Body Weight Training & Kettlebell seminar

Body Weight Training

Saturday 21 October

Time: 10:00 - 17:00

Iron League Fitness
8575s 2940w Suite B
West Jordan UT 84088

About this event:

Learn Steve Maxwell's own body weight conditioning system!

  • Introduction to Steve and the principles of the seminar
  • Upper Body Pulling -- Pull-up, Chin-up, and Row
  • Pushing -- Push-up and Dip
  • Introduction to timed static contraction (TSC)
  • Lower back and abdominals
  • Exercises for grip, foream, and neck
  • Lower body -- Gluteals, hamstrings, hips, and thighs, calves, ankles, and feet
  • Q & A

LEARN why and how your body weight is the only strength modality you'll ever need.

DIFFERENTIATE between the demonstration of strength and building genuine strength -- there's a BIG difference.

HOW body weight exercise is correctly applied to improve performance in other sports and activities.

WHY chasing arbitrary repetition counts in excercises is a dead-end prospect and can cause harm

STOP comparing your current performance to anyone else -- or even your own past performance

DISCOVER the authentic purpose of BW excercise -- yea, verily, of all exercise

UNDERSTAND why time under load (TOL) is the primary stimulus for increasing muscular size

GRASP the timed static contraction (TSC) system so that even without any equipment whatsoever, you'll never lack the ability to train yourself (and others)

DISCOVER why gymnastic feats and stunts are substandard training, even harmful to the joints and general well-being

TAKE TO HEART Steve's message that rational physical training is never a source of injury but promotes physical health and joint integrity

EMPLOY a simple metronome to increase workout efficiency by 150%

REALIZE the ability to train resides not in equipment or circumstance, but within you. Its source is your own internal fire which cannot be purchased off the Internet, or anywhere else, only galvanized.

CONSTRUE how using various ranges of motion can make your exercises more productive

TAP into the survival mechanism to improve workout results

EXPERIENCE how simpler, general exercises yield greater benefit than more complex, specific drills

Upon completing this seminar you will have what you need to use your body weight for a superb workout anytime, anyplace, anywhere.

You will understand how to safely apply load to the joints in a way that prevents injuries -- even in non-related sports.

Can't make it to the seminar?

Check out Steve's instant video download series and mobile app Body Weight Basics and reconstruct your home training.



Register before July 20, 2017 and pay $175 
Register on or after July 20, 2017 and pay $225
Prices are displayed in $USD

Kettlebell seminar

Sunday 22 October

Time: 10:00 - 17:00

Iron League Fitness
8575s 2940w Suite B
West Jordan UT 84088

About this event:

You've heard about the great benefits of kettlebell training and perhaps you've gone out and purchased a kettlebell... now you want to know how to properly use it.

Well, you're in luck! You won't attend a better seminar anywhere on earth than Steve Maxwell's Introduction to Kettlebell Basics.

Just as a skyscraper must be built upon a solid foundation, so must your kettlebell training be grounded in the basics in order for you to reach the heights. It's important to start out right so to avoid any bad habits that can negatively impact your future kettlebell training.

Why is Steve so confident in this course?

Because Steve Maxwell has years of experience in teaching people from all walks of life how to get the most from their kettlebell training in a safe and rational manner.

Steve teaches the kettlebell teachers and he can teach you. Many kettlebell personalities on there on the circuit got their start with Steve Maxwell, the man who introduced the Turkish Get-Up and Windmill exercises to the kettlebell handbook.

Still, simply having experience isn't enough; it's the results of the training methodologies that count and Steve has the results.

What you can expect in this course:

Breathing: proper breath control and why it's so important

Correct grip: holding and lifting the kettlebell

How to protect the back when lifting and swinging the kettlebell

For the ladies: preventing the "bop and bruise" on the forearm

The best KB exercises for all-around health and fitness

Developing the shoulder girdle without stress or pain

Sequencing exercises and routines for the best results

Strength exercises for muscular development

Dynamic KB exercises for cardio-respiratory fitness

Improved body composition the Maxwell way


Register before July 20, 2017 and pay $175
Register on or after July 20, 2017 and pay $225
Prices are displayed in $USD

More info: Matt Steadman, 385-234-1787 or Maxwell service desk