Dynamic Movement with Kettlebells

Kettlebell Certification

ASFA's® Kettlebell certification is a great way to learn methods of improvement for dynamic movement in sports and functional strength.  Kettlebell's have been around since the times of Tsarist Russia and have been a trusted training technique of the Russian military.  Because of dynamic movement involving momentum and stops, kettlebells is a great way to, professional athletes and many more.  Additionally, performance kettlebell training can benefit those who play recreational sports or just want the lean tone body-type with the ability to move quickly and powerfully.

Becoming certified through ASFA® in Kettlebells, shows your clients that you have continued your education in a way that can help assist them reach their performance goals.  Learning about figure-eight lunges, windmills, slingshots and many more techniques is a great way to improve the dynamic movement performance that many clients desire.  ASFA® provides a convenient way to continue your fitness knowledge and test online at your convenience.  Do you train clients who are interested in improving dynamic movement performance?  Is kettlebell training right for them?  Is furthering your education with a kettlebell certification right for you?



next post → ← previous post

Stay in Touch


ASFA® is endorsed by leaders in the fitness industry. Please check out our endorsements and partners page for more information!

Latest Fitness Posts

  • PNF Stretching Techniques

    Phases and Techniques of PNF Stretching 1.)  Hold then Relax 2.)  Contract then Relax 3.)  Hold then Relax Then Contract PNF stretching can utilize active or passive stretches - depending on which technique above you are using.  To learn more... read more

  • Sports Conditioning Specialist: When Every Second Counts

    Sport Specific Training and Conditioning... Playing a sport is one thing, understanding the fitness and conditioning that optimize an athlete's performance is another.  Just because you have played a sport doesn't mean that you know how to optimize physical performance... read more