Andrea Du Cane's awesome Kettlebell Goddess Workout DVD (run time: 2 hours, 25 minutes)
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 .
We came back from lunch and promptly started back in on the. I really love the - at first, waaaay back when (a couple years ago or more) I was first learning it, I thought it was actually very overwhelming. It seemed awkward and unnecessarily confusing, and somehow (now I have no idea how I was doing this) I'd always end up facing the opposite direction. Fortunately, with the coaching skills of Tim Shuman, I was able to quickly get a clue in the department. It's really not something you can teach yourself from videos - videos and DVDs are great when you're just using them to reinforce live coaching, or to build on your skills etc.