About: Taco Fleur

Taco Fleur has travelled and lived all over the world, Netherlands, Spain, Australia, Vietnam, Thailand and now back in Spain where he organises amazing fitness getaways with fitness guru's like world champion kettlebell lifting Valerie Pawlowski, world renowned kettlebell guru Steve Cotter, the one and only Mace expert Rik Brown and many other people, catering to tourists and personal trainers. Taco is also the owner of the highly popular online magazine, youtube channel and fitness community, Cavemantraining. He's certified with IKFF CKT Level 1, Kettlebell Training Level 1 & 2, MMA Fitness Level 1 & 2, MMA Conditioning 1, Punch, Plyometrics, Kettlebell Science and Application and CrossFit Level 1 Trainer. In the past he has setup, owned and managed three functional fitness gyms, but his efforts are now focused on his online magazine, online kettlebell training courses, local training on the Costa del Sol and his books on Amazon. You can find Taco on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, web and Youtube, his books can be found here, his online kettlebell courses here and a cool video of Taco in action can be found here.

Articles By Taco Fleur

Physical Education or Physical Exercise? Are Our Children Learning?
Feb14

Physical Education or Physical Exercise? Are Our Children Learning?

When it comes to physical education, as a parent myself, I’m interested in what our children are being taught in school. Staying physically and mentally healthy should be treated as a priority, but in general, it’s not. This article will delve into the depths of where not many dare to go, or simply aren’t. I’m going to provide facts and links to studies as to why physical education is important, what the...

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