Learn to Kettlebell Snatch for Cardio and Fat Loss PREMIUM
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Learn to Kettlebell Snatch for Cardio and Fat Loss PREMIUM

The kettlebell snatch is incredibly good for anaerobic and aerobic cardio work
4.3 (19 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
97 students enrolled
Created by Taco Fleur
Last updated 6/2020
Current price: $12.99 Original price: $149.99 Discount: 91% off
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 40 articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • How to kettlebell snatch
  • How to avoid banging and bruising
  • How to avoid ripping the hands
  • How to do high volume
  • Snatch variations
  • One kettlebell

The kettlebell snatch is one of the best kettlebell training exercises for weight loss. There are no other exercises that compare when it comes to cardio. The snatch is incredibly suitable for anaerobic exercise but at the same also for aerobic exercise. Great to program for interval training. With a simple 30-minute kettlebell snatch workout you could easily burn over 600 calories.

I have devoted a whole lecture to programming the kettlebell snatch for weight loss. I will explain different ways to program this kettlebell exercise for weight loss yourself after you learned how to execute many different variations of the snatch.

One of the most important things with any exercise is to first be able to perform it without injury. I will teach you how to avoid ripping your hands, avoid bruising of the wrists, and learn how to perform the king of kettlebell exercises efficiently.

As a qualified kettlebell coach I have put over a decade of snatch experience into this course that will teach anyone how to kettlebell snatch. This course is designed for beginners but also for advanced. I designed it so that it takes you from day one, never having snatched, to snatching heavy weight and high volume reps. I will cover snatch variations that will make your workouts exciting and you can also use the knowledge from this course to get serious about entering kettlebell sport.

Why kettlebell snatch?

  • Cardio and strength in one exercise

  • Endurance

  • Mental toughness

  • Power

  • Full-body exercise

  • Burn serious calories

Also known as the king of kettlebell exercises.

I've broken this course down into one part where you can just quickly get the info you need to snatch and I've devoted a huge section to explaining the snatch in details over 21 days. You can chose what path you take, you might want to get quickly into it or you might want to delve deep, the option is there for you. I've also added a whole lecture on kettlebell workouts with the snatch exercise so you can put into action what you've learned. I know if you take this course you won't be disappointed and walk away snatching like a pro in no time!

Please make sure you read the full description of the course.

PREMIUM Included in this course is:

  • Our popular Amazon book with over 15,000 words and many photos about the kettlebell snatch available for download

  • Kettlebell snatch workouts

  • Optional tasks to complete

  • Optional assessments

  • Access to a qualified kettlebell coach with a passion to teach you

I could say so much more but here's what other people have said:

I adore kettlebells, therefore, my research led me to Cavemantraining. Watching the videos where Taco and Anna demonstrate the exercises opened up a new view of training with the Kettlebell. Then the Snatch camp started where in 21 days we should learn how to properly perform an exercise Snatch.

The snatch exercise was parsed into atoms and molecules. The videos Taco demonstrated were extensive and detailed. We were just supposed to practice on instructions. I've really been skeptical so far regarding the courses that are being held online. Now I'm sure a beginner who just met with Kettlebell could learn how to perform the snatch exercise.

I liked the feedback on our videos, which was sincere, professional, detailed and easily comprehensible.

Vjekoslava Petroci Fićković

I've had a set of kettlebells for 10 years now, all from Russia, brought to me by a friend. I've used them mainly for swings until a few months back. Then I came across Cavemantraining, and it was like the moment that the world changed from black and white into color in the Wizard of Oz.

The snatch course is the first time I've been properly trained in kettlebell technique, and as many of you already know, Taco brings a dedicated and humble expertise to the task. What I did not anticipate is how effective his format is.

Here's how it works. Taco demonstrates a portion of the snatch. Then you practice it, video yourself doing it, and upload it to the snatch camp group. It takes a bit of courage and a bit of time, but this feedback loop is very valuable.

First, you see yourself through the video and wonder how Taco makes it look so easy. Then you see others struggling to master the sequence just like you are. And then Taco will leave a suggestion or comment on each video. I found Taco Fleur's feedback to each participant to be very insightful, consistently picking up on small details that make a big difference. I learned from everyone.

It's weird, but there's a sort of thrill, a deep satisfaction, that comes with executing a kettlebell exercise well ... especially the snatch because it is such a full body movement.

Nando Deva

Cavemantraining with Taco Fleur. As a few others have given praise for the snatch course just now wrapping up, I overwhelmingly agree with all sentiments and thanks.

Results? I entered the course unable to snatch without gloves and had an overall lack of confidence in the skill. Now I can snatch for volume (100+ reps) and weight (36kg and 32kg below). I can train every day and not worry about recovery from tearing.

But results don’t do the journey justice. Over the course of the camp. My fellow students and myself were guided by Taco’s incredible wealth of knowledge - his guidance was thorough, step by step progressions to help us reach our ultimate goals. Form, safety, and fun.

I can’t overstate how impressed I was with the personal feedback during the course. Taco gave us each very detailed feedback the day we posted videos that were honest and easy to respond to. This process of videoing my technique coupled with Taco's feedback accelerated my development incredibly. For the price of a couple of PT training sessions with some young inexperienced protein shake drinking yonko, you could receive personalized feedback by one of the worlds best.

Finally. It was a pleasure to socialize with like-minded people from around the world. Like Nando Deva I will miss this crew and hope to stay in touch as we all continue to play with the bells.

Looking forward to future courses. Much love.

Justin Feiereisel Barnett

Anyone thinking about joining Taco Fleur, for his Snatch Camp by Cavemantraining, do it. I wasn’t sure, didn’t know what to expect, and didn’t know if it’d be for me. After thinking about it for a while, I decided to join in, paid my money, followed the program, and couldn’t be happier.

I was fairly new to kettlebell training, but was also doing a few things wrong, without even knowing it. I wouldn’t have progressed properly, by just watching training videos, and swinging kettlebells. Taco Fleur is able to point out what you’re doing right, what you’re doing wrong, and how to progress properly. I know I’m no kettlebell professional, but I now know enough to train hard without tearing myself up.

This really is an awesome value for money. Anyone interested in getting into kettlebell training, or anyone that is having any issues with their snatch, should do this course.

Thank you Taco Fleur, for your patience, great advice, and an excellent training course.

Shane Hansen

About me

I have snatched 10 minutes unbroken with only one hand switch, snatched 532 reps unbroken in 30 minutes, and so much more. My qualifications are as follows.

Cavemantraining Certified, IKFF Certified Kettlebell Teacher, Kettlebell Sport Rank 2, Russian Girevoy Sport Institute Kettlebell Coach, CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, CrossFit Judges Certificate, CrossFit Lesson Planning Certificate, Kettlebells Level 2 Trainer, Kettlebell Science and Application, MMA Fitness Level 2, MMA Conditioning Level 1, BJJ Purple Belt and more. Owner of Cavemantraining, World Kettlebell Community, and Kettlebell Training Education. Featured in 4 issues of the Iron Man magazine.

Important Notice

I would like to be upfront and tell you about the audio/video in one of the 20+ videos, it's not good quality, it's good enough to hear/see the instructions but it's not top notch high end video production and has noise plus echo. I want to make this clear to you before you purchase the course. If you believe you might leave a negative review because of the audio/video then please do not purchase this course.

Please note that our Udemy courses provide you with knowledge, and in some cases allow you to obtain a certificate of participation. These courses are not the same as the ones offered on our website. The courses on our website include coaching, assessments, exams, additional books (in some cases), and certification, all aimed at trainers or kettlebell enthusiasts that are serious about their education.

Who this course is for:
  • At-home kettlebell enthusiasts
  • Beginners to intermediate
  • Moms and dads
  • Crossfitters
Course content
Expand all 60 lectures 02:18:05
+ Introduction
6 lectures 08:39
How to use this course
Making sure you're happy
Black or white
+ Quick steps to snatching
17 lectures 46:18
Quick intro to kettlebell snatching
Explanation of videos that follow
V2: Kettlebell dead swing snatch and swing snatch
V3: Difference between a kettlebell dead, swing, and hang snatch
V4: Kettlebell snatch into overhead reverse lunge
V5: Kettlebell snatch into overhead squat
V6: Double kettlebell full and half snatch in slow-mo
V7: Double kettlebell full snatch in slow-mo
V8: Kettlebell full snatch with thoracic rotation
V9: Progress from snatching to juggling
V10: Open palm snatch
V11: Kettlebell dead snatch with path of travel
V12: Double kettlebell half snatch with clear hip hyperextension
V13: Half power snatch
Final word about the quick intro to snatching
+ 21-Day Progression to Snatching and Variations
31 lectures 01:04:27
Movement for the snatch
Half snatch
The drop
Snatch physics
Day 1: Practice hook grip/hand insertion
Day 2: Practice movement for the pendulum
Day 3: Practice pendulum low swing
Day 4: Practice pendulum swing
Day 5: Practice pendulum high swing
Day 6: Keep drilling
Day 7: Practice racking
Day 8: Practice assisted hand insertion
Day 9: Practice drop into rack
Day 10: Practice assisted half snatch
Day 11: Practice half snatch
Day 12: What fails first
Day 13: Practice pull-out
Day 14: Practice push press and full drop
Day 15: Practice full snatch one kettlebell
Day 16: Practice dead clean one kettlebell
Day 17: Practice dead snatch one kettlebell
Day 18: Practice double kettlebell pendulum swing
Day 19: Practice kettlebell pulling swing and snatch
Day 20: Practice double kettlebell swing snatch
Day 21: Practice snatch
Demo of kettlebell sport 10 minute full snatch 1 switch
Demo of kettlebell sport marathon 30 minute half snatch
End of 21 day progression
+ Snatch workouts
4 lectures 15:41
Program kettlebell snatch workouts for weight loss
W1: Kettlebell clean and snatch workout 15 minutes
W2: Three AMRAP and one task FOR TIME
+ Bonus Lecture
2 lectures 02:59
Bonus content
$20 Credit