Swing, Clean and Snatch: An Intimate Kettlebell Workshop
WHEN: 12-3 p.m on Saturday, July 26
DESCRIPTION: Master many variations and nuances of these three basic ballistic kettlebell movements in this three-hour, small-group workshop with instructor Jen Sinkler, RKC-II, KBA.
Expanding the ways you’re able to move a kettlebell will pay off immensely by improving strength, power and core stability (including the often-overlooked anti-rotational component, which is difficult to achieve with a barbell). You’ll learn a slew of new skills over the course of this three-hour session, and we’ll probably dig into a few lifts not on the agenda, too.
We’re dramatically limiting the number of participants 1) because Jen put off sending us the details of the workshop until it was nearly too late, and 2) because it’s more fun when you get more one-on-one coaching, yes?
* The class will be capped at 10 people; We will release the registration on Wodify later tonight. For those of you who are not members of Crossfit 215, please email ka[email protected] and we will save you a spot!
Bring 80s-style wristbands. (We’ll pretend to play tennis afterward.)
COST: $75 for a three-hour session
JEN’S BIO: Jen Sinkler (www.jensinkler.com and www.liftweightsfaster.com) spent a decade as Experience Life magazine’s fitness editor and editorial director of fitness. She now writes for top fitness magazines such as Women’s Health and Men’s Health, and talks fitness, food and happy life at her personal website.
Jen is a certified kettlebell instructor through the RKC (Level 2) and Kettlebell Athletics, and an Olympic lifting coach through USA Weightlifting; she also holds coaching certifications through Primal Move, Progressive Calisthenics (PCC), TACFIT, CrossFit and DVRT (Ultimate Sandbag).
She works with personal training clients at The Movement Minneapolis, a training facility she co-owns with her husband. She was recently named one of Greatist’s “100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness.”
A rugby player for 13 years, many of those on the U.S. national 7s and 15s teams, she still enjoys any sort of sport. She is the current USAWA world record–holder in the Jefferson deadlift.
If you haven’t already, make sure you grab a free Tshirt and waterbottle (from Trap Door Athletics/ Cassie); the box is behind the front desk!
Also, we are still selling PaleoKits, but we have moved them into a more secure spot to keep them fresh (boxes under the shelves); ask front desk staff for help.
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