No gimmicks. No egos. No Tricks.
Only Technique, Determination
Small-Group Class led by Zahir Akram.
Only 8 people per class.
“Doing the perfect kettlebell swing alone is superior to 99 percent of the 'sophisticated' strength and conditioning programs out there.”
― Pavel Tsatsouline
All abilities welcome. From complete beginners to elite level.
All exercises will be fully demonstrated and techniques explained with modifications given to accommodate old injuries.
The small group class will take place in our upstairs personal training studio.
£15 per class - Or now included as part of any class cards or memberships.
Usually, kettlebell workouts are built on a high-rep range, meaning that several muscles are worked at once and, if kept at a consistent pace, can offer similar aerobic benefits to HIIT training. During a 2010 study, participants performed a 20-minute kettlebell snatch workout and were found to burn 13-20 calories a minute during the entirety of the workout, equating to running a 6-minute mile pace.
Similarly, by performing kettlebell circuits you’ll pump up your VO2 max by 6 per cent in just under a month, according to the NSCA’s TSAC Report. Using kettlebells, you can also improve your strength, cardio, stability, power, endurance and balance.
The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research also found that kettlebell training contributes to a healthier lower back, owing to the loading and movement patterns.
Kettlebell training is also a great rehabilitation tool. The world renowned back specialist Dr Stuart McGill has said; "Kettlebell work is not for everyone during recovery from injury. However, when used appropriately, it is a unique and irreplaceable training tool".
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The Old Barclays Bank
157 Station Road,
Addlestone, (near Weybridge),
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Akram Hot Yoga 2018, Stretched into position by Dan James