Are you a minimalist? Do you like simplicity?

Are you a Kettlebell enthusiast?

You wish to upgrade your training arsenal with something effective and versatile? Are you short on time to train, so gym is no option?

Are you a trainer looking to help your clients reach new highs? You have a basic understanding about training with kettlebells and you wish to deepen your knowledge?

You are an athlete that is seeking new ways to complement your training?

Good. Keep reading…

*Prerequisite is that you have access to kettlebells either in a gym or at home.

Kettlebell Beginner

  • Kettlebell Deadlift
  • Goblet Squat
  • 2 Handed Kettlebell Swing
  • Kettlebell Clean
  • Kettlebell Strict Press
  • One Armed Kettlebell Swing
  • Fitness Windmill
  • Kettlebell Snatch
  • Turkish get-up

3 sessions/week (1h sessions)

12 sessions/month

280 Euro

Kettlebell Advanced

  • Double Kettlebell exercises
  • Kettlebells for endurance
  • Breathing mechanics
  • Kettlebells for maximal strength
  • Kettlebellls for explosive power
  • Kettlebells for martial arts
  • Kettlebells for cardio
  • Flow with Kettlebells
  • Kettlebell Clean

3 sessions/week (1h sessions)

12 sessions/month

330 Euro

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These two programs are theoretical and practical. We will talk about the why’s and how’s of kettlebell training, test and apply different protocols to find which suit your individual goals best.

When it comes to kettlebell training, there are two main styles to choose from: kettlebell sport and hardstyle kettlebell training. Kettlebell sport, also known as Girevoy Sport, focuses on performing a high number of reps with a lighter weight and a specific technique. This style of training emphasizes endurance and technique over raw strength. On the other hand, hardstyle kettlebell training, popularized by Pavel Tsatsouline, emphasizes explosive power and strength. It involves shorter sets with heavier weights and a focus on maximally contracting the muscles. Both styles have their own benefits and can be a great addition to your fitness routine, depending on your goals and preferences.

In addition to its physical benefits, kettlebell training can also have a positive impact on mental well-being. The focus and concentration required to perform kettlebell exercises correctly helps to improve mental clarity and reduce stress. The rhythmic swinging motion of the kettlebell can also have a meditative effect, allowing you to enter a flow state and escape from the pressures of everyday life. Many people find that incorporating kettlebell training into their routine helps them to feel more energized, focused, and balanced throughout the day.

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