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    Default Sr RKC & Z-Health Master Trainer Sara Cheatham San Fran Workshop- DON'T MISS OUT!

    If you're in the San Francisco Area, you MUST come join us this weekend as RKC II Patrick Jernigan and I deliver an above-the-rest Z-Health & Kettlebell workshop. Not only will you learn techniques to refine your current kettlebell skills, but you will learn how and why these refinements will significantly improve and expedite your training success without pain or injury.

    This is an information & action-packed workshop you cannot afford to miss!

    Information-packed Workshop!
    Rated 10 out of 10
    This weekend, I had the pleasure of hosting Sara for a day-long workshop covering both kettlebells and Z-health. I cannot speak highly enough of her in every regard. She is professional, caring, knowledgeable, hardworking, and inspiring. For almost 8 hours, she broke down basic and advanced kettlebell exercises and interspersed pearls of neurophysiologic wisdom, managing all the while to maintain a smile and wonderful attitude. I look forward to my next opportunity to learn from her. Jennifer Bryan, RKC - Gainesville, FL


    Efficient coaching. Thanks a bunch Sara!
    Rated 10 out of 10

    Sara is a great coach! I spent five sessions with her after returning back from Iraq with my guard unit and she had me up and going with the basic movements. I was only able to do five sessions due to a busy work schedule and family life. Because of those five sessions I have been able to maintain a basic program out of my garage to keep me fit despite life getting even busier. Kettlebells are all about efficiency and getting results, and that is what you will get if you are able to train with Sara.Thanks a bunch Sara, and I hope you are enjoying the Eastern Seaboard. MJ says hi. Bryan Smith - Spring, Tx

    Sara Cheatham is an amazing instructor
    Rated 10 out of 10
    I had the chance to go to the DV8Fitness / Red Star Athletics workshop and Sara Cheatham and she really knows her stuff! You will gain an amazing amount of knowledge training with Sara. If you are close to her or have the chance to train with Sara at a workshop, DO IT!!! Sara is one of the best Kettlebell instructors I have met and I returned home from the workshop more aware and now I have the knowledge to fine tune my kettlebell workouts. If you are a beginner, Go train with Sara Cheatham. If you are and advanced kettlebeller, go train with Sara Cheatham.Thanks Sara! John Hubickey - West Chester, PA



    Sister Strength
    Rated 10 out of 10

    Sara Cheatham aids in the development of both the material taught, and the product minted at RKC weekends. Sara's knowledge of the human machine allows her inner athlete to use both RKC and Z Health as vehicles to teach and encourage. Both clients and students benefit from her education and motivation. I am happy to be on the same squad as she.Will Williams, Senior Instructor [RKC 2005] - Suburban Philadelphia

    Great Workshop
    Rated 10 out of 10
    Sara (along with Bob Orr) put on a fantastic workshop in Virginia Beach. She was extremely clear, effective, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. E. Chason - Williamsburg, VA


    100% Dedicated to My Success...
    Rated 10 out of 10
    ...beyond the call of duty. Patrick is ready with encouragement, patience and flexibility during every training session. I have a health challenge which often hampers my training results. Workingwith Patrick on kettlebells is helping me to find new inner and outer strength. Marie Coccia - San Francisco


    Great personalized instruction
    Rated 10 out of 10
    Patrick defines personal training. He was able to accommodate my busy schedule and made sure the training was always close to my home. He shaped each of the training sessions to my goals. Very quickly I was able to improve technique and strength. I highly recommend Patrick for very reasonably priced and expert instruction in San Francisco. Alex - San Francisco


    Training with Patrick great.
    Rated 10 out of 10
    I broke my leg over 2 1/2 years ago on the mat. I needed to rehab my leg, drop the weight I put on and be able to withstand my black belt test. I needed to shape up fast.Patrick was my solution. He truly loves his kettlebells and wants you to join in the fun.Over the past eight months, Patrick put me on track. So far, I've dropped over 60lbs, passed my black belt test and reclaimed my athletic body. My flexibility is amazing, even my reserved Aikido sensei has commented on my progress. Patrick has cross trained in a few martial arts styles, and understands that strength, power, conditioning and flexibility are key to training and all around general fitness. He's been training a few pro MMA guys too.Patrick is a wealth of information, yet soft spoken and encouraging. He has big heart, he knows what it's like to out of shape. He's a Henry Rollins kinda guy, the approachable tough looking guy who remembers what it's like to get stuffed in a locker and what day the new comic books come out. Anastasia Lipinski - San Francisco, CA



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    Sara Cheatham, M.S., Senior RKC, Z-Health Master Trainer, trains a variety of athletes from housewives to elite US military units. Sara is widely recognized for her “no nonsense” approach to teaching advanced kettlebell and joint mobility physical strategies safely and efficiently.
    Patrick is an RKCII who has worked with a number of professional MMA fighters as well as members of the SFPD SWAT team.

    Who: YOU!
    What: RKC, RKC II, AND Z-Health workshop
    Re-Discover & Discover: The swing, clean, press, get-up, front squat, snatch, clean & jerk, push-press, windmill, pistol, and the "magic" of Z-Health to make them all efficient & results-producing!

    When: 17 Jan, 2010 10am-6pm
    Where: Ralph Gracie Jiu-jitsu
    1166 Howard St., San Francisco, CA

    Why: Because you deserve to know more and move better!

    How much: $200
    Register NOW! by e-mailing Patrick@nobleironfitness.com
    [FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=darkred][B]Sara Cheatham M.S., Sr. RKC, Z-Health Master Trainer [/B][/COLOR][/FONT]
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    [FONT=Book Antiqua]"Excellence is a better teacher than mediocrity. The lessons of the ordinary are everywhere. Truly profound and original insights are to be found only in studying the exemplary." Warren Bennis[/FONT]

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    Default 20% discount...

    I forgot to mention: a 20% discount on all Red Star dvds, books, e-books, and t-shirts to attendees of this event!
    [FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=darkred][B]Sara Cheatham M.S., Sr. RKC, Z-Health Master Trainer [/B][/COLOR][/FONT]
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    [FONT=Book Antiqua]"Excellence is a better teacher than mediocrity. The lessons of the ordinary are everywhere. Truly profound and original insights are to be found only in studying the exemplary." Warren Bennis[/FONT]

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    Default How will Z-Health make your Kbs better? Read this

    For optimal accelerated results in decreasing pain, changing body composition, preventing injury, and enhancing performance for an athlete, a coach must first never underestimate the power of an individual’s nervous system. Neurology varies among and within individuals and therefore should be the primary focus of manipulation for physical modification. The Central Nervous System’s (CNS) top priority is an individual’s survival. This means of survival does not come without cost however. The Central Nervous System interprets and adapts to survival threats as compensations. These adaptations and compensations are the basis of Z-Health Principles: Proprioception, Efficiency, Arthrokenetic Reflex, SAID, and Wolf’s Law. The principles are interrelated, effecting individual structure and consequently function.

    Proprioception, the brain’s 3-D map for an individual, is enhanced or inhibited by past experiences of success or pain. Protection from pain is top priority for the nervous system. Consequently, the body responds to pain as a threat. Any and all threats are responded to equally (the CNS has no “threat gage”). The body also seeks the path of least resistance at any cost for mobilization. The path of least resistance becomes inherently interpreted as efficient movement, and because the “body always adapts to exactly what it does,” (Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demand Principle) the body will develop compensations. Pain and efficiency continually transform the proprioceptive map to develop SAID compensations.

    Compensations present as Wolf’s Law and the Arthrokenetic Reflex. The body lies down excessive tissues (indeterminate of threat) under lines of constant stress, Wolf’s Law defined, e.g. heel spurs due to repetitive heavy heel strikes. Due to constant heavy heel strike and the consequent jammed heel joint, the individual will shut down communication to the hamstring. This is defined as the Arthrokenetic Reflex: Jammed joints create weak muscles. Conversely, open mobile joints creates strong muscles.

    If an athlete continually works to re-wire the once painful interpretation as safe, through quality R-Phase drills, the adaptation will then produce a new SAID. Consequently the individual’s structure will follow the new safe function, resulting in effective efficient mobility.

    If you suffer from "Sensory Motor Amnesia," or moving poorly, but are unaware of it or how to fix the amnesia, check out the workshop this weekend.

    We only have four spots left, so sign-up NOW! through my blog: http://SaraCheathamsblog.blogspot.com or e-mail Patrick Jernigan: Patrick@nobleironfitness.com

    You'll walk away smarter and better prepared to face your 2010 strength goals, I guarantee it!
    [FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=darkred][B]Sara Cheatham M.S., Sr. RKC, Z-Health Master Trainer [/B][/COLOR][/FONT]
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    Default another spot taken...

    Sign-up NOW or miss out!
    Red Star Athletics: Strength by Sara
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    Default only two spots left..

    ...and three days until THE event! Don't get caught sleeping and miss out on this one!
    Sign-up NOW: Red Star Athletics: Strength by Sara
    [FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=darkred][B]Sara Cheatham M.S., Sr. RKC, Z-Health Master Trainer [/B][/COLOR][/FONT]
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    [FONT=Book Antiqua]"Excellence is a better teacher than mediocrity. The lessons of the ordinary are everywhere. Truly profound and original insights are to be found only in studying the exemplary." Warren Bennis[/FONT]

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    Default A taste of what to expect:

    What's neuroplasticity & what does it have to do with your training?
    What's the Motor Learning Theory and how can manipulating the Motor Learning Theory help you progress faster?
    What IS the safest, smartest way to train kettlebells?
    How can I incorporate what I learn on Monday morning?

    Want to know the answers to these questions and more???

    Find out on Sunday....register here:
    http://SaraCheathamsblog.blogspot.com via Paypal

    Have more questions? e-mail me: SaraCheatham@hotmail.com
    [FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=darkred][B]Sara Cheatham M.S., Sr. RKC, Z-Health Master Trainer [/B][/COLOR][/FONT]
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    Default

    Learn a bunch of cool new "stuff" to make you and your training smarter AND have fun too!
    See you on Sunday!

    Not registered yet? Go to: Red Star Athletics: Strength by Sara NOW before the last spots fill up!
    [FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=darkred][B]Sara Cheatham M.S., Sr. RKC, Z-Health Master Trainer [/B][/COLOR][/FONT]
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    [FONT=Book Antiqua]"Excellence is a better teacher than mediocrity. The lessons of the ordinary are everywhere. Truly profound and original insights are to be found only in studying the exemplary." Warren Bennis[/FONT]

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    Default ONLY TWO DAYS left!

    If you're still on the fence about this one, please feel free to e-mail me (SaraCheatham@hotmail.com) your questions & concerns, shoot me a message on Facebook (search Sara Cheatham), or even call or text me at 702-510-4604.

    See you swinging on Sunday!
    [FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=darkred][B]Sara Cheatham M.S., Sr. RKC, Z-Health Master Trainer [/B][/COLOR][/FONT]
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    [FONT=Book Antiqua]Facebook: Sara Cheatham[/FONT]
    [FONT=Book Antiqua]"Excellence is a better teacher than mediocrity. The lessons of the ordinary are everywhere. Truly profound and original insights are to be found only in studying the exemplary." Warren Bennis[/FONT]

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