Robert Kajdi

M.Sc. in molecular biology (specialized in biochemistry) CrossFit Level-1 Trainer SFG-1 (StrongFirst Girya) Kettlebell Instructor My athletic journey is pretty messed up, started it with playing soccer at the age of 7, then turned my attention to weightlifting, track and field at the age 10-11, then had a 10-12 year long period of my life with just doing bodybuilding. After all I got bored of this hobby, and finally I found crossfit 3-4 years ago. Through crossfit I have found the love of kettlebell training, powerlifting, weightlifting and the joy of huge load back squats.


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