Recently I announced that I had confirmed dates with Steve Cotter for his 4th visit to Wild Geese.
Today I’d like to inform you that we are now open for taking registrations.
There’s two ways you can go about this:
1 – Register via the IKFF website 2 – Register through me.
Here’s how it works:
1 – Via the IKFF It’s as simple as clicking the links below and filling in the details. Here’s the links:
CKT 1 – Date: June 2 – 3, Time: June 2 – 9:30 am to 5:00 pm June 3 – 9:30 am to 12:00 pm CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
CKT 2 – Date: June 3 – 4 Time: June 3 – 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm June 4 – 9:30 am to 5:00 pm CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
For details on payment plans to spread the cost CLICK HERE
2 – Via me If you prefer to deal with myself instead of going through the IKFF, that’s cool. You can drop in cash, a cheque or send payment via PayPal to email@example.com. If you use paypal, please ensure to include your name, which course you are attending and if you are paying installments note which it may be (eg 1 of 3, 2 of 4 etc..).
It’s that simple.
If you’re not familiar with Steve Cotter but are into kettlebell training, for whatever reason, then you seriously are missing out. Anyone who’s touched a Kettle will have heard of Pavel Tsatsouline, the RKC and Dragon Door. Before there was an RKC Pavel met a young athlete who simply blew him away. He not only invited this athlete to join him in presenting his next seminar but asked him to include his own material into the course. This athlete was Steve Cotter and much of what became the original RKC course came from Steve. Since then he has grown as a man, an athlete and as a coach, he sources the best coaches to go and learn from, he trains under them, improving his own ability, then he tales theses skills and incorporates them into his seminars. The information you get from Steve and the IKFF is as up to date as you will get. His depth of knowledge and attention to detail in the kettlebell technique is mind boggling. For example, I’ve used information he taught me during his first visit here (2009) to fix dozens of peoples squat technique, even those who have injuries that “prevent” them squatting. On his last visit (2010) he gave me a few technique tips on the Kettlebell Snatch which was always a lift I disliked, I went from a previous best of 110 reps with a 24kg prior to his visit to 100 reps with a 28kg at the Irish Championships two weeks after his visit.
So while you may be able to go to a much cheaper two day certification, you will not ever attend a better certification.
And Steve’s knowledge and ability is not just limited to the Kettlebell, here’s some of the bodyweight drills he may also share: