Learn How to Use Kettlebells to Lose Body Fat, Gain Lean Muscle,and Get The Toned, Flat Midsection You’ve Always Wanted
As you walk into my Land-Park/Sacramento personal training studio, one of the first things you see is a line of kettlebells against the wall.
And nine out of ten people ask the same question:
“What are those things?”
So one of the first exercises I typically cover with a new client is the Kettlebell Swing (see the video below for a quick demo). It’s one of the best exercises in existence for burning fat. And once you’ve done a few, you’ll quickly appreciate the effectiveness of the exercise to blast your heart rate through the roof – and work nearly every muscle in your body at the same time.
The fact is, if you’re trying to lose body fat and you’re not using kettlebells in your workouts, you’re missing out big time. Kettlebell training has taken the fitness world by storm.Everyone from stay at home moms to high level athletes are enjoying the benefits of kettlebells for losing fat, gaining lean muscle, improving flexiblity and increasing their cardio conditioning.
Watch the video below for a sample kettlebell workout
Now, the bad thing about kettlebell training is that it’s pretty technical – that is, reading an article or two on the internet and watching a few YouTube videos just isn’t adequate preparation for safe and effective KB workouts. In fact, it’s a good recipe for injury. You need hands-on instruction to learn how to use kettlebells safely and effectively.
If you’re interested in learning how to use kettlebells to lose fat, I have great news: my Kettlebells For Fat Loss Workshop is set for the 28th of January, 2012 – and there are still spots open if you’re reading this page!!
Introducing the Kettlebells For Fat Loss Workshop with Forest Vance, Level 2 Russian Kettlebell Challenge Instructor
When: Saturday, January 28th 2012, 10:30 am-1:00 pm
Where: The Forest Vance Training, Inc. personal training studio in the Land Park area of Sacramento, CA
Topics covered will include:
The best kettlebell exercises for fat loss – exactly what they are and exactly how to do them
The best kettlebell workouts for fat loss – how to put the exercises you learn together into efficient circuit-style workouts that take 20-30 minutes and melt fat off your body
Drills to help you master basic kettlebell exercise form and to help you practice on your own
Tips, tricks and corrections for many common kettlebell training mistakes
And much more!
As an added bonus, I’m going to give you a FREE copy of my Beginner’s Guide to Kettlebell Training so you can review the basic kettlebell moves before you get to the workshop!
Now, here’s the catch: My training studio has about 1400 square feet of training space and can safely hold 10 folks at one time for a kettlebell workshop like this one. Last year’s kettlebell workshop filled up in a single day, so if you want to reserve a spot, make sure to do so ASAP!
But it’s even more important that you’re using perfect form if you have any kind of injury. That’s why getting proper instruction is so critical.
That being said, there are some physical limitations that would probably make kettlebell training a bad idea. If you have further questions specific to your situation, contact me via the link below.
I’m out of shape. Is this workshop for me?
We will be working out on and off for about 2.5 hours – so yes, you do need to have a base level of fitness established, but you don’t have to be in world class condition. Again, contact me for questions about specific situations.
I don’t want to bulk up. Are kettlebells for me?
One of the best things about kettlebell training is it’s ability to build a lean and toned physique. So without a doubt, if you’re looking for fat loss and lean and toned muscle, kettlebell training is for you!!
Note: When you sign up, you’ll receive a confirmation email with your copy of my Beginner’s Guide to Kettlebell Training and a general guide to preparing for the workshop. It’s very important that you check your email on signing up.
If you have further questions about the seminar at all feel free to contact me by clicking the link below: