Kavadlo Brothers Workshops

Danny and I just returned from leading a Progressive Calisthenics Certification (PCC) workshop in St. Paul, MN.

It was an amazing event that involved groundbreaking personal achievements from every single person who attended!

The most exciting part?

We’re just getting started!

Danny and I have several additional workshops and certification opportunities scheduled for the months ahead:

If you’ve ever wanted to train with the Kavadlo Bros in person, this is your chance!

Click on the links below to register or find out additional information:

November 1-3, 2013 – PCC in Gothenburg, Sweden

November 16-17, 2013 – Kavadlo Bros 2-day Calisthenics Workshop in Pasadena, CA

January 18, 2014 – Kavadlo Bros 1-day Calisthenics Workshop in Randolph, NJ

February 21-23, 2014 – PCC in Melbourne, Australia

April 25-27, 2014 – PCC in St. Paul, MN

May 9-11, 2014 – PCC in Dundalk, Ireland

More 2014 workshop dates will be added soon!

8 thoughts on “Kavadlo Brothers Workshops

  • By Pacman -

    We need a workshop in Florida

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      I agree! It’s only a matter of time! 🙂

  • By galdio -

    Please come to Indonesia Al, you need to spread calisthenics “seeds” here 🙂

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Galdio! We hope to bring our training everywhere eventually!

  • By El Panda -

    Come to Paris ! A lot of people in France want to see you !

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks! We’d love to! Hopefully we’ll get to some time in the next few years.

  • By Erik -

    Al, what’s the word on the flexibility training book? I’ve been working on my cals since Convict Conditioning came out and my strength and skills have really improved since then, especially after discovering this website and your books. Raising the Bar and Pushing the Limits really opened things up for me. But as a former long-time powerlifter, I feel like my flexibility is one of my major hurdles.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Hey Eric – I’m glad you’ve found my books helpful! The new one is tentatively scheduled for a January 2014 release.

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