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 Perth 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.
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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
Kettlebell Training – How Did it All Begin?
Kettlebells have become hugely popular in the past few decades, with very good reason. From diehard fitness enthusiasts to clients looking for a new workout regimen, kettlebells appeal to many.
History of the kettlebell
Kettlebell training can be traced back many centuries from the humble beginnings in Russian villages to the center stage of the global fitness industry.
As a personal trainer, you must be aware of the amazing benefits of this training tool and the huge opportunities a qualified fitness instructor can derive from choosing to specialize in kettlebell training.
The Original Purpose of Kettlebells
You will be surprised to know that in medieval Russia, kettlebells were actually used as a weight to measure grains in farmer markets. And as bored farmers looked for ways to entertain themselves throughout the day, they started playing around with the kettlebell. This light-hearted entertainment gradually developed into a competitive sport and was a huge draw during village festivals across Russia.
Apart from Russia, there is evidence found in the history of kettlebell training which indicates that similar tools were used for serious physical training by monks in China.
Germany too, with its rich heritage of physical training, has strong claims regarding the spread of kettlebell training. Photographs dated before the 1900s show German strongmen and women using kettlebells in competitions to perform feats such as the extended lateral position and the curved arm press.
In fact, there are hundreds of German diaries and training manuals that indicate the use of kettlebells throughout the 18th and 19th centuries; albeit under different names. The German fitness instructor Friedrich Ludwig even introduced a fitness regimen wherein students under him regularly used the kettlebell for training purpose.
The spread of Kettlebell Training
The spread of kettlebells as a training tool may be attributed to wandering entertainers, strongmen and circus performers. They roamed the villages of Russia, came across the kettlebell and appreciated its efficacy in increasing strength, flexibility, and endurance. They practiced regularly with kettlebells for various performances, thereby popularizing its use in fitness training.
The year 1885 marks a landmark in the history of kettlebell training. In this year, the Circle for Amateur Athletics was founded in Russia which was probably the first organized body to introduce competitive kettlebell events.
Then around the nineteenth century, Dr. Vladislav Krayevsky; personal physician to the Czar realized the true potential of kettlebell training in sports medicine. He convinced the Czar to introduce kettlebell training for the army; thereby popularizing them further.
The nineteenth century was also the time for travel and exchange of ideas. Performers and entertainers moved across continents and it was probably through such exchanges that kettlebells arrived in the USA. Even then, in those early years, kettlebells were confined to an exclusive circle of fitness enthusiasts and did not enjoy the mass appeal that was evident in Russia.
The Giant Leap
During the World War years, kettlebells lost favor in the West probably due to its Russian origin. It was popularized again by Pavel Tsatsouline, a Russian immigrant to the US, who started kettlebell training sessions in the late 90s.
The kettlebell hasn’t looked back since. From the US, it has spread across continents and is now a regular feature in fitness around the World.
Become a certified kettlebell Instructor: The DFA offer the level 1 and level 2 kettlebell courses in Perth and throughout Australia.