Come join this two hour Bulgarian Bag Workshop with Barry Andre!
The Bulgarian Bag is an incredibly versatile tool which can be used in any environment to increase muscular strength and endurance, increase grip strength, increase anaerobic capacity, neuromuscular drive, speed, agility and overall core strength. The movements such as Spinning, Snatching and/or Throwing carryover to many other sports or activities. All the exercises are easy to learn, but hard to master.
Barry is a Suples Bulgarian Bag Trainer Level 1 and also a worldchampion kettlebell sport in snatch 24kg and uses the dynamic exercises of the bulgarian bag in his trainingsessions.
You will learn the proper techniques and how to execute the four major most effective dynamic exercises to increase grip strength and core conditioning and also muscle targeted exercises:
– Arm Throw
– Swing Squat
– Spin Throw
– Swing Squat Snatch
– And many others
We train this bulgarian bag workshop with the genuine original bulgarian bags from Suples, made by the inventor Ivan Ivanov. At the Rotterdam Kettlebell Academy we only train with the best of the best.
It will be tough, but great fun!
What is the Bulgarian Bag?
The bulgarian bag is on the rise, but is still fairly new in the Netherlands.
The inventor of this is Ivan Ivanov with his company Suples. The bag has been used worldwide for many years in “unconventional” training centers, martial arts and in top sports. The bag is best known for the “spin” exercise, it is fast to learn, freely accessible to use, “but hard to master”. It is also available in various weights. So if you want to be the first to pioneer and experience the power of the bag, if you like training differently than others, then this is your chance.
Video examples of the Bulgarian Bag
Saturday 4 April 2020 from 14:00 – 16:00
Saturday 7 November 2020 from 14:00 – 16:00
Rotterdam Kettlebell Academy
2908 KB Capelle aan den IJssel
Online: Use form at the end of this page, scroll down.
Join & register for the Bulgarian Bag Workshop:
Complete the form below or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the workshop.