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ATC KETTLEBELL LIFTING PROGRAMS
Within a 30 minute workout you can build muscle, burn fat, increase flexibility, increase tendon and ligament strength to prevent or rehabilitate injury, increase your VO2 max, as well as maximize strength and explosive speed.
The kettlebell trains the entire body in multiple planes of motion in ways that conventional weightlifting and machines cannot. The dynamic, ballistic and unstable nature of kettlebell lifting demands total body involvement as well as complete mental focus. The core and the posterior chain are intensely engaged through kettlebell lifting and many lifters report restored range of motion and flexibility that they haven't possessed in years.
As for fat burning; kettlebell lifting once again stands in a class by itself with intense kettlebell workouts burning as much as 20 calories per minute.The benefits of kettlebell training with proper form, under professional guidance are amazing!
Advanced Training Concepts is a fully equipped training center that primarily focuses on the utilization of the kettlebell and other functional tools to enhance athletic performance, general physical preparation, and fitness.CLICK ON LINKS BELOW FOR INDIVIDUAL PROGRAM DETAILS:
Assessment and Orientation (A&O) >> A pre-requisite to all ATC programs, A&O is an introduction to our methods of training and will help you determine if ATC programs are suited for your particular situation.
Kettlebell Lifting and Conditioning >>Designed for intermediate to advanced levels, the Kettlebell Lifting and Conditioning program is a year-round, high-intensity, Kettlebell and body-weight training program. If you are looking to build endurance, reduce body fat, and gain strength, power, and flexibility, then this is the program for you.
Elite Athletic Protocol >>EAP is a systematic method of Kettlebell Lifting, Olympic Weightlifting, Conventional Weightlifting, and other modalities designed to assist the average to advanced lifter as well as athletes achieve a greater level of GPP (general physical preparation).
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Doug Bridges wearing his belt from 248 pounds. Currently 188 pounds and 13% body fat, Rank II Kettlebell Lifter.