I’ve said it many times before. There is no such thing as the “BEST” workout. Then, what’s with the title? Well, that’s really just to draw you in. And apparently it worked because you’re reading this!
I do have a point. Here it is: marketers are using words like “Best” to draw you in and make you believe that their workouts are better then everyone else out there. The truth is the best workout does not exist.
There is only a “better” workout.
Here’s my tip to you: when choosing your workout, try to choose something that’s more challenging then what you’re currently doing. Fitness is a work in progress. It’s a lifetime commitment.
You don’t do it for 3 months and then give up. You don’t stop after you’ve achieved your dream body. It’s forever. If you’re not ready to make that long term commitment, then forget about even purchasing a Kettlebell or training program.
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Now that I’ve got that out of my system, lets get into some program design. There is no best way to design a Kettlebell program. And the great thing about Kettlebells is that there are lots of different techniques you can use to design a workout.
You have pyramids, supersets, trisets, interval training, circuit training, rounds training, edt, lactic acid training, ladder training, wave loading, and hundreds of other twists of existing training methods.
So which one do you choose? Anyone. Just choose a training program, and gradually improve upon it. Keep up to date with the latest training techniques by grabbing the latest products put out by world class strength coaches.
Yeah. I’m basically telling you to buy eBooks online. Why? Well why not? It’s cheaper than getting a Kettlebell Coach. And it’s more effective because you can do the workouts at your own pace and time.
There’s no one watching. No one telling you that what you’re doing is wrong. Oh and by the if you ever come across anyone that states that they’re training program is better than what you’re doing right now….ignore them. For some really great Kettlebell workouts, I suggest picking up a copy of Kettlebell Revolution. Click here for more information