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Back to Basics - A Kettlebell Refinement Workshop

Get ready kettlebell lovers! 

Back to Basics, a Kettlebell Refinement Workshop will be launching in February and you will not want to miss this!  Whether you are new to kettlebells or you have been training for a while, you both have something in common. Sometimes we start a new program but don't have the basic movements down, which can cause bad habits or blocks in training. On the other hand, some of us have been training for a while and might need some tweaking here and there in order to maximize our workouts and results.  Either way, this workshop will address both as it will focus on refining skills and patterns to get the most out of your workouts. I will take the guesswork out of your training and cover how to get faster results while being safe AND having fun!
That's it! 

Safety! Fun! No Guesswork! Refinement!
I welcome both beginners and anyone that wants to refine their technique. This will be a live workshop you can do in person at my beautiful outdoor gym, or in the comfort of your own workout space. Although it is open for anyone worldwide, I will be keeping the class size limited so I can give specific feedback to each individual.

Back to Basics
A Kettlebell Refinement Workshop
February 6, 2021
Zoom or In Person
10:30am-12pm PST

Distant Students will receive their Zoom invite link inside.
In person students will receive the address closer to the workshop. Private outdoor location in Encinitas, California. 
Grab your spot NOW! Members of Lauren's Playground, it is only a $10 reservation non refundable fee to secure your spot (email me for your code).  Non-members, $57 with a $10 registration fee. Total $67

A kettlebell is required so we can really get down to finite training and adjustments. If you are new and want any recommendations on a kettlebell, please let me know. Also if you are joining via Zoom, make sure you have a device that allows a full body video so I can see you from head to toe in order to give feedback.



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