The Kettlebell was the favorite tool of the strongmen of old times. It claims are explicit: A higher level of fitness then that produced by any known aerobic exercise. Kettlebell creates a new kind of fitness. Kettlebell brings strength plus endurance to all the muscles. No muscle group is neglected; muscles already well trained by other exercise and sports are even further upgraded by Kettlebells. Most exciting of all, the simultaneous movement of many muscles is a superlative way to train the heart and lungs. Hard kettlebells actually feel surprisingly easy. The Kettlebeller can become as strong as most lifters, as swift as most runners, and outwork both on a smaller investment of time with far fewer injuries.



1. kETTLEBELLS burn Fat in Less Time

By use of the Peripheral Heart training (PHA), the entire body is trained. The idea is to provide uninterrupted blood flow throughout the body while taking no rest between sets, similar to circuit training. You will be doing 4 times the work, in a shorter time frame.

2. Displaced Center of Gravity

The kettelbell's center of gravity is 6-8 inches below the center of your hand. Barbells and dumbbells center the weight with your hand. The offset of the KB makes it “alive” in your hand and increases the difficulty and benefit of many of the drills. KBs can do anything a dumbbell can do, even better in fact, but not vice-versa. 

3. Variety and Versatility

Your workout's variety is only limited by your imagination and safety. One KB, two KBs and combination drills provide unlimited protection from boredom. KBs can be used anywhere. It is basically a gym in one hand and provides you with a total body workout. 

4. Balance of Tension and Relaxation

Tension is strength, relaxation is speed. An athlete must balance both to maximize skill. KB training utilizes a balance of tension and relaxation. 

5. Trains Hip Extension and Deceleration

Ballistic KB drills provide an intense load to the hips and buttocks. Very similar to the vertical leap, this “grooved” hip extension transfers to many athletic skills such as jumping, running, and throwing. Similarly, deceleration occurs when “throwing” and “catching” the KB behind you. Your muscles contract together to produce force reduction and deceleration of the weight. 



The class will be performed in three phases.

Phase 1: You will start with a full body warm up.

Phase 2: You will perform 13 different exercises in one, two, or three minutes rounds (depending on your conditioning) with one-minute or thirty seconds rest between each round.

Phase 3: You will be finishing up with stretching.

This type of training program will develop your cardio, strength and endurance, and will build a GLADIATOR out of you to last any competition, tournament or mixed martial arts match.