Learn the basics of Kettlebell Training which includes the most fundamental exercise of Kettlebell Training - the Kettlebell Swing. Plus, learn how to transfer your skills and teach others.
- Your first step to becoming a serious Kettlebell Trainer or Kettlebell Enthusiast.
- Improve your cardiovascular endurance, potentially eradicate neck and back pain.
- Learn the most fundamental exercise of Kettlebell Training, properly.
This course will cover every intrinsic detail of the kettlebell swing, explained and broken down in such a way that everyone can understand it; it’s basic but at the same time advanced.
Whether you are a personal trainer who wants to fully understand and be able to teach your clients the kettlebell swing step-by-step, or whether you’re a kettlebell enthusiast who is looking to strengthen the back, improve cardio, strengthen the core, improve flexibility or potentially eradicate neck and back pain, this course is for you.
The course covers:
- Kettlebell Training Benefits
- Warming up
- Hip Hinge
- Anatomy of the Kettlebell
- Kettlebell Swing
- Double Arm Clean
- 5 additional exercises
- Workout vs Complex
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
- internet connection
- one kettlebell
- digital recording device (smart phone or other camera)
The course includes:
- Certificate of Completion
- 4 hours of email support
- 2 hours of live chat with your personal kettlebell coach
- Theory, multiple-choice exams, open ended questions exams and practical assessments
- Amazon listed ebook on the hip hinge
- Amazon listed ebook on the kettlebell swing
- Audiobook about the hip hinge (see sample below)
- Audiobook about the kettlebell swing (see sample below)
- Video about the kettlebell swing
Benefits of Kettlebell Training
Benefits of Kettlebell Training - Theory
Welcome to the first unit of your Online Kettlebell Training course.
Please download and read the theory for this unit Kettlebell Benefits.
Once you have read all material and understand it, please proceed to the exam in the next unit by clicking "Marked as completed" and then "Next Unit".
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