Why Kettlebell WORKOUTS Don’t Work…

Kettlebell WORKOUTS
I'm just going to come right out and say it… Kettlebell workouts suck.
Yeah, I said it.

I know, right – how is that possible?? 

Afterall, I'm the “Kettlebell Workouts” guy, right?

So what gives? What's going on???

Did I fall on my head while working on my jungle container home or something?
Not yet… 🙂

Here's the deal…

A workout with no context does nothing for you.

And that's why many, if not most, suck. 

It's also why I've NEVER a written a “101 Kettlebell Workouts” book or any nonsense like that.

I just don't believe in random workouts.

They're just random acts of variety. 

No plan to follow, no map or direction – so any outcome will do.

And for most people, the only desired result is to check the box in their planner that says “workout.”


But what about the RESULTS?

Can you look back over the last 3 months, 6 months, or a year and say definitively, “I've accomplished X,Y and Z.”?

If not, you're just doing workouts.

So how do you get off the “kettlebell workouts” merry-go-round?


You get yourself a plan.

And you FOLLOW it.

Regardless of how you “feel” on any particular day. (Read that sentence again, please)

Don't confuse your feelings with facts.

The two aren't always the same.

And many times, they're not.

Here's how to tell whether you're REALLY doing a program or just doing workouts…

Workouts v. Programs
Workouts are based on “feel.”
Programs are based on progression.
Workouts have no long term goal or purpose.
Programs have a long term goal and purpose.
Workouts give you immediate gratification of being hard or “killer”.
Programs may have light or easy training sessions in them to help spur the “results getting” process.
Workouts are laden with “variety” so you don't get bored.
Programs are built around your goal and usually find the simplest solution is the best, which more often than not means less variety, rather than more. 
Workouts leave you feeling “worked out” 9 times out of 10.
Programs don't care how you feel when you're done – their purpose is to help you achieve your goal by the simplest and quickest means/methods necessary. (If they're well designed.)

By now you know which category you fall into.

The question is, do you want to get MEASURABLE RESULTS?

If not, then by all means, keeping on doing your kettlebell workouts.

However, if you're looking for a change – and actually seeing change is the change you're looking for – grab your copy of “Kettlebell Express!” and get over 49 professionally designed Kettlebell PROGRAMS.

You can check out Kettlebell Express HERE.

There are so many programs in here, the results will keep you entertained and free from boredom for the next 6 years.

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