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I’m doing this for YOU…

Happy Friday! This weekend I’m heading to Like Minded Jiu-Jitsu in Phoenix, Arizona to teach a Kettlebell Sport workshop. I’m super excited to say the least!

Kettlebell Sport is growing in the United States, you can be sure of that, but its still not a household name. Much of the sport’s growth has come through social media, especially Facebook, which allows lifters from all over the world to share their training and ask others for help. This type of connection is invaluable to those who train Kettlebell Sport on their own, with literally no one else that can help them for miles around…

It’s extremely tough to coach someone in Kettlebell Sport from afar. I recently decided that I don’t want to start an online coaching program, because I don’t feel I would enjoy that style of coaching. I enjoy giving visual, tactile, and auditory feedback – all in one training session. I want to be able to analyze the lifter from all angles, by being able to walk around and assess their overall movement patterns. I want my athletes to be able to implement feedback immediately, so they can feel secure in knowing they have corrected their technique appropriately.

That being said, I do want to help lifters who don’t have access to a real, live coach. That’s why I started posting tutorials, videos, and tips on KB Fit Britt. Instead of attempting to help one lifter at a time through online coaching, my hope is I can reach more people and bring lifters together by posting about relevant issues and commonalities.

But wait – I need your help! Your feedback is crucial to making my site effective. Let me know in the comments if there are any topics you want to learn more about, information you want easy access to, or any issues that you struggle with.

This site is for YOU, the lifter, and I want to cater to your wants and needs.

For those of you that have been following me for the past few months, THANK YOU! I really appreciate all of your interest, comments, feedback, and advice. Keep ‘em coming and let’s continue to spread our love for kettlebells!!

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6 thoughts on “I’m doing this for YOU…”

  1. :) I’m excited to see the direction that this site and you go, Britt! Please let me know what I can do to support.

  2. Hi Brit! I met you at Sarasota Punch last year and stayed for the workshop. You’re information is very valuable to me. Thanks for taking the time to do this! I competed last year. My friend and her kids watched. They wanted to compete and It grew from there. 13 of us traveled from Tampa. 9 are youth. We all plan to be in Chicago. Keep up the good work! I really want to grow the sport in Tampa. This helps!

    1. Hi Della! Of course I remember chatting with you in Sarasota. You’re welcome and I’m so happy to hear that this helps!! I have been following your page as well and love that more kids are getting into the sport. I will see you in Chicago. :)

      Please let me know if there are any specific topics you would like more information on & I would be happy to provide!

      1. I definitely will do that! I have two boys that are signing up for your newsletter and taking advantage of the free Snatch coaching! Their first comp was Punch this year. These are really great kids. We have a lot of fun.

        I appreciate your candor about your challenges. That has personally helped me a lot. One question that I continue to ask myself is “Can I really do this?” My struggle is I am 51 yr so my body is very different. Recovery is different. With family and new business, training is hard, but I do it. I guess what I am saying is I know there are some ladies my age training, but how is it different? The strength comes, but endurance has always been my Achilles. Should I train hard on 3 days and rest 4 (no cardio or strength), or try to balance it and train 5-6? Any tips would be awesome! Today I did 4 sets of 3 min (1.5 each side) on LC with 16kg. pace was 10 rpm.

        1. Just received one of their videos & sent some feedback!

          Thank you for the blog idea – I will definitely work on a post about training at 50+ as well as recovery. I’m going to find some good sources and get back to you!!

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