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CAVEMANROM for Udemy Course

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This is the product to download the ebook as described in the Udemy course.

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  1. Keerthi (verified owner)

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    Overall I find the information invaluable. But I’m quite unhappy with the presentation format. For instance, some of the videos were linked to youtube. Some other has no audio instructions. I wish the udemy platform was leveraged better in providing a much better user experience with the videos playing seamlessly. Cuing (what & where it be should felt, and what & where it shouldn’t) in videos would have helped.

    Nevertheless, the pdf guide bridged the gap convincingly and I’m glad I bought the course.

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  2. Nikola (verified owner)

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    Great content, superb kb mobility exercises

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  3. Jim Bain (verified owner)

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    I’m not going to say this is the best or most important course from Caveman Training, it’s my third. I’d say it’s the best and most important Kettlebell course I’ve had/seen period! It really is that good. I’m not a beginner, but not quite intermediate either. Somewhere in the middle. So that means some stuff I could get straight away, other stuff will take quite some time. Double bell stuff, etc. But no matter Taco breaks things down in such a logical, clear manner I know I’ll get there. I’m all for the journey rather than force myself into a situation I’m not yet ready for. Beginner or seasoned literally anyone can learn from this. The bodyweight stuff is fantastic, the weighted versions just take it to another level. But does it all work? Absolutely. I’ve got my own little routine for when I first wake, and I’m progressing my way through by following all the videos and written instructions. You’re literally covered head to toe on this course. As a side note the bonus material, book etc, was worth the money on its own. I’d give this 10 stars all the way if I could 👍🏻

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  4. Shantanu Sapru (verified owner)

    This online course (on Udemy) was simply brilliant!

    It was concise, yet did not sacrifice on content and was choc-full of highly useful information. It gave important form tips/cues to be able to perform each exercise properly – and safely! I esp. like the underlying emphasis of safety in your courses w.r.t. each exercise/routine.

    Some of the exercises were really unique (I hadn’t seen them anywhere else) perhaps because they were ‘invented’ by these people?! Wow!

    In the videos, I really liked the concept of: a) demonstrating on/from BOTH sides, and b) showing side/profile views coupled with the front/back views.
    I think these are really helpful!

    Your passion to communicate complex points/tips to your students, and connect with your audience (mostly novices/beginners), is evident, and much appreciated!

    I esp. love the fact that we are allowed to download a PDF of the course after we complete it.

    However, I have a few suggestions (more like requests, really) to make:

    1) It would be much more useful & user-friendly if the tutorial/demo videos had voice-over instructions (&/or in-video text), instead of the music, covering the various form tips in ‘real time’ (like in many YouTube videos) — going back & forth between the preceding text material & the video (& pausing it many times in between) to connect with it, or to observe form points, is a bit awkward & cumbersome. I believe that implementing this will provide a more enriching, and importantly, a more instructive user experience (at least for some of the more complex exercises).

    2) I wish we would get more instructions on how to breathe (either in general, or specifically during specific exercises). Simply mentioning “make sure you have your breathing…under control” is not instructive enough for beginners…I think we’d like to know the inhale/exhale patterns (when? how much? single? double?) which you – as experts & trainers – would recommend (or think are useful/beneficial) for each exercise (or groups/classes of exercises?) so we can practice those as well…

    3) I wish we were allowed to download (or get a permanent link to) the actual exercise tutorial/demo videos which were embedded in the course — I’m talking about the ones for the main/actual exercises (not the warm up), like the windmill, bent press etc — as these are the exercises which are complex & technical.
    It’d be a real help (esp. for novices) to be able to refer back to these video tutorials as & when needed (a video speaks more than a thousand pictures and more than a million words… 🙂 ).
    Perhaps you could consider this in the future…

    In the end, I’d like to thank you again for a wonderful course!

    Wish you, and Caveman Training, the very best, and hope you gain a HUGE following for all the great work you guys are doing!

    Cheers!
    – Shantanu

    P.S.: I also think the ‘KB Ribbon Rev Lunge & Twist’ deserves its own tutorial video 🙂 (interestingly, this was, I think, the only exercise missing one! I wonder why…)
    P.P.S.: I have already posted this exact review on Udemy giving your course the well-deserved 5 star rating. Feel free to post this (or parts of it, as you see fit) on other forums. You guys rock!!!

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  5. Shantanu Sapru (verified owner)

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    This online course (which I took on Udemy) was simply brilliant!

    It was concise, yet did not sacrifice on content and was choc-full of highly useful information. It gave important form tips/cues to be able to perform each exercise properly – and safely! I esp. like the underlying emphasis of safety in your courses w.r.t. each exercise/routine.

    Some of the exercises were really unique (I hadn’t seen them anywhere else) perhaps because they were ‘invented’ by you?! Wow!

    In the videos, I really liked the concept of: a) demonstrating on/from BOTH sides, and b) showing side/profile views coupled with the front/back views.
    I think these are really helpful!

    Your passion to communicate complex points/tips to your students, and connect with your audience (mostly novices/beginners), is evident, and much appreciated!

    I esp. love the fact that we are allowed to download a PDF of the course after we complete it.

    However, I have a few suggestions (more like requests, really) to make:

    1) It would be much more useful & user-friendly if the tutorial/demo videos had voice-over instructions (&/or in-video text), instead of the music, covering the various form tips in ‘real time’ (like in many YouTube videos) — going back & forth between the preceding text material & the video (& pausing it many times in between) to connect with it, or to observe form points, is a bit awkward & cumbersome. I believe that implementing this will provide a more enriching, and importantly, a more instructive user experience (at least for some of the more complex exercises).

    2) I wish we would get more instructions on how to breathe (either in general, or specifically during specific exercises). Simply mentioning “make sure you have your breathing…under control” is not instructive enough for beginners…I think we’d like to know the inhale/exhale patterns (when? how much? single? double?) which you – as experts & trainers – would recommend (or think are useful/beneficial) for each exercise (or groups/classes of exercises?) so we can practice those as well…

    3) I wish we were allowed to download (or get a permanent link to) the actual exercise tutorial/demo videos which were embedded in the course — I’m talking about the ones for the main/actual exercises (not the warm up), like the windmill, bent press etc — as these are the exercises which are complex & technical.
    It’d be a real help (esp. for novices) to be able to refer back to these video tutorials as & when needed (a video speaks more than a thousand pictures and more than a million words… 🙂 ).
    Perhaps you could consider this in the future…

    In the end, I’d like to thank you again for a wonderful course!

    Wish you, and Caveman Training, the very best, and hope you gain a HUGE following for all the great work you guys are doing!

    Cheers!
    – Shantanu

    P.S.: I also think the ‘KB Ribbon Rev Lunge & Twist’ deserves its own tutorial video 🙂 (interestingly, this was, I think, the only exercise missing one! I wonder why…)

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