The kettlebell is a fantastic tool for coaches and their clients to use in order to save time. Not only does it provide an efficient way of getting work done, but also helps those who don’t have much experience with weight training learn how quickly they can get started!
Running a class is like running your own gym and you get to be in charge! It’s rewarding, especially when the participants know exactly what they need for success.
kettlebell classes are a lot of fun, especially when you run them in your own gym and have people who care about getting strong.
A cast iron powder coated kettlebell is a versatile functional training tool that can be used a thousand different ways.
With the variety of gyms in today’s market, it is not easy for a new trainer to stand out. In order to make their mark and be noticed by potential customers who are always on-the go like you know I am with my busy life style; these trainers need an entrepreneurial spirit when coming up with classes or workshop topics that will keep people interested!
Dangerously Fit Power Bags are a great alternative to the kettlebell, you can perform very similar movements and achieve the same great results.
When men show up to the gym, they’re often not aware that women train there too. They’ll watch in awe as an experienced woman throws around weights with ease and try their best imitation of these movements because society has taught them it’s somehow masculine or competent if you can bench press more than someone else – but what good is having heavier muscles when your body doesn’t know how use them?
When I first started functional training at my local CrossFit facility many years ago- after being wary from entering a “manly” space where everything seemed so martial arts oriented (not exactly portable workout equipment)- one thing became clear: There were way fewer guys here overall!
We all know that kettlebells are a great tool for functional fitness workouts, but what about when you have an exerciser who’s not quite ready? The best way to control their progress is through regressions and progression. In this article I’ll cover both of them so check back soon!
Reversing movements or exercises can help keep beginners from getting too frustrated with intensity level changes when they aren’t used to moving around the weight yet either.
The kettlebell deadlift is one of the best exercises you can do for your bottom half. This versatile move works on everything from grip strength to balance, and it’s even got some cardio benefits! To progress this exercise we recommend double kettle bells or eccentric version which will really challenge those muscles as they contract during their descent–not so much when doing an explosive style like over head squats though because there isn’t enough motion involved at first glance (but trust us…you’ll burn more calories!). Make sure not only are all surrounding joints safe but also check yourself before lifting again just in case anything broke.
I had a difficult time programming the kettlebell workouts when I first started leading functional training classes. The participants all moved at different paces, some needed more coaching while others rushed through them without any instruction from myself or other group members that were also in charge of programming these sessions- creating an unorganized mess!
This problem got worse as we grew our membership and became busier with workshops going on simultaneously outside class hours which made scheduling even harder than before because there was no way for me to stay up-to date about everyone’s schedule who wanted certain days off so they could train during those times.