Macebell Training UK has two courses available that are designed to coach you through the Fundamentals of Macebell Training so that you can advance from beginner to Macebell Ninja!
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The Resilient Body Kettlebell Workshop will teach you how to use Kettlebell Training to become stronger, more athletic and with great physical capability.
Learn the benefits that awesome Macebell Training provides and gain practical experience and know-how in a series of the most effective Mace Training Movements.
This workshop is the most comprehensive and complete Macebell Training workshop in the UK that teaches Fundamentals of Mace Training and Coaching Skills.
Fancy yourself as a Strongman/Woman? In this workshop you will learn conventional and unconventional Strongman training modalities.
In this blog post you will read about the benefits of macebell training and how they can help to turn your body into a more functional super machine that is strong, mobile and in great shape!
The Bulgarian Bag Training is a dynamic, challenging training modality that delivers fun, highly functional and effective workouts that can be used for a variety of training goals and programs.
Modified Strongman Training is gaining huge momentum in popularity at the moment and for good reason! Not only is it incredibly challenging and fun but it also delivers a host of powerful results!
I love the Turkish Get Up. It’s an old time strong man type movement that carries a massive amount of benefits and is a worthy inclusion in practically every training program.
It’s amazing what happens when you achieve something monumental to your own experience – you realise that actually, we can reach further yet still and the previous limitation has now changed beyond all recognition.
“I mentor and guide you towards greater levels of health, fitness and personal achievement. It’s a Shore Thing.”