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Advanced Kettlebell Workout Complex Through Multiple Planes of Motion

Advanced Kettlebell Workout Complex Through Multiple Planes of Motion

For this Kettlebell Workout we will be combining 3 Advanced Kettlebell Techniques to form a complex. Hey Guys Tarek here, We’re back once again with a challenging Kettlebell Workout complex. Be warned this is a little more advanced because these techniques take a lot of coordination and skill and utilise multiple planes of motion. Challenging techniques like this.. read more

‘OnTheMinute’ – Kettlebell Chaos

‘OnTheMinute’ is a programming methodology which is simple and enjoyable. This type of programming is best suited for a quick and intense workout or as a finisher at the end to really raise that metabolic rate. Welcome to another Video of the Week, I hope you enjoyed your Long Weekend. My name is Dan Henderson.. read more

"The Punisher" – Battling Ropes Workout

This is a great metabolic battling ropes workout that really focuses on weight loss, strength, and endurance training! This week we have a workout that will push you and your clients to the limits. The great thing I love about incorporating Battling Ropes into my exercise regimes is that they are extremely fun and unique... read more

The Battling Ropes Getup Sequence

The key to performing the Battling Ropes Getup is to maintain consistent waves throughout the motion of standing to sitting. and its going to challenge your stability, balance, and co-ordination and endurance. FTI: Video of the Week Hi Guys and welcome to another Video of the Week. This week we are showcasing an awesome Battling Ropes Sequence.. read more

How to Increase Client Motivation

How to Increase Client Motivation

Just Increase your Client’s Competence… ‘Perceived Self-Belief to achieve the outcome’ This is one of the key differences between a Coach and Trainer. A Coach understands how to increase a clients motivation through increasing competence through the prescription of the RIGHT exercises for their ability. In addition, they understand FEEDBACK. The type and amount are key... read more

Why Functional Training is here to Stay

Functional Training is training that has a purpose. It is context specific and will differ for professional athletes and special need populations. However, to the masses ‘Functional Training’ consists of exercises that help people function optimally. These include mobilisations, releases and activations to ‘undo’ our modern postures and exercises based on primal patterns including squatting,.. read more

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