My main goal for 2015 was to qualify for and compete at the IUKL World Championships in Dublin, Ireland. In the last week of November, I found myself up on the platform next to two of the top female lifters in Kettlebell Sport, lifting a 24kg kettlebell – exactly where I wanted to be. While my performance fell short of my expectations – 87 repetitions instead of the 95+ I was hoping for – I’m grateful for the experience and excited to improve for my next competition.
In my opinion, the best coach/teacher always remains a student. Continue reading
Highlights from the 2015 Kettlebell Sport World Championships (and my travel so far):
Lifting on the platform next to top female Kettlebell Sport athletes Ksenia Dedukhina and Tatyana Potemkina. I did 87 repetitions and placed 4th out of 7 in the 63kg weight class. Continue reading
Check out the video below to see me and Kristen hitting some speedwork (21-25rpm) with the 16kg last Friday! Kristen had a 6 minute set, and I went 10 minutes. We have both been focusing on technique work with 8-12kg bells up to this point. Continue reading
This past weekend, I traveled to Chicago to compete at the American Kettlebell Alliance National Championships – the qualifying meet to compete at the Kettlebell Sport World Championship.
Both Kristen and I qualified for the World Championships in Dublin, Ireland! Continue reading
This weekend at the OKC Cali Open 2015 at Innovative Results was amazing! Big thanks to John, Jason, Nazo, Aaron, Ada, and the rest of the OKC crew who put on a great competition. We need more big meets like this to keep growing the sport and inspiring athletes!