I am stiff and sore but also reinvigorated. My Saturday was spent at a Russian Kettlebell recertification in Wisconsin, lead by Master RKC Instructor Andrea DuCane. It was challenging, but also rewarding and educational. RKC instructors are required to get recertified every 3 years to keep up to date on the latest form requirements and teaching methods — the types of changes that occur when an organization is dedicated to excellence and not willing to rest on their laurels. I encourage anyone who is looking for a physical challenge to look into getting certified. The RKC (Russian Kettlebell Challenge) offers two levels of certification, a one day certification call the HKC (Hardstyle Kettlebell Challenge – a great place to start) that is challenging but not as rigorous as the RKC which is a three day extensive certification (which I first did in 2009). I’d be happy to train anyone for either of these challenges and would love to have some additional instructors for Forza! Even if you’re not ready or looking for something like this, please get into Forza! over the next few weeks as I work through with all of you the modifications to basic kettlebell drills I learned this weekend. See you there!
Give it to my father ,he said it is good Canadian cialis! All the medications one can see in our product lists are generic.