Andrea Du Cane's awesome Kettlebell Goddess Workout DVD (run time: 2 hours, 25 minutes)
Its no secret that I'm nuts about Primal Move. Ever since being introduced to it in Seattle, I've enjoyed adding it to my small group's sessions, and exploring the movements at home. They've had a great effect on my own practice and have added infinite value to my CK-knowledge. And while I was a little nervous to teach the first ever Primal Move Certification Workshop here in Florida—and the first certification workshop I have ever personally led—the awesome vibe of the people who showed up made it a total JOY. Which is really what Primal Move is all about.
Having just returned from the San Diego, I had plenty of scribbled notes, new cues, and fun combos for my small group class... and don't worry, Wednesday people, your time is coming! :)
One of the TOUGHESTexercises to learn and to teach can be the . But, it's incredibly worthwhile to persist with it, even though it can be frustrating. I like to sandwich it into a workout to make sure the practice stays true without excessive frustration.
We started today's workout with a Primal Move inspired warm up,a few deadlifts and swings. Moderate to lightwere chosen so we could focus on our form.
Another greatworkshop has just come to a close in San Diego (surprisingly sunny even when it was overcast all day on Saturday*). So many old and new friends were in attendence, that it was great to catch up and hear how everyone is doing in their training and in their lives. Seriously, it was a veritable who's-who in the and fitness industry... Not to mention all the fun people in the general area who showed up to say hello, or to be "volunteer victims" during the teaching test of the weekend.
Finally back to the last installment of the Orlando Recap! We further worked on the , with a troubleshooting section. People who felt like they had a problem somewhere with their volunteered to demo and have the participants and instructors help them improve their form. It's fun to watch this learning process even as a helper AND it's a great time to pick up or refine coaching cues and tools. Of course, the most important thing is to make sure that everyone stays safe. If someone is going heavier than normal, or isn't feeling quite confident with a new , it's important to learn how to spot someone in the .
Orlando Florida HKC with Senior RKC Franz Snideman February 26, 2012 Don't forget, I'm here to help - if you want to attend this incredible workshop and add powerful knowledge to your repertoire as a coach, , etc. and need help preparing for this workshop, please contact me immediately to schedule your training session. I specialize in answering the question "am I doing this right" and showing you what you need to do to get ready for this powerful workshop. I can be reached via email adrienne @ giryagirl.com