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My Experience taking the Level 1 Prep Course

Kettle Bell Swing Oveview

Day 1

 I started with a tour of the facility along with a brief rundown of the process in which Sand & Steel hires trainers and books clients. After a reading comprehension test, we went upstairs to evaluate my  current knowledge of exercises and techniques. There were a few exercises I were familiar with but for the most part I didn’t know anything. The exercise we mainly focused on today was the swing.
My experience training with Paul was phenomenal.

>> Check out my Kettlebell Swing after 20 Minutes of Coaching.

Starting off my technique was atrocious, but Paul was very patient and walked me through different examples of how my body should work and what muscles to focus on. I came into the Sand & Steel facility with minimal knowledge and experience. Even with all these disadvantages Paul along with the other trainers are willing to help and work with you to meet company standards. The qualifications to become a trainer are not easy. There are many things to learn and master before even being considered as a trainer. That’s why the standard is so high and anyone isn’t allowed to train here. Clients are guaranteed to get the best out of the trainers because the amount of knowledge each trainer has. I am looking forward to the future here and I encourage anyone looking for the best personal training experience possible to check out Sand & Steel fitness.

Cues I learned on the Kettle Bell Swing
•  Bend the handle for active shoulders
•  Keep your knees over your ankles
•  Toes forward
•  Thrust hips forward
•  Eyes on the Kettle

Keep your thumbs loose on the kettle so that you don’t lift with your shoulders.

Day 2

Looking forward to Day 2.

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