A quick update on the message below. We had a large response to this on Facebook so we’re going through with the workouts. I didn’t see anyone here unfortunately that signed up so maybe no one is interested. But if you are, these workouts will be in English, they will come with demo videos of the moves, we’ll have instructional videos on the moves you might not know (these are in Chinese but I did some of them in English), and finally they are doable with DUMBBELLS if you don’t have kettlebells.
I’m all the time hearing “why don’t we have something like this in Taiwan?” so now we do so there’s no excuse not to do it. BTW, these would make great conditioning workouts after doing a couple of strength lifts at the gym.
Hope anyone looking at taking their fitness to the next level will think about participating.
[quote=“Formosa Fitness”]Hi guys. We’ve decided to start a FREE workout 3x a week that we’ll be posting over at the Kettlebell Taiwan Facebook page: facebook.com/pages/Kettlebe … 8670435141
The idea is to open up some workouts for the broader fitness community outside our gym. It’s a public service but we have to centralize the comments and questions so my trainers can answer them, hence the hosting of the workout on the Facebook page. But i can answer general how’s and why’s here.
We’ll post three workouts a week that you can do in any gym or at home if you have kettlebells. If you don’t, you can use dumbbells but the workout won’t be as good. i can tell you from experience. All we ask is that you comment on each WOD post with the weight you used, your results for the workout, and any questions if you have them. Without participants posting the weight you used and the result, there isn’t much point in us providing the workouts.
If we get 50 people minimum to commit tomorrow, we’ll continue to post the workouts along with videos demoing the moves. If not, we’ll move on to the next idea. I got a ton of them and you never know if they’re gonna work until you try. Hope you’ll workout with us![/quote]