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Hard and Soft: A Kettlebell Workshop
October 27, 2018
One method focuses on building strength and tension; the other, endurance and relaxation. Spend the day learning a buffet of techniques from both hard- and soft-style kettlebell training from master of sport Jessica DiBiase and RKC2 Jen Sinkler.MORE INFO
Tension vs. relaxation, efficiency vs. effort. There are lots of ways to train with kettlebells. Hardstyle and softstyle look and feel very different, but are remarkably complementary training styles, and it’s very likely your bod craves both styles of movement!
Come learn brand-new approaches to movements such as the swing, clean, press, push press, jerk, snatch, and high pull, and how to incorporate them in a movement practice. Experiment with trying out girevoy sport, or kettlebell sport, and learn lifts that will crack the way you think about kettlebell training wide open (and have a really good time in the process).
Attendance will be capped to ensure plenty of individual coaching for each attendee. You don't need to have any experience training with kettlebells to attend — we’ll tailor everything to your level of experience. (Besides, it’s fun to learn new things.)
When: October 27, 2018 at 10 a.m.
Where: Piranha Fitness Studio, 315 College Ave, College Station, TX 77840
Who: Jessica DiBiase and Jen Sinkler
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Meet the Instructors:
Jessica DiBiase was the first American female master of sport in the long cycle and one of the first women in the world to compete in the traditional biathlon (the jerk and snatch) with the 20kg kettlebell. She is also one of only two American-born female lifters to hold the master of sport rank in both biathlon and long cycle. She cofounded Kettleguard, a company that makes reinforced wristbands for kettlebell training.
Jen Sinkler has been working with kettlebells since 2003, menteeing under a number of different instructors, and is certified through Kettlebell Athletic and RKC Level 2. Her style trends toward hardstyle, with a focus on muscle engagement and strength-building, but incorporates biofeedback techniques to adjust technique to each individual.