We are glad to have Kimberly Fox back to talk about Proper Breathing Technique Part 2! In case you missed it, here is Part 1.
Kimberly Fox is a World Champion kettlebell lifter and member of Team USA. She will be representing Team USA at the IUKL World Championships in Seoul, South Korea this year which are the world championships for Kettlebell Sport in which the best lifters from all of the world compete. We asked Kimberly if she would share some of her best advice and tips for Kettlebell Sport training with us leading up to the World Championships and she was very happy to help.
This is an exciting year for women in Kettlebell Sport because this is the first year women will be competing in Two Arm Long Cycle. Kim competes with TWO 24 kilogram competition kettlebells and will be going for personal and world records in reps in South Korea. The top kettlebell athletes in the world will be competing in Seoul to represent their countries and Kim has some awesome goals we wanted to learn about.
WATCH KIM EXPLAIN PROPER BREATHING TECHNIQUES BELOW AS WELL AS THE REMAINDER OF OUR INTERVIEW AND HOW YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT KIM REPRESENT TEAM USA AT THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Kim Fox discusses proper breathing technique in kettlebell sport, proper breathing is a key factor to getting the most out of your sets and training! Learn more about how you can support Kim in her goals to win the world championships here!
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