Monday, October 12, 2009

KB Technique Workshops Nov. 15th in Seattle

This is Mikhail (Misha) Marshak demonstrating a One Armed Jerk with a 32kg/70# KB at one of our KB Technique workshops
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There will be a Beginners Level and an Intermediate Level workshop at Level 4 CrossFit in Seattle on November 15th.

The Beginner workshop will be focused on learning the Kettlebell Sport swing (one handed), the clean, the press and push press. The jerk and the snatch will be introduced, but the focus will be on mastering the aforementioned basics. Many unique and time tested drills will be shown and explained.

The Intermediate workshop will focus on the Long Cycle Clean and Jerk, with 1 and 2 KBs, the competitive snatch, and the 2 KB Jerk. You will learn many fine points of technique and training, things that will put you on the road to mastering these lifts. Detailed training programs and assistance lifts will be covered.

These workshops will be taught by myself and Mikhail (Misha) Marshak, who is an expert Competitive Kettlebell lifter from Moscow, who moved to the Seattle area two years ago. He trained under World Champion and highly decorated Coach and Trainer Sergey Rudnev. Misha brings a huge amount of training knowledge and technique experience to each workshop.

You can see a short video of Misha lifting during his competitive days in and around Moscow on the YouTube clip:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDYAb0tkMQk

The Beginners Workshop from 12 noon until 2:30 pm, $70 cash or check.
[$60 for members of Level 4 CrossFit.]

The Intermediate workshop will be from 3pm to 5pm. $50 cash or check.
[$45 for members of Level 4 CrossFit.]

Directions to Level 4 can be found at www.crossfitseattle.com

Any questions? Email me at kbfiremantom@yahoo.com

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