Al Kavadlo 2014 Recap

As 2014 comes to an end, I find myself looking back and marveling at what a year it’s been!

This was the first full year of the Progressive Calisthenics Certification, which consisted of 9 different workshops in 6 different countries on 3 separate continents – over 200 people attended PCC this year!

Next year PCC is going to be even bigger! Check out the full schedule of all my upcoming workshops for more details.
I hope to see you at PCC in 2015!

This year saw the release of my latest book, Stretching Your Boundaries, which has maintained a spot in Amazon’s top 100 Exercise and Fitness Kindle downloads since it came out last January.

I’ve been featured in more media publications than ever before, from the Financial Times to Fitness RX and Men’s Health.

I’ve also continued working with Bodybuilding.com and TRAIN magazine, authoring dozens of articles between the two publications in 2014.

As big as this year has been, next year is going to be even bigger!

I just completed a new book for Dragon Door Publications entitled Zen Mind, Strong Body. Look for the ebook in January!

I’ll also be appearing in “Coach” Paul Wade’s highly anticipated book Explosive Calisthenics, the third installment in the Convict Conditioning series.

Also look for a redesign of this website to launch next year.

Thanks again to all my friends, fans and followers for your continued support and gratitude!

Check out this brand new handstand video!

7 thoughts on “Al Kavadlo 2014 Recap

  • By Anne Reuss -

    Hey Al! Congrats on a spicy 2014! I’d like to look into registering for the Chicago workshop, but I need to make things interesting :-)…I will need a sign language interpreter provided. Who would be the right person to talk to? Annnd…is there a place where we can read about what people are doing with their certifications? Would love some ideas on what I could do with a certification on the side!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Hey Anne – Thanks for the message! I recommend you contact Dragon Door support to inquire about arranging for an interpreter. As far as keeping up with the PCC community, Dragon Door posts lots of interviews with our certified instructors on their main site, plus there’s also the PCC blog: http://pccblog.dragondoor.com/?apid=4e8cb1ea167b0

  • By Jim Carmody -

    Al. Congratulations on doing so many fantastic things this year. I’ve read two of your books and my kids and I love your work. I llaughed when I asked what they were doing and they responded with “We’re working out!” I look forward to your 2015.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Right on, Jim! Thanks for the message! We’re Working Out!

  • By Wrynsky169 -

    Hey Al. I am interested in partaking in the Dragon Door PCC workshop in Dallas in May. I am very fit, and have been doing calisthenics for about a year. It transformed my body and my life, but here’s the thing. I’m only 14 years old. Is there an age restriction for attending the certification?
    Thank you!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      I think you need to be 18 to attend the PCC but we might be able to have you attend with signed parental consent. You should contact Dragon Door Support and ask them! 🙂

      • By Wrynsky169 -

        Great! My parents are a little bit hesitant though, as they don’t fully understand the significance of the certification as you or I do. They also doubt I will be allowed to go since I’m a minor. Do you have any advice for convincing them and helping them understand? I really want to go!! (Assuming they take written notes.)
        Thank you!

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