Level 2 Advanced Kettlebell Instructor
Why should I be a L2 Advanced Kettlebell Instructor?
Spot on Question!
Let me answer it with another question...
Do you implement multi-planar exercises with your clients or are you still using the basics of a swing, squat and press?
Are you implementing clear exercise plans that truly focus on the client's goal and functional daily movements?
See the Level 2 Adv Course addresses this,
You leave the day with a complete new skill-set utilizing the bell.
Instead of focusing on the fundamentals, we now immerse into the more technical moves, adding motor skills and S & C.
The day is open to a maximum 12 people as its pretty full on. And whats more, we want to make sure the 12 leave knowing what to do and able to do it as a KB Master.