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Kettlebell Workshop was a Success!

Lisa and I had a wonderful time working with this group of lovely ladies. Everyone did so well and actually seemed to have fun at the same time. I look forward to doing more workshops in the future. Lots more photos to come.

Workshop was 5 hours! The fact that I was 5 months pregnant didn't slow me down a bit. The energy from all the attendants and excitement kept me going. I could have kept going!

I want to thank Calvin Sun, an amazing Crossfit trainer and athlete for being their to help and take awesome pictures.
Thanks everyone and Lisa for a great weekend!


Anonymous said…
Congras Lauren and Great shots I saw the rest at Lisa's website.

even 5 months pregnant, you are still one bad ass strong kettlebell instructor and you look great! Hope Ben and Lyla are doing great as well.
Franz Snideman said…
Looks like it was a great group!

Sorry we were not able to meet up with you two!
fawn said…
Looks like fun! One of my students just found out she is pregnant! I am very excited for her, she is planning on continuing her training all through her pregnancy. I may need some advice from you regarding instructing.
Lauren Brooks said…

Thank you. I have definitely lost a bit of my strength, but that is what's suppose to happen when you are pregnant. 8-) I like to scale down but continue to maintain safely.


Yes it was a great group! I'm sure we will find chance to get together.


That's great that one of your students is pregnant. There is no reason for her to stop training unless she has some extreme complications or a weak cervix. Shoot me an email if you have any questions. In the first trimester she should be able to do pretty much everything that she is currently doing except for Vo2 Max and lifting to failure. As long as she does not overheat she should be in the safe zone. 8-)
Anonymous said…
Very nice site. Organized and an eye-pleaser. I just talked to my husband.he is doctor.he told me that join this your kettlebell workshop group.because i am 3 months pregnant.actually may i know that where this workshop?

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