Kettlebell training revolution comes to Newry with KBX

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Wednesday, December 7th, 2011
People in the Newry & Mourne Area who have been struggling to lose weight or gain fitness will be delighted to know that KBX has announced that they are bringing kettlebell training to Newry. Unlike many other forms of training, kettlebell training is “brutal fun” and a hard kettlebell workout gives you a tremendous sense of accomplishment. Kettlebell training is accessible and practical for all. From the elite athlete looking for an edge, to the sedentary person looking to discover fitness for the first time. And everyone in between. All can benefit. KBX would like to welcome all newcomers to their Newry class. Please give it a try, they have many different weights of kettlebells to cater for each individual’s needs and you will be looked after by their personal trainer throughout your journey to fitness. If you are still unsure, here are just 5 reasons you should go along to their class:
  •   It’s safe — for any age, shape or size.
  •   Fun and varied, never boring.
  •   Serious cardio without the boredom of a treadmill.
  •   Greater fat loss.
  •   Increase mental focus.
KBX train every Monday night 7-8pm in St. Joseph’s high school Newry. Training will resume early January after the Christmas and New Year holidays. Classes are £5. Any participants should take their own water to keep themselves hydrated. For more information Contact Michael on: 07725099358 or Brendan on: 07704747400. See us on facebook ‘KBX Kettlebell Xtreme Fitness.’
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1 Comment for “Kettlebell training revolution comes to Newry with KBX”

  1. Anne Murphy

    Michael the Trainer is Amazing….. Recommend to all!!

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