SFG Kettlebell 1-Day Course New Hampshire

Thursday, February 5th, 2015

Hard ​Style ​Kettlebell ​Training ​will ​teach ​you ​the ​precise ​ways ​in ​which ​kettlebells ​should ​be ​used ​for ​developing, ​maximizing, ​and ​maintaining ​strength! ​ ​The ​kettlebell ​can ​also ​be ​utilized ​as ​in ​incredible ​corrective ​exercise ​tool ​as ​well. This ​is ​for ​anyone ​looking ​to ​improve ​his ​or ​her ​skills ​as ​a ​kettlebell ​instructor, ​avid ​kettlebell ​student ​or ​a ​beginner. You ​will ​learn ​how ​to ​get ​the ​most ​out ​of ​your ​extreme ​hand-held ​gym: • “Strength ​stretching” ​to ​take ​the ​brakes ​off ​your ​strength, ​spare ​your ​joints, ​and ​always ​be ​ready ​to ​go • Kettlebell ​training ​safety • Essential ​joint ​mobility ​exercises • State ​of ​the ​art ​breathing ​techniques ​for ​strength, ​endurance, ​back ​safety, ​and ​stress ​reduction • Tension ​skills ​for ​instant ​strength ​gains • “Hip-centric” ​(McGill) ​movement, ​a ​must ​for ​strength ​and ​back ​health. • “Lat-centric” ​shoulder ​mechanics ​which ​protect ​the ​shoulder ​while ​significantly ​increasing ​strength • Single ​Bell ​techniques ​and ​progressions: • The ​Deadlift—the ​most ​“functional” ​exercise ​ • Single ​Leg ​Dead ​Lift ​– ​A ​powerful ​drill ​for ​strengthening ​the ​feet ​and ​the ​ankles ​and ​injury ​proofing ​the ​hamstrings • The ​Goblet ​Squat—the ​squat ​for ​the ​people • The ​Swing—the ​“fat-burning ​athlete ​builder” • The ​Get-Up—a ​lesson ​in ​moving ​strong • The ​Military ​Press—a ​classic ​test ​of ​strength • A ​number ​of ​foolproof ​program ​design ​tools ​and ​sample ​programs ​for ​a ​variety ​of ​training ​goals No ​previous ​kettlebell ​experience ​is ​required. ​ Sign Up Here: https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=%201673499 Cost: ​$299 ​for ​8 ​hours ​of ​instruction Instructor: ​StrongFirst ​Level ​II ​Instructor ​Todd ​M. ​Cambio, ​CSCS ​will ​teach ​you ​the ​fundamental ​movements ​of ​kettlebell ​training. ​ ​ Upon ​completion ​of ​this ​course, ​you ​may ​use ​a ​$250 ​credit ​towards ​the ​3-day ​SFG ​Level ​1 ​Certification ​(you ​must ​use ​the ​credit ​within ​90 ​days ​from ​this ​course ​date). This ​course ​is ​NASM ​approved ​for ​continuing ​education ​credits. ​ ​You ​can ​submit ​to ​other ​certification ​bodies ​for ​CEU ​approval. Sign Up HERE: https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=%201673499 If ​you ​have ​any ​questions, ​please ​contact ​Todd ​M. ​Cambio ​at ​860-287-3768 Please ​note ​this ​is ​NOT ​a ​certification. ​ ​This ​is ​a ​one ​day ​users ​course, ​that ​will ​help ​you ​prepare ​for ​the ​certification. ​ ​The ​SFG ​Certifications ​are ​3 ​days ​long ​and ​have ​numerous ​strength ​and ​technique ​standards ​that ​must ​be ​passed. ​ ​Please ​contact ​me ​if ​you ​would ​like ​more ​information ​on ​the ​certifications. Saturday, March 14, 2015 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM (Eastern Time) […]

What Is Proper Squat Depth

Saturday, December 27th, 2014

I am going to give you the one and only correct squat depth answer… …are you ready??? Here it is… …wait for it… …But first, lets take a quick peak at what people are saying. Actual comments from Spartan30 Squat Challenge: “That is not proper depth, you didn’t break parallel.  No rep.” “That is too […]

Russian Kettlebell Workshop

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014

Unlock Your Hidden Potential With Russian Kettlebell Training Kettlebells: Build ridiculous strength Boost your cardio Strip off fat like melting butter Give athletes a competitive advantage Have the uncanny ability to rehab injuries Make you better at your Olympic Lifts Improve your Thrusters You Will Learn: Tension skills for instant strength gains “Hip-centric” (McGill) movement, […]

Spartan30 Squats Week 3

Sunday, December 21st, 2014

 Spartan30 Squat Week 3 Week 3 Goal: Bring Out Your Inner Animal Phase 1 of Spartan30 was all about improving your mobility by re-patterning your deep squat.  Phase 2 of Spartan30 was about mastering your classic body weight squat or air squat variations.  Phase 3 is about having some fun with a few animal movements! […]

Spartan30 Squat Week 2

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Week 2 Goal: Build off Your Mobility Phase 2 of Spartan30 was about resetting your classic body weight squat or air squat.  There were several questions about knee pain, so Day 9 (Sit and Stand Squats) addressed that.  The classic squats are still an incredibly valuable tool to build strength and lose body fat, posture […]

 Spartan30 Squat Week 1

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Week 1 goal: Improve Your Mobility Phase 1 of Spartan30 was all about getting into a Deep Squat, as in one where your butt gets all the way down to your heels, or more acurately, the back of your calves, AKA “Ass to Grass”.  The deep squat will help you maintain your hip flexion mobility.  Deep squatting using only […]

Are Squats BAD For Your Knees

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

I have recieved a ton of questions about sqauts being “BAD” for your knees.  There seems to be some misinformation out there about squatting being “bad for your knees”.  That is a load of crap.  Squatting is a normal developmental pattern that should be done on a daily basis.  Our ancestors used to perform many […]

Spartan30 Squat Challenge

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

I had he honor of being selected by Spartan Racing and Spartan Training to present to you (and the 4.3 million Facebook FANS) the #Spartan30 Squat Challenge for the month of December.  What a way to close out 2014! Basically, I will coach you through 30 days of squat variations so you can incorporate these movements […]

How to Squat

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

Here are some tips for the beginning position of a back squat: Squat Technique: • Spread the floor apart with your feet. This will activate the hamstrings and gluteals requiring the production of torque. • Squeeze the bar. Squeezing the bar helps to recruit the upper body into the lift. Having a strong upper back […]