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Intro To Kettlebell Fitness Workshop

Live in Person - Learn how to move well, become strong, conditioned, eliminate pain in a safe and welcoming environment.

Why learn how to use Kettlebells from a professional kettlebell educator and movement specialist? First off Kettlebell training can look very intimidating. This will be a safe atmosphere for the complete beginner or for those who've had some experience but want to make sure their form is dialed in. Why is Kettlebell Fitness for EVERYONE? Because moving your body is for everyone. Motion IS Lotion. If you have aches and pains, I will teach you proper movement patterns to help eliminate them. You will learn how to increase muscle strength in your entire body with 5 basic movements that will last you a life time. 
In this Introduction to Kettlebell Fitness Class I will show you how
1. Kettlebell training builds a rock solid core.
2. You can achieve the same cardiovascular effects of running with little to no impact.
3. Kettlebell training has reduced back pain and has helped rehab knees, shoulders and hips.
4. To Achieve a full body workout in half the amount of time.
5. To Increase Metabolism and lose fat while having a BLAST! 

WHERE: North County SAN DIEGO 
JUNE 8  10:30am - 12p.m.
Private address given after sign up
Spots are limited! 


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