Rule the Kettlebell

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The Kettlebell is a weight with a handle, which it is thought, originated in Russia, where it first appeared in the Russian dictionary in 1709. Back then it was used as a counter weight for farm equipment, however it soon migrated to becoming a tool used for developing strength endurance, which would probably just have been considered fitness at the time. This training, over time, became something that was also featured at shows, with a selection of difficult moves used to measure strength in these local competitions.

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The Kettlebell is a weight with a handle, which it is thought, originated in Russia, where it first appeared in the Russian dictionary in 1709. Back then it was used as a counter weight for farm equipment, however it soon migrated to becoming a tool used for developing strength endurance, which would probably just have been considered fitness at the time. This training, over time, became something that was also featured at shows, with a selection of difficult moves used to measure strength in these local competitions.

Who is it for?

  • Trainers who already use kettlebells
  • Trainers who want to see the potential of training away from the traditional lifts to improve performance
  • Trainers who want new ideas on how to use the kettlebell
  • Trainers who want to know the history and the basic kettlebell lifts

Recently, this sport has made it back in to Fitness, and so FASTER has designed a course to show how you can develop different exercises for this sport, to develop your endurance and techniques in different ways to improve you and your clients ability in the sport.  In fitness, it will show the faster exercise development in process.

Why do it?

  • Repeating a movement many times can be detrimental to a client and potentially cause injury, this shows alternatives to these motions
  • Training too far away from the function you are trying to improve can reduce and sometimes worsen the training results, this shows how to adapt movements to keep carryover consistent
  • Learn a load of new movements and how to create your own from the traditional lifts

How do you learn?

  • All online, a mixture of written notes and videos for support

 

What do you get?

  • Online notes and videos

Additional information

Learning Style

Online Only, 1-1 UK, 1-1 US