My go bag is with me whenever possible. One of the questions that I get on a daily basis is:
“What The Hell Is In That Backpack?
My Website: https://CoachHelder.com
My name is Helder Gomes. Former Active Duty United States Marine and International Fitness and Combatives Instructor. And today is an exciting day…
Because I’m finally able to make available to you a powerful fitness system… previously authorized for use only with elite law enforcement and military units.
So if you’re tired of not feeling (or looking) like the type of person who can “go” when it counts… and if you want fast, no bullshit, anytime-anyplace fitness program tested in the trenches where it counts… then this is the program for you.
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Here’s the deal:
-It All Starts With The Kettlebell Swing-
Kettlebell Combatives has a relatively distinct method of training. The kettlebell is our opponent and develops us as combatants. Once you advance through the various Kettlebell Combatives Volumes, you will begin to combine more advanced movements into your training. You will soon realize that precise movements that we need to succeed in our combative arts are being practiced and developed by the kettlebell quite naturally. We know that we cannot beat the kettlebell, the best that we could hope for is to go the distance with it. This IS the shortcut to combat mastery.
This approach to combatives training is not new. As a matter of fact, it has been around for thousands of years, starting in China. The equipment they used were basically square kettlebells made of stone. The practice is called Stone Locking and it is still used today.
By using a kettlebell we are actually building greater combative attributes and skill because of the kettlebell being round; we get more options and versatility in our training. But the sound principle is the same between some aspects of Kettlebell Combatives and Stone Locking.
If you do not have any kettlebell knowledge, then you are actually ahead of the game. Let me tell you a little story about an experience that I had in Parris Island during U.S. Marine Corps bootcamp.
It was time for us to head to the range to learn how to use the M-16 rifle so that we can qualify with and and hopefully become Marines. I was a bit nervous, besides that usual nervousness brought on by Marine Corps bootcamp. My issue was that besides shooting .22 caliber rifles in the boy scouts, I had zero experience in shooting, let alone qualifying with an M-16.
After sighting in on a barrel for the better part of a week, it was time to live fire. My instructor spoke to me and asked about my experience. I, reluctantly, told him the truth. He smiled and explained to me that I was ahead of the game. he basically said “recruit, I spend most of my day on the range trying to break bad habits that other recruits have developed while shooting daddy’s shotgun. Since you have no experience, you have zero bad habits. So basically, everything that I teach you will be digested and you will shoot like a pro.” Needless to say that I qualified as an Expert Rifleman the following week.
So my point is.. No experience, no bad habits!
What you learn from Volume One, as long as you do the work, will get you exactly where you want to be with your kettlebell swing which will open doors to a completely new level in your combatives practice.