I’m currently sitting in the parking lot, two hours early for my RKC certification, where one of the greatest Olympic coaches and (at 58 years old) is twice as strong as anyone else in the room. He’s also a Fulbright scholar, as well as the friendliest and warmest and funniest person you could possibly meet.
Ladies and Gentlemen I Give You – Russian Kettlebell Club Master; Dan John
Dan spearheads a side to this industry that doesn’t want you to join fads, and doesn’t care if you look like everyone else. At Workout4Results we’re following Dan’s example. We are not taking short cuts to make more money by touting quick fixes to the public.
We’ve taken the time to do things right, and to learn how to coach properly, for the long haul. We are here to help you get better; and we’re very patient. We’re here to help you develop a healthy relationship with your body, and reap the benefits throughout your entire lifetime, not just for a short season.
Flash forward 24 hours…
One of the biggest things I’m taking home this weekend from RKC 1 Kettlebell certification in San Jose is was something Dan John asked “Will your current fitness regimen benefit you 20 years from now?”
This is really essential, because for most folks I coach, the answer up to now has been “no”.
In fact, people often come to see me because they’ve been hurt doing something they thought would lift them up, but that eventually tore them down. Don’t fall into this trap!
What is a correct strength training programme?
A correct training routine is a patient, rather than a hurried process. Such is the nature of strength… Strength is patient.
February 20, 2016
By Dan Piper, CPT, RKC, FMS, Workout4Results.com