I was fortunate enough to be trained by Danny on a visit to New York in 2016.
I’ve long been an admirer of Danny’s work and message so I was excited to get this opportunity and boy did it deliver. The training wisdom shared has left me enjoying my workouts more than ever and I find that I’m approaching my own training through an altered lens. I’m seeing training more as a process and absorbing myself in just trying to get better, little by little, rather than trying to force progress, hitting the wall and stagnating.
The results are I’ve hit some recent personal best numbers without really feeling like I’ve trained hard for them (strange but true). I’m also enjoying the process of trying to refine moves and improve form more than being fixated on numbers. I’m in this for the long haul hopefully so what’s the rush?!
I am in debt to Danny for his insights.
I can't recommend the books of Danny and his brother Al enough. In a fitness world full of hype and misinformation they cut through the noise and deliver something special, real information that can deliver if you put the effort in.
I can't believe there aren't more reviews for the Kavadlo brothers. They are fantastic trainers. Danny has amazing people skills. He quickly hones in on what a person is all about and seems to know intrinsically how to connect with them and help them be successful with a movement. I loved, loved, loved working with Danny at the Encinitas PCC! Everyday was a challenging adventure and Danny celebrated every small advancement and success with each of us. Danny, you're the best and will influence my practice for the rest of my life!
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