There are 3 Aspects to this Kettlebell Club that you really should know about.
Why Learn To Use Kettlebells For Strength?
1. Learn Kettlebells from the ground up, with a Certified Instructor, learning solid fundamentals. We are building kettlebell bodies here – the type that look great, move well, and are indestructible. You body will need to change in order to master this sport – Whether you have experience with weight training or not, and there is plenty to learn for all! (Kettlebell Training usually costs $90 per hour – this will cost $200/mo. and will be much more fun)
What is FMS Training?
2. FMS….what’s that? It’s mobility training, designed by Gray Cook, world renowned Physiotherapist. FMS is used to train MOST professional sports athletes and teams – from the Olympics to Wimbledon. I incorporate FMS training with Kettlebells, so that your body can move well, pain free, and achieve maximum performance.
Why Kettlebell Classes?
3. It’s SOCIAL. Yes, this is a social club. My thinking is this…..why can’t we rock out to our favorite music, kick some serious butt, receive world class coaching in the sport, AND be social at the same time? I’ll show you how! This club is about community, about getting your bodily needs met, and creating an environment that’s supportive. I’ll support you by throwing a monthly BBQ, and making Wednesday evening of each week our Social Hour – where convene for dinner and drink.
Below’s the press release………I’ll see you there!
It’s social. It’s Fitness. It’s balance. In Dan’s Kettlebell Club,we’re fusing the national ethnic sport of Russia, Kettlebells, with real life socializing, food and drink! Mixing Kettlebells with FMS,we will start each workout by bringing mobilization and balance to the musculoskeletal system. Learning Kettlebells from the floor up from a SFG certified instructor you will feel like you’ve never felt before while meeting fun, active workout partners. The important part takes place after class on Wednesdays,when we venture out the fitness world to a local restaurant (where we normally do ourselves damage) – but the class will be accompanied by Coach Dan, so some learning about how to balance food with fitness will take place (we’re doing now, and not just telling anymore). And there will be regular BBQs – because the two just go well together – lifting iron outside, just like we’re back in Mother Russia.
When Do We Train?
Meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-7:30 PM (more times opening up – send me an email and let me know when you can make it – this will help me in adding additional class times! email@example.com)
About 75 – 90 minutes of fitness (we’re ditching the traditional hour)
Mobility, musculoskeletal balancing (FMS) and performance enhancement
Russian Kettlebell Instruction, and dripping wet workouts
Other forms of exercise you can expect: Body weight exercises, barbell instruction and training, boxing, aerobics
Here’s a sample of an old world Russian Kettlebell training manual, accompanied by music that’s sure to put you in the mood for this eastern genre…!
Time – time to talk, ask questions – time to learn about how to crack you’re body’s code and get fit like a spring chicken!
As a coaches, after every session we feel like we’re leaving our athlete/client out into the harsh, cold world where they have inadequate support …….!!! Let’s discuss nutrition and life balance WHILE you are ordering in real time – I mean actually while you’re eating and drinking! Tired of being TOLD? I will SHOW you. We’ll Bridge the gap for training athletes by providing:
1. World class instruction
3. Habit building (the Coach is watching you order that burger…..yes, you SHOULD order that after lifting those iron cannonballs with handles)
Most of the Coachs’ knowledge is untapped – until you leave the gym…..that’s where everyone falls down! I can’t install a kitchen at the studio to demonstrate – but there are plenty of places where we can walk,socialize,learn how to balance from classmates and the Coach and enjoy some healthy grub! It’s funny how in order to be fit,we must lose all of the habits we’ve acquired over the last 150 years – and how bringing the 5,000 year old kettlebell into the picture helps to pull us out of our modern, unhealthy thinking and habits.”
By Dan Piper, CPT, RKC, FMS, Workout4Results.com