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Preventing Kettlebell Training Injuries

Prevent, Analyze, Identify, And Correct.
Taco Fleur
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Preventing kettlebell training injuries

Your first objective in kettlebell training is to be knowledgeable to the point where you know how to prevent injuries.

Your second objective is to be able to analyze, identify, and correct any mistakes you’ve made that caused an injury.

This course will get straight to the point on the subject of injury prevention with kettlebell training. No fluff, over two decades of knowledge that will help anyone to prevent injury and train safely with kettlebells.

This course consists of text, illustrations, exams, videos, and photos. There is a lot of text, but you can skip the text if you like, and just watch the videos. You can request a free digital PDF of the whole course (without the exam content) after purchase so that you can have it handy at any time. The course also includes a one and half hour kettlebell workout video that has everything you need to complete that workout. That video is broken down into technique, warm-up, follow-along workout, cooldown, and more.

The kettlebell can be cause for injury when you don’t invest the time into it. But more importantly, on the flip-side, if you invest the time and money in it then the kettlebell will help prevent injury, not only during training but also in everyday life. Kettlebell training will provide you with a plentitude of other benefits. Benefits that include but are not limited to:

  • Strength

  • Cardiovascular endurance

  • Power

  • Muscular endurance

  • Flexibility

  • Agility

  • Mental toughness

And so much more.

The stronger, flexible, agile, powerful, and tougher you are, the more injury-proof you become.

Without a doubt, kettlebell training will help you to become more injury-proof, but only when done right! If it’s done right, then you run the risk of experiencing some of the following common kettlebell injuries and annoyances:

  • Bruising

  • Banging

  • Blisters

  • Back pain

  • Calluses

  • Tendonitis

  • Tendinosus

  • Overtraining

And other joint, muscle, or tendon issues.

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Preventing Kettlebell Training Injuries