Where: Forth Valley Kettlebells, Block 4, Unit 4, Ward Street, FK10 1ET Alloa
When: 28th April, 10am-6pm
How long: 8 Hours
Covering: Sport lift technique (Jerk, Snatch, Long cycle)
Cost: £80 (includes workshop handbook and individualised technique video analysis & report)
An accompanying handbook will be provided to all attending. We ask all participants to submit short clips of their lifting before the day so we can analyse them and tailor the workshop and technique coaching to your specific needs, after the day we will provide access to our notes on your lifting & any additional slow motion analysis videos taken on the day.
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Kettlebell Sport Workshop/technique clinic in Alloa, Scotland coached by Eddie Sheehan and Abigail Johnston.
This is a practical based workshop for kettlebell sport lifters who want to develop their technique and improve their lifting ability. This clinic will offer the opportunity to identify and work on sticking points in your lifting and develop your efficiency and power under the bell and so help to increase your overall reps and time.
The focus of the day will be on working through the technical aspects of the three main competitive lifts: jerk, snatch and long cycle. The technique and mechanics of each will be broken down with the aim of giving you a comprehensive understanding of the principles behind each lift and identifying how you can improve and advance your technique and results.
Technique principles will be reinforced with practice and training sets throughout the day where Eddie & Abi will both provide individual technique analysis and feedback. We will also work through drills and assistance exercises to help progress your training.
The workshop is limited to 20 spaces, payment is required to secure your place.
Sport Ranks and Titles:
Master of Sport - Biathlon
Level 3 Kettlebell Sport Instuctor - Siberian State University of Phys. Ed and Russian Girevoy Sport Federation
A National Champion and Irish record holder Eddie competes Internationally at both World and European level and placed 3rd at the 2016 IGSF World Championships, 3rd in the 2012 IGSF World Championship and 3rd in the 2012 Tafisa World Games, all in 2x32kg Biathlon.
Eddie has coached 12 athletes to podiums in Europeans or World championships in amateur, professional and veteran divisions. He has coached athletes to achieve CMS, MS & MSIC ranks and coaches mulitple national and world record holders, including Abigail Johnston!
Jerk 2x32kg 110
Jerk 2x28kg 137 in training
Jerk 2x24kg 172 in training
Snatch 32kg 164, 183 in training
Snatch 28kg 213 in 12mins
Snatch 24kg 231
Longcycle 32kg 57
Long Cycle 28kg 76
Long Cycle 24kg 100, 145 in 20mins
Sport Rank and Titles:
Master of Sport of International Class - Long Cycle, Biathlon & Snatch
Level 3 Kettlebell Sport Instuctor - Siberian State University of Phys. Ed and Ministry of Sport of Russian Federation
IKSFA Kettlebell Sport Coach Certification - Level 1 & 2
Abigail Johnston is a UK & World Record holder in kettlebell sport, and has achieved MSIC Master of Sport International Class ranking in all three lifts and through most major organisations (IUKL, IGSF, GSU, WAKSC, IKMF).
Regularly competing for Scotland in International Competition. Abigail has placed in the top three at every International IUKL competition attended (2014 World Cup English Stage, European Championship & World Championship, 2015 European Championship & World Championship). She also placed overall Absolute Champion in the 2017 WAKSC World Championship on 2x24kg (jerk, snatch & Long cycle triathlon) and placed first and set new World Records in both Elite snatch and long cycle Half Marathon at the 2017 IKMF World Championship.
Under Abigail’s coaching her lifters have achieved World and National Records, CMS, Master of Sport and Master of Sport International Class rankings and several have won medals at World and European level, both at professional and amateur level, including a 2nd place medal at professional level in the IUKL Wold Championship 2016.
24kg - 192 reps
2x24kg - 53 reps
2x20kg - 116 reps in training
2x16kg - 164 reps in training
28kg 101 (5mins)
28kg 116 reps (7mins)
24kg 206 (in training)
20kg 400 (20mins - 10mins per hand)
20kg 600 (30min - Half Marathon set in training)
28kg 116 reps in training
24kg 136 reps
20kg 145 reps
20kg 405 (30min - Half Marathon set)
2x24kg 51 reps
2x20kg 94 reps
2x16kg 131 reps in training