New to the world of kettlebell training, or just new to the whole world of exercise, and working out?
Asking for information to educate yourself?
You’ve been told to:
Hire a coach! Get a trainer!
Of course it’s great advice, depending on:
- What coaches and trainers you have access to
- The money you can afford
- The way you learn
I’m a coach myself, I’d love to tell everyone who asks for free information to hire me, or any other great coach I know. But that’s not how the world works.
If you have access to a good coach or trainer, they can assess you, they can quickly pinpoint your weaknesses, program proper progression etc. BUT…
Here’s what I learned; falling and getting up, teaches me much more, searching and analysing allowed me to create my own style.
So, if you don’t have time, and know exactly what you want, and you want it quickly, HIRE A COACH. If you already know all this, and made a conscious decision to join groups where you can ask questions, learn, and in due time, provide answers yourself, then here are some great groups to join for free. I frequent these groups myself, and am more than willing to help and answer any questions I know the answers to.
- CrossFit WOD
Discuss crossfit WODs
- Nothing but training matters—Cavemantraining
Discuss all your training matters
- Kettlebell Training
A mixture of kettlebell enthusiasts and kettlebell sport
- Kettlebell Enthusiasts
Focussed on kettlebell training
- Kettlebells for complete beginners
For those are complete new to kettlebells and looking to learn the basics
- Kettlebell Swing
Specific group to discuss one of the most popular kettlebell exercises
- Bodybuilding, Fitness, Kettlebell and Weightlifting
If you’re looking for a great coach to hire, here are some great ones:
- Kirsten Moore
- Valerie Pawlowski
- Leo Urquides
- Shawn Powers
- Jeff Bott
- Rik Brown
- Alex Kay
- Jerry Gray
- Pawel Widuto
- Joe Daniels
- George Corso
- Russell Goodwin
- Kelly Manzone
The list goes on..