How to Get Your Clients in Shape Using a Centuries-Old Training Secret
by Georgette Pann
Many of you started training your clients with kettlebells . If not, this is definitely something you’re going to want to add to your bootcamps and personal training sessions. That’s because kettlebell training provides a lot of benefit for your clients. They’ll love their results, and you can bet they’ll come back to you again and again.
Just look at what kettlebell training does for your clients (and for you)…
There’s no doubt about it, a good kettlebell workout boosts the metabolism and burns fat. And because kettlebell training also builds muscle, your clients’ resting metabolisms will continue to increase if they continue to train with kettlebells.
Many of the kettlebell exercises are compound moves which strengthen multiple muscles, including chest, arms, legs and core muscles. The core muscles are particularly important, because a strong core helps improve balance, reduce back pain, and make it easier for your clients to perform all sorts of exercises.
Provides Cardiovascular Benefits
Most people think that kettlebell training is mostly about strength training, but that’s not true. When done the right way, a good kettlebell workout is also a good cardio workout. That means kettlebell training is good for fat burning (which you already knew), plus it’s good for heart health and overall conditioning. Indeed, the Russian military has used kettlebell training for centuries to whip their soldiers into shape.
Can Do It Just About Anywhere
You don’t need a lot of room to do a kettlebell workout, and all you need is one piece of equipment. Whether you’re training individual clients or setting up fitness bootcamps, it’s easy to incorporate kettlebell training.
Keeps Your Clients Coming Back for More
Another good thing about kettlebell training is that your clients won’t get bored. Chances are, many of your clients haven’t ever done kettlebell training before. And even if they have, there are so many exercises to do and so many ways to do them (such as in circuits) that your clients will love the workouts. When they love the workouts, they’ll keep coming back again and again—and they’ll get great results!
Works Great for Most People
No matter what your clients’ goals, there’s a kettlebell workout that can help them get the results they want. This includes workouts for:
- Burning fat.
- Building muscle.
- Getting a lean look without bulking up.
- Conditioning their bodies for football, basketball, wrestling and other sports.
- Building strength.
- Improving cardiovascular health.
- Building the upper body.
- Building the lower body.
- Improving core strength.
- Improving balance and stability (which is great for older clients).
- Improving endurance.
And much more. Best of all, many kettlebell workouts will accomplish ALL of these goals in the same workout!
As you can see, kettlebell training is great for both you and your bootcamp or personal training clients. However, if you’ve never trained your clients with kettlebells before, you might have questions about which exercises to do and how to perform them for maximum safety and effectiveness.
The good news is that you can get 99 “done for you” Kettlebell/BW bootcamp workouts by going to http://kettlebellbootcampworkout.com/. Target these workouts to your clients’ needs by choosing any one of dozens of conditioning workouts, fat-burning workouts, strength training workouts and much, much more.
Plus you even get access to a video training library and fully illustrated manual, which means no guesswork for you and great results for your clients. So go to http://kettlebellbootcampworkout.com/ to download your copy of my NEW Kettlebell Workouts Guide and Video package—you’ll love it, and so will your fitness and weight loss boot campers and clients!
Georgette Pann: owner of NutriFitness LLC. She has 25+ years experience in the Health and Fitness field with expertise in fitness bootcamps.She is author and creator of the best selling “Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Business in a Box” at http://thefitnessbootcamp.com and co-creator of Kettlebell Bootcamp Workouts http://kettlebellbootcampworkout.com/
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