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Kettlebells

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: Litton Lane Training
Fee: on request
Duration: 2 day workshop
Course Locations: North Dublin City, Galway City

Course Details

Litton Lane Training will host a Kettlebell Course in Dublin City University (DCU) Sports Complex and in Galway City in the upcoming weeks.

The course is open to fitness enthusiasts and fitness professionals working in the industry.

Course Content

  • Course introduction
  • History of kettlebell training
  • Safety and back care
  • Benefits of kettlebell training
  • Key concepts of kettlebell training technique
  • Familiarisation with and mastery of key kettlebell exercises
  • Kettlebell instructional skills
  • Building a kettlebell session and program for different levels of client

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