The Australian fitness industry is extremely competitive!
Every year there are more personal trainers, more gyms, more functional training studios and more fitness boot camps setting up shop in your local area.
With all these new Adelaide fitness businesses chasing the same size pool of customers, standing out in this very crowded marketplace is tough!
Every fitness professional needs to ask themselves…
- Why should my prospects choose to train with me over every other option available to them?
- What can I offer my clients that my competition can’t (or won’t)?
- How can I blow away my competition and become the #1 fitness expert in my local area?
A new set of training skills that will make you stand head and shoulders above your competition making you the ONLY solution to help your prospects achieve the health and fitness results they desire.
Hi, my name is Dan Clay and I'm the Education Director at The Dangerously Fit Academy (DFA).
Kettlebell training is one of the hottest markets in the fitness industry right now.
The fantastic fitness results this highly versatile piece of equipment delivers make kettlebells a training tool that EVERY personal trainer MUST have in their toolbox.
Professional athletes, celebrities, police personnel and military special forces use kettlebells because of unquestionable gains in strength and fitness.
Working over 600 muscles in just a few minutes, your clients will melt away more body fat, build more strength and increase their metabolism more than with any other training method.
In fact, many of our students who have incorporated kettlebell training into their training facilities have seen their membership base and incomes explode.
Great results = happy clients that will train with you for longer + refer friends and family, which in turn leads to a predictable, stable personal training business that you can scale and grow.
With kettlebell training rapidly growing in popularity in so many areas of the health and fitness industry, there obviously comes many exciting new business opportunities for a qualified kettlebell instructor.
That’s correct. If you’re not totally satisfied with DFA’s Adelaide Kettlebell Courses, then I INSIST you ask for a 100% ‘no question asked money back refund’.
That’s how confident I am of the high level of teaching, great content and new ideas you’ll discover.
Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org within 7 days of your course and we’ll refund your payment… no questions asked.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain!
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DFA Education Director
A Guide to Buying The Right Kettlebell
Kettlebells are versatile equipment that has become all the rage in fitness training for the past few decades. And unlike several other passing fads, kettlebells are here to stay because of their extensive appeal across all gender and age groups. As a fitness trainer, you must offer kettlebell training to your clients as one of the most effective approaches for weight loss and endurance building.
According to the origins of kettlebell training, this fitness tool was initially used in villages to measure grains. Nowadays, kettlebells are a regular feature in gyms and at fitness studios that offer the best in fitness workouts to clients. So if you are just starting out as a trainer, you must have kettlebells as part of your gym equipment that clients can use.
Buying your First Kettlebell
Today the market is flooded with kettlebells from different brands. Some are standard black iron kettlebells while some come in different colors. And then you have competition kettlebells where the dimensions remain the same even as the weight varies. Often, such competition kettlebells are color coded so that it is easier to know the weight from the color.
Selecting the Right Weight
Kettlebells come in different weights starting from 2kg and going up to 50kg for the super strong! It is important to select the right weight while buying since all clients would not be able to handle the same weight. For lady clients who have never exercised before, you should begin with a weight of 8kg and for men, 16kg kettlebells are safe in the initial stages.
As a trainer, you too should be able to handle the kettlebells comfortably so it’s equally important to check out at your own convenience before buying.
The origins of kettlebell training indicate that the apparatus was used by athletes and strongmen for serious fitness training so do not take kettlebells lightly.
To check if the kettlebell is right for you, follow a few simple steps. Stand with feet placed 6-inches apart from each other and hold the kettlebell in both hands by its horn. Squat and swing the tool between the legs a few times and then straighten both legs forward. With the right weight kettlebell, you should be able to do the entire movement smoothly without experiencing any pull in your lower back or the shoulder muscles.
Next, stand with the kettlebell held in both hands. Bend knees and swing the kettlebell in front while straightening up in one quick motion. While swinging, you should be able to comfortably lift the kettlebell to your shoulder height without any stiffness or pain in your muscles.
Lastly, hold the kettlebell in one hand and lift it above your head. If you are handling the right kettlebell weight, you should be able to hold it above your head for a few seconds without arching the back. According to the origins of kettlebell training, the equipment was a part of physical training for workers and farmers in Russia.
Always begin with a lighter weight to avoid injury to your muscles and joints. Kettlebell movements like swing, lift and snatch can lead to serious injury if done with a heavier weight than is safe for you.
Become a certified kettlebell Instructor: The DFA offer the level 1 and level 2 kettlebell course in Adelaide and throughout Australia.