Cavemantraining is recognized by the Athletics and Fitness Association of America and the National Academy of Sports Medicine as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. This online kettlebell course is approved by NASM for 1.4 CEUs and by AFAA for 14 CEUs. Provider number 13898.
Your purchase includes:
- NASM 0.8 CEU
- AFAA 8 CEU
- Certificate of completion
- Study material
- Master Kettlebell Grips
- Master Kettlebell Racking
- Kettlebell Training Fundamentals
Everything is 100% online.
You will learn the fundamental exercises of kettlebell training and how to put that into action with several workouts:
- Kettlebell deadlift
- Kettlebell clean
- Kettlebell swing
- Kettlebell press
- Kettlebell row
Additionally, you can purchase this online kettlebell course with all of the above plus:
- Physical assessments
- Coaching time
If you purchase this course with an assessor (Option 2), you will be required to submit videos for physical assessments of the exercises and you will receive professional coaching feedback. This option will ensure your form and technique are correct.
Option 1 (CEU only) does not require you to submit any videos and requires self-assessment of your technique.
Both options have a 3-month completion requirement from the date of enrollment, which is more than sufficient time to complete the course.
Joseph Parent who completed the course said:
If you had to pick one bad thing about the course?
To be completely honest, I cannot think of anything that stood out as bad. Some major learning curves, but taking an open mind to the training, this had to be one of the best trainings I’ve completed.
If you had to pick one good thing?
The level of detail provided in the review of the exercises and requirement for resubmitting. I truly appreciate the time taken to analyze and dissect the video to ensure my learning.
What would you change about the course?
It would have been fun to also include the basics of the snatch, but for the cost values vs education received I don’t think I could find anything that could beat this class.
What was the most valuable info from the course?
The racking grip for sure. But I’ve always had tight shoulders, thinking the Arnold-style press was the most optimal, but after the simple explanation of how you would mimic reaching for something going directly up was like ohhh… that makes sense.
I also like the importance of heavier weight required for some exercises.
What was annoying about the course?
I’m a very detail-oriented person and can drive clients crazy, but this was something else on another level in all aspects of my fitness education.
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