You get 7 hours of DVD-Video instruction on 5 DVD's complete with Chapter List and Program Guide inserts to help you maximize your training! World Renown Kettlebell Instructor - and National Kung Fu Champion - Steve Cotter Offers Comprehensive Kettlebell Training Instruction…From Basics of Kettlebells to Advanced Drills for the Most Accomplished of Athletes The Encyclopedia of Kettlebell Lifting is an intensive A to Z training system, designed to fit your needs from beginning and preparation to advanced techniques and competition skills.
Paul Katami brings his signature Hollywood Kettlebell Workout right to your home. Kettlebells have been around for centuries and have a proven track record of changing people’s bodies and increasing their fitness levels. As a Kettlebell Master Instructor, Paul has developed an in-home program designed specifically to use a moderate weight kettlebell. Paul’s Clinic will give you all the basics and teach you about kettlebell safety. Once you’ve mastered the clinic you’ll experience the intermediate/advanced Kombos workout – one of Paul’s signature Hollywood classes that delivers fun and dynamic sequences that will excite and challenge you. But you’re not done yet! As a special bonus, Paul has included a core workout that will help you tone your entire midsection.
This course is designed to take even an absolute beginner and guide them through a step by step experience process that allows you the practitioner to both experience and guide a subject or partner through a wide array of erotic, ecstatic and orgasmic experiences easily and consistently, whenever you want to.
You the tools you need to get over the musical speed bumps – without crashing and burning as you go. It’s all a matter of getting your right- and left-hand mechanics working correctly, and Steve has powerful advice and well-thought-out exercises to help you. Using tunes like "Old Joe Clark," "Soldier’s Joy" and "Big Mon" as drills, Steve works on your hand and pick coordination and shows how to practice for best results. Tips on left-hand fretting positions (keep a light touch, very little skin on the back of the guitar neck), combined with how to hold and move your picking hand (use a wide swing with proper depth of pick; right hand should act as metronome or pendulum) help solve mechanical failures that often slow you down.