The afterburn effect and how to maximise it

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The “Afterburn Effect” and why KettleFit workouts guarantee you maximise it every time! After a long car trip your car’s engine stays warm as it gradually cools to a resting temperature. Here’s a cool fact: The same thing happens to your body after a workout. Similar to how a car engine stays warm, your body’s metabolism can continue to burn calories after an intense workout even when you are at complete rest. This physiological effect is called excess post exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC), or more commonly called the Afterburn Effect. EPOC is the amount of oxygen required to restore your body to its normal, resting level of metabolic function (called homeostasis). It also explains how your body can continue to burn calories long after you’ve finished your workout. Here are seven things you should know about EPOC and how KettleFit workouts can optimise calorie burning from your workouts: Immediately after...
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Do you want to get Functional Strength and Cardio in one Hit ?

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Everyone who goes to the gym would love to find a way to do their strength, core and cardio training at the same time. The average gym goer will spend about 45-60 mins in the weight room doing their strength program then they have to do their cardio which might be another 20-30 mins on a treadmill or bike. Now, I haven’t even mentioned the core strength program which might be another day or tapped onto the session above! This all goes together to create a really long session and I don’t know many people who have the time for all of this, do you? I’ve spent 17 years working at the highest level of professional sport in Australia and Europe and at this level, training time is vital and coaches and athletes want to maximize the time they spend on the track doing their sport rather than in the…

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KettleFit is unique and delivers!

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KettleFit Performance, Circuit, Kettlebell Strength or Beginner classes. Which class should you choose? We often get asked these questions by new clients wanting to understand the differences between the classes we offer at KettleFit. It's not a simple question to answer because as Members know, our classes are constantly changing from one session to the next so I thought I'd better explain it in detail! This is a key reason why KettleFit is so unique and delivers outstanding results. Performance, Circuit, Kettlebell Strength and Strength are a broad description of the class TYPE that we use to cover a variety of training qualities that we focus on each one. Within each class TYPE (category or format of class) we have created hundreds of different Workouts that can be used. For example, todays Performance Class was actually called 'The KettleFit Octagon' and last Saturdays Performance class was "KettleFit Centurion" So I've created this...
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KettleFit – Higher Faster Stronger Podcast

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KettleFit Co-Founder Jarrod Egan, talks to SEN's Higher Faster Stronger about KettleFit and its unique kettlebell group personal training concept. Find out why KettleFit training is the next boom fitness concept and how it can benefit you. Jarrod explains how the concept was created, who can benefit and what the benefits are from KettleFit. This is a must to listen to if you want to take your health and fitness to the next level. Kettlebell training that is personally tailored for you. Get your complete fitness fix in 45 minutes, Cardio, Strength, Core and Mobility.
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How to train like a professional tennis player

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How to train like a professional tennis player By Stuart Marsh Jan 25th, 2016   Despite its genteel history, tennis is a decidedly brutal sport for the athletes who choose to make it a career. It’s easy to see why when you look at the unique strength and conditioning challenges that the game throws up for coaches and athletes. Firstly, there’s no set time – you could be on the court for anywhere from an hour to more than five. (For those wondering, the longest match ever played was an 11-hour slog-fest between American John Isner and Frenchman Nicholas Mahut at Wimbledon in 2010.) Secondly, in professional tennis there’s no real off-season. Players travel the world from tournament to tournament all year round, managing their recovery as best as they can in airport lounges, hotel rooms and stadium gyms. Thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, since tennis is primarily a strategic…

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