I miss Kettlebell class. I gave them up when my husband and I combined our budget to pay off his debt, I couldn’t justify $135/month. I went to the gym instead, Body Pump, Body Attack, GRIT Cardio, Zumba, weight machines, elliptical, stair master, occasionally kettlebells at the gym on my own. But I miss my kettlebell workouts. And I’ve started to get the certification itch…Strongfirst has a certification in Atlanta the end of January, that’s five months for me to prepare. I got the itch so much I drove 65 miles last week to buy two kettlebells from a closing Crossfit gym. I bought another one online tonight, this will bring my collection to 20lb, 25lb, 30lb, 35lb, 40lb, 16kg, and 24kg. I don’t want to make a rash decision so I’m waiting to see if I’ll put in the practice time before I commit $1200 for training. I’m selling stuff like crazy to avoid using too much of my car fund savings to pay for it. I really think this could be my path though, I’m a personal trainer but I’m not a lover of weight machines, I don’t even know how to use a lot of them. But kettlebells, now that something I could use to train clients. There are so few kettlebell instructors in my area, in fact, only one Strongfirst certified in my city. I was introduced to kettlebells by Brooke Benton, SFGII, at SCW Atlanta Mania two years ago. My main instructor has been an RKC instructor. I’ve always been drawn to Strongfirst more and that’s where Pavel is and he’s the godfather of kettlebells in America. I’m now a huge fan of SFG master instructor Karen Smith. I subscribe to her website coachkarensmith
I have a whole training plan for the certification, there’s about a thirty percent failure rate at certification, which is three days. The training program is five days a week, which is a challenge but it would be no different than doing a Beachbody program. Speaking of Beachbody, I bought Cize last month. I returned Cize last month. I got no time to dance, I’m gotta swing some bells!