Posts Tagged ‘kettlebells’

 

10 Important Lessons I have learned from Twenty Years in the Fitness Industry

This summer marked a personal milestone as I reached my 20th year of being a Personal Trainer and Educator. Wide eyed and bushy tailed, ACE certificate in hand, I entered my first PT job in a gym in Scottsdale, Arizona. At that age you don’t know what you don’t know. Now I realize, I’ve forgotten more […]

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Trouble with your Single Leg Deadlift?

The ability to move from your hip joints is one of the most essential skills to master. Better hip function will improve athletic performance, prevent lower back pain and overall keep your body functioning well. In the movement world we call this movement a “Hip Hinge” or a “Deadlift.”  Exercises like Kettlebell Swings, Cleans and […]

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The Ninja Exercise: Deck Squat + Box Jumps

Strength work is definitely a huge emphasis at our training facility.  Mobility work is equally as important. But in my professional experience the real magic happens to people when you prepare them with the proper foundation of strength and mobility and then teach them SPEED and POWER exercises such as Kettlebell Swings, Sprinting, and Jumping. […]

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1-Day Kettlebell Course

TUNE UP YOUR KETTLEBELL TECHNIQUE Improve your Kettlebell Mastery by attending our one day Kettlebell Course on July 26, 2014. This course is great for beginners and for more advanced kettlebell users as we will be focusing on mastering the fundamentals of the following movements: The Swing The Get Up The Press The Squat The best […]

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Mastering the Kettlebell Swing Part I

The Kettlebell Swing is a powerful exercise that not only burns fat, builds muscle and increases stamina, but it also help you function better in every way.  At our training facility Revolution Fitness, the Gold Standard of high athletic functioning is to be able to perform Kettlebell Swings. Why? Because for most people the Kettlebell […]

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