Master Kettlebell Racking is the second kettlebell course any beginner should invest in. Understanding kettlebell racking for resting and transitions will lay an extremely important foundation that will allow you to build on with the next step in our kettlebell education as Cavemantraining teaches it in real life to kettlebell beginners.
Not investing the time into learning kettlebell racking will be the difference between training inefficiently and quitting or making progress and enjoying kettlebell training.
This online kettlebell course features a professional 20+ page ebook about kettlebell racking that contains descriptions and photos. There is also a 55-minute video that demonstrates and talks about kettlebell racking covered in the reading material.
This course comes with two options:
- Without assessment
- With assessment
The latter requires you to upload a video of yourself demonstrating all the racking variations covered in this course, completing and passing an online exam after which you will receive an official certificate. If you choose without assessment then you won’t be required to upload any videos and the course is purely to transfer knowledge.
Learning proper kettlebell racking will allow you to avoid kettlebell annoyances like:
- Shoulder issues
- Power leakage
- Inefficient training
- And more…
Knowing how to rack properly and how to use another racking variation when required will help with competitions, the jerk, the push press, resting, but above all, it will help you to stay injury-free.
“The information on kettlebell grips was of most value to me. Learning how to consciously use grips and transition between them has improved all of my core kettlebell lifts. I have not seen this information in any other literature I have seen on kettlebell training and it is worth the price of the course alone.” Chris