarus) is a fitness instructor from the former Soviet Union.[citation needed] He is involved with the evolving field of martial arts fitness and is a major proponent of the traditional Russian fitness tool, the kettlebell, as an exercise and strengthening tool. He is credited with popularizing the kettlebell in the United States.[1]

He was voted a "Hot Trainer" by Rolling Stone in 2001.[2]

Tsatsouline has published articles in Milo magazine[3] and Performance Press.

Pavel's publisher is Dragon Door, owned by John Du Cane. Dragon Door is a website and publishing company generally focused on martial arts and related sports, but also catering to general health, fitness, weight loss, and stress management.

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  1. ^ Welcome to the Event
  2. ^ Rolling Stone. August 30, 2001, page 95
  3. ^ "MILO Articles by Topic: General weight training and fitness: Pavel Tsatsouline". MILO: A Journal for Serious Strength Athletes. Archived from the original on 2007-10-15. http://web.archive.org/web/20071015093947/http://ironmind.com/ironmind/opencms/ironmind/MILO/milo13.html. Retrieved 2007-11-07.

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