It doesn't feel right sharing Artemis and Eric's Kettlebell Certification Training Program...hey it costs money. They are marketing their unique skills. They are working hard to make a living. That being said, let me give you a little insight into what I have been doing.
I've taken some of my training outside. I did part of the program yesterday in my yard and then headed to the park to do assisted pull ups and double kettlebell squat sets. Then I finished on the basketball court doing one handed kettlebell swings. 10 rounds of swings.
|Courtside one handed swings at Gowdy Park|
Me on the bars doing chin ups and the little kids on the swings with their mothers.
Today part of the work out was done at home...couldn't do the second half because I was having difficulty squatting at 5:00 am. So at lunch time at work I did a rotation of double KB clean, double overhead press and double KB squat for 18 minutes with two 25 KBs. 12 KG is my test weight for the cert.
When I was done it felt effin great. I was toast. I could say less toasted than when I started doing this rotation.
There is a 25-30 percent failure rate at the StrongFirst certification week-end. If I fail it won't be because I wasn't prepared. Don't worry. No negativity. I plan on passing because
My grape vine...remember when it looked like this
Two weeks later it looks like this
We are getting there.
There is a downside to the garden though. My tomatoes have early blight. It is early. Steps have been taken to minimize the damage. I will be devastated I lose my toms. I live on them come summer. I took pictures but decided not to share. It is too sad.