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The last snatch camp is winding down, and I'm already missing it. I've had a set of kettlebells for 10 years now, all from Russia, brought to me by a friend. I've used them mainly for swings until a few months back. Then I came across Cavemantraining, and it was like the moment that the world changed from black and white into colour in the Wizard of Oz. The snatch camp is the first time I've been properly trained in kettlebell technique, and as many of you already know, Taco brings a dedicated and humble expertise to the task. What I did not anticipate is how effective his camp format is. Here's how it works. Taco demonstrates a portion of the snatch. Then you practice it, video yourself doing it, and upload it to the snatch camp group. It takes a bit of courage and a bit of time, but this feedback loop is very valuable. First, you see yourself through the video and wonder how Taco makes it look so easy. Then you see others struggling to master the sequence just like you are. And then Taco will leave a suggestion or comment on each video. I found Taco Fleur's feedback to each participant to be very insightful, consistently picking up on small details that make a big difference. I learned from everyone. It's weird, but there's a sort of thrill, a deep satisfaction, that comes with executing a kettlebell exercise well ... especially the snatch because it is such a full body movement. Taco lives this, and to me, he's designed the snatch camp to pass it on to a few of his friends. Sign up. Participate. Video yourself. Post your videos. Perfect your snatch.
Nando Deva
The last snatch camp is winding down, and I'm already missing it. I've had a set of kettlebells for 10 years now, all from Russia, brought to me by a friend. I've used them mainly for swings until a few months back. Then I came across Cavemantraining, and it was like the moment that the world changed from black and white into colour in the Wizard of Oz. The snatch camp is the first time I've been properly trained in kettlebell technique, and as many of you already know, Taco brings a dedicated and humble expertise to the task. What I did not anticipate is how effective his camp format is. Here's how it works. Taco demonstrates a portion of the snatch. Then you practice it, video yourself doing it, and upload it to the snatch camp group. It takes a bit of courage and a bit of time, but this feedback loop is very valuable. First, you see yourself through the video and wonder how Taco makes it look so easy. Then you see others struggling to master the sequence just like you are. And then Taco will leave a suggestion or comment on each video. I found Taco Fleur's feedback to each participant to be very insightful, consistently picking up on small details that make a big difference. I learned from everyone. It's weird, but there's a sort of thrill, a deep satisfaction, that comes with executing a kettlebell exercise well ... especially the snatch because it is such a full body movement. Taco lives this, and to me, he's designed the snatch camp to pass it on to a few of his friends. Sign up. Participate. Video yourself. Post your videos. Perfect your snatch.
Nando Deva