Upcoming kettlebell training programs with Dr. Glenn Hyman: Denver Kettlebell Training May / June 2011 – For Women only.

Kettlebell training for women only.  ($297) 4-weeks, starting Wednesday June 29 , 5:30-7:30. Class limited to 4 participants. (First spot already spoken for). Call the office to reserve and pay for your spot over the phone 303.300.0424.

We’ll be embarking on a 4-week project to make you an expert in using what many consider the greatest fitness device that’s ever existed: the kettlebell.

Kettlebells let you get more done in less time, at home, whenever the hell it happens to fit your schedule, and without having to stand around the gym waiting for some moron to finish up.

I first learned about the kettlebell sometime around 2003, when my old Russian buddy Pavel Tsatsouline sent me one to try out. Pavel is the guy who gets credit for bringing the kettlebell to America and launching a revolution.

Seven years later, my collection of kettlebells remains the focus of my strength and conditioning training. They’ve allowed me to maintain my strength and muscle mass even when I’m training for triathlons. My wife, Meredith, has used kettlebells extensively to lose baby weight (3 times!), to get stronger and toned without “bulking up”, and to fit workouts into her very busy life.

You’ll learn the proper mechanics and safe execution of the following high-intensity kettlebell exercises:

·       Swing (single, double, low & high)

·       Clean (classic and ‘dead’)

·       Snatch (classic and ‘dead’)

·       Floor press

·       Row (many kinds)

·       Shoulder Press

·       KB Jerk

·       Front squat

·       Overhead press (single / double)

·       Squat press

·       Lunge press

·       Turkish get-up

·       Windmill

·       More

In addition to technique training, we’ll put it all together into workouts you can take with you.

I’ve been through Level 1 and 2 of the RKC training, and hold a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist certification from the NSCA. So I know how to teach you how to use kettlebells. Being a chiropractor helps, too. In other words, if you want to learn to use kettlebells properly, I’m your guy.

And of course, we’re still here to help you when you’re in pain. We’re of course still doing Active Release, chiropractic care, and full service rehabilitation!