Christian Vila has been hand-picked by London- based Kettlebell gurus, Angie Dowds and Rob Partridge to join their team.

ADPF is expanding rapidly and their courses are gaining a big reputation in the industry as the ‘gold standard’. They have recently been asked by Fitness First, the biggest health chain in the world, to be their chosen kettlebell training provider.

This is an exciting time for Brighton Kettlebells and am very happy to have been picked!

About ADPF

ADPF was created by Angie Dowds and Rob Partridge, to deliver the best of functional training from the leading experts around the world.

At ADPF we design training systems based around, how the body is naturally designed to move, as one functional, efficient unit, and use training equipment like the Kettlebell to maximise training time and get results.

We extensively research the best forms of functional training, find the experts who use them, learn from them and bring them to the UK.

We are passionate about our training and get in the ‘trenches’ together everyday to stay in shape and become as proficient as possible with these functional training techniques. This is how we first decided to join forces and set up ADPF, we shared the same passion for training and a desire to educate other trainers and our clients.

We were two of the first trainers to be certified to teach Kettlebells in Europe and not only pioneered this form of training here but also have the most experience teaching and training with them. We are now delivering a Nationally accredited Kettlebell Instructor certification program and are dedicated to delivering the highest standard of training to other fitness professionals.

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