Learn about Kettlebell exercises to increase your strength and endurance on Sunday, March 30 from 11 am – 12 pm at the Magik Theater with James “Apollo” Bradley. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
DESCRIPTION: In this workshop, you will use Kettlebells in swinging movements that utilize the entire body with momentum and learn more traditional press and squat exercises. Challenge yourself in a new and different way to workout. Bring a friend – anyone is welcome!
Kettlebell training is different than other forms of weight training because many parts of the body are exercised simultaneously, requiring full body integration and core stabilization. The displacement of the weight from the hand requires that the stabilizing muscles engage more with each movement and therefore require more muscles firing at once. Kettlebell exercises also elevate the heart rate for effective cardiovascular training.
WHEN: Sunday, March 30th from 11 am – 12 pm (1 hour)
WHERE: Magik Theater*
420 S. Alamo
San Antonio, TX 78205
*Please note that this is NOT at our usual gym
COST: $25 (cash or check only)
REGISTER: Email Info@Aerial-Horizon.com
BRING: Padded Gloves, Forearm Guards, Exercise Mat. (Kettlebells will be provided)
DIET: Please eat either brown rice 1 hour before this workout or a banana 15 minutes before. Unless you work-out in a fasted state, then be sure to ingest BCAA’s appropriately.
HISTORY: Originating in Russia, a kettlebell is a centuries-old training tool that looks like a cannon ball with a handle. It is thought that the original kettlebells were actually counter-weights used in Russian markets. Country folk started testing their strength with them and eventually they became very popular in Russia as a training method, and still are to this day. A Russian strong man is referred to as a “Girevik” which translates to “Kettlebell Man”. Girya is Russian for Kettlebell.