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Find Your Line: An Introduction to Handstands

Have you always wanted to do handstands but you just didn't know where to start? Or fear got in the way? Let Brittany van Schravendijk, Handstand and Kettlebell coach KB Fit Britt, break it down for you in a simple way. You do not want to miss this if you've ever been curious about adding handstands to your regimen this would be where to begin.
Start your handstand journey with this introductory course that includes tutorials on hand position, body alignment, finding balance, building strength, and how to fail safely.
This program is now available in Lauren's Playground. We've just added 2 new course sections today to this online gym community.

This awesome tutorial course along with "Workouts of the Week - My Top Picks" to help you decide what workout to do when you're either in between one of the 35 programs or if you just want to be told what to do!
As many of you know I'm closing down open registration to Lauren's Playground in a few days. Don't miss out on all of the fun. Learn more about how to get access to these programs plus 40+ kettlebell based workout programs, recipes, and more.

NOTE: All of the prices currently listed will not be available moving forward when I re-open registration in the future. The value of the lifetime will also be increasing since naturally we will be adding much more content! All prices will go up next round of open registration.So if you know of someone who absolutely needs community and solid fitness education, videos, programs, guidance, connection wherever they go, you may want to share the news or take advantage of this opportunity so you or your loved ones can get in and avoid the price going up in the future.
We Have 3 Options!
  1. Monthly option – cancel any time. – get your feet wet.
  2. Yearly option – better deal – Jump in and commit
  3. Playground Warrior – Lifetime sale option which includes $1000 off, signed copy of my book and an hour coaching call.

Playground #Warrior Discounted $1000 Off!

Looking forward to meeting many of the new members making the commitment to their health and well being. We will be closing in just days!


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