The primary purpose of this course is to correct the common disconnection between the extremities and the core. Gray Cook and Brett Jones will expand on an elementary understanding of reflex-driven stability. This will increase your understanding of neural loads and how to prepare the neural pathways from the grip through the core all the way to the toes.
Note: Gray’s pretty persuasive in his suggestion to clean up movement before beginning this program. This is why they started with the Kalo Sthenos Get-up progression project first. Start there and make sure your base is ready for dynamic movement.
This course features a true Kettlebell expert, Jeff O’Connor. Jeff provides valuable insight to the manual’s Coaching Sections. Our suggestion: Watch the course first, then work through the manual as reference material. The book includes side and front photographs, plus clear instructions and key points to look for during the execution. It closes with sample programming options designed to help you put together all you’ve learned as you practice and perfect the various exercises shown.
Kettlebells from the Center includes 2 hours of video content plus a 102-page downloadable manual. The 14 chapters included in this course are:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Patterning the Hip Hinge
Chapter 3: Slow Strength Deadlift
Chapter 4: Single Leg Deadlift
Chapter 5: Fast Swings
Chapter 6: Patterning the Squat
Chapter 7: Slow Strength KB Squat
Chapter 8: Bottoms Up Squat
Chapter 9: Patterning the Press
Chapter 10: Slow Strength Hard Style Press
Chapter 11: Bottoms Up Press
Chapter 12: Single Arm Push Press
Chapter 13: Double Arm Push Press
Chapter 14: Movement Prep & Clearance Test