- Improve your core strength
- Valid at two locations
- Exciting way to get fit
- Group motivation
About This Deal
For $59, today's side deal gets new members one month of kettlebell group training classes (a $199 value) at either Nashville Kettlebell, located on Fourth Ave. South in Nashville, or at Tennessee Kettlebell in Cool Springs. You can choose to attend as many classes as you like in one month, and can mix and match which facility you attend.
Kettlebell classes employ different kettlebell sizes and weights to create constantly changing full-body challenges and intense core workouts, effectively trimming fat and building strength for common tasks such as ruffian-hurling and goat-juggling. Nashville Kettlebell is led by Master Russian Kettlebell Certified (RKC) instructor David Whitley, a very strong man whose teaching style revolves around a brutal minimalist fitness philosophy. All classes on the schedule are designed around the four basic movements of this philosophy: the swing, the Turkish get-up, the military press, and the snatch and squats. Although each training class is different and will include many different training methods, these fundamental exercises are the core of all sessions at Nashville Kettlebell and Tennessee Kettlebell.
Tennessee Kettlebell training classes are taught by RKC-certified instructors Matt and Kristen McBryde. Check out the class schedule, which consists of very similar-style kettlebell workouts, mostly because Matt and Kristen learned their technique from David Whitley. Either class will get you in shape to finally remove all those kettlebells littering your lawn.
While reviews for the Nashville Kettlebell boot camp are few, here's what some of the students had to say about their experiences:
- The effectiveness of this exercise regiment is truly unmatched, the experience will prove itself in the first class! I say this because nothing I’ve done before gives me the complete full body workout that this training offers. – Rich Penny
- David’s training is hands down the best I’ve had for increasing functional strength and endurance. – Raquel
- The workouts are never the same and they are never boring. – Shane