I like to think I am a realist.
While I believe that DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training is the MOST complete fitness system, I do realize that people are going to more than likely incorporate other training means.
Is this bad?
No, as long as they follow our ideas of progression, purpose, programming, and proficiency.
In fact, I like to see how DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training can enhance other fitness programs and training styles.
I know right now one of our DVRT Master instructors are actually preparing clients for a powerlifting using a lot of DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training. That will be awesome to hear about in the near future.
However, just this past weekend at the Perform Better Long Beach Summit, I got to talk with one of our awesome DVRT Masters, Joe Chalakee. Not only has Joe been working with our DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training for quite some time, but has been a certified kettlebell instructor for even longer!
Joe had mentioned to me how he was using the Ultimate Sandbag snatch to actually help people learn the right way to kettlebell snatch. I was intrigued!
Some of the biggest complaints in the kettlebell snatch is that people tear up their hands, whack their wrist, and lose their grip strength. According to Joe, much of this has to do with people going through the wrong trajectory with the kettlebell.
That is why Joe found the Ultimate Sandbag snatch such a great drill to help correct this all too common issue.
Watch the video we shot with Joe right after our DVRT Ultimate Sandbag Training presentation at the Summit. I think you will love this kettlebell solution, but also find so much value out of the Ultimate Sandbag snatch.